Heritage Ranch Overview
Heritage Ranch in Fairview, Texas is a 50+ active adult community located in the Town of Fairview, northeast of Dallas. Its 1,144 homes are situated on a 575-acre country setting, surrounded by rolling terrain, wooded areas, creek beds and scenic ponds, and featuring an 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course designed by Arthur Hills.
Developed in 2000, Heritage Ranch is just five minutes east of Highway 75 on Stacy Road. It is convenient to the Village at Fairview, a mixed use center featuring dining, shopping and entertainment also close to major medical facilities and regional cultural centers.
Heritage Ranch Amenities
The center of this gated community is the 24,000 square-foot clubhouse which offers continuous activity for residents. The ballroom, billiards and card room, arts and crafts room, and a library with reading and A/V materials and computers allow for studies, relaxation, and socializing. A well-equipped fitness center and an indoor lap pool offer a variety of exercise options.
Outdoor amenities include 4 lighted tennis courts, horseshoe and bocce ball courts, an outdoor pool and 3.8 miles of hike and bike trails through the woods and around lakes, skirting the greens and fairways of the golf course. Offering several tee placements, the Heritage Ranch golf course can be enjoyed by golfers of all ages and skills can be practiced on a wide driving range, putting green, chipping area and sand trap. A professionally-staffed golf shop enhance the golf experience for residents and guests.
The Corral Grill restaurant and lounge is a favorite spot for lunch and dinner, with an extensive menu for all occasions. The Corral Grill hosts special events such as Sunday brunch, formal dining, buffets, and prime rib specials and offers take-out service. It is also available for private party or club events. For more casual gatherings, the Outpost is the spot for the golf and tennis crowd, as well as for neighborhood socials and special events.
Heritage Ranch Homes & Real Estate
Construction at Heritage Ranch in Fairview, Texas started in 2000 and ended in 2007. Homes are available on a resale basis. This community is made up of 1,144 single-family homes and attached villas available in 21 different floor plans, built by K. Hovanian, Lennar and US Homes, and ranging in size from 1,307 to 3,357 square feet. Homes typically feature two to four bedrooms, two to three bathrooms and a two to three-car garage.
Most houses at Heritage Ranch feature outdoor patios on the back of the home, which quickly become the meeting place for neighbors. Other options available on certain homes are three car garages, wide doorways, granite countertops, and golf cart garages.
Heritage Ranch homes for sale start at moderate prices, but there are also more expensive homes that feature added luxuries such as upgraded finishes and golf course lots. Association dues are reasonable and include yard maintenance for the villas, and there is a required monthly food and beverage minimum per lot.
Heritage Ranch Lifestyle
Residents at Heritage Ranch enjoy an active and entertaining lifestyle. The wide variety of clubs and groups including chorale, theater guild, book reviews, art classes, yoga, Zumba, water aerobics, bridge, and much more. There are a variety of social groups and activities that cater to the many interests of the residents. A full-time activity director is on staff for classes, workshops, trips and other activities. Heritage Ranch is a perfect place to live, and a perfect place to play.
Fairview, Texas is a town in Collin County and a suburb of Dallas, located in the Northeast portion of the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. While Fairview maintains a rural style atmosphere, it offers plenty of shopping and dining and entertainment. Shopping includes major retailers Macy's, J.C. Penney and Dillard's as well as many specialty stores. Dining options range from fine dining to burger and fries on the patio while entertainment can be found in the form of Splitsville Bowling, Ipic Theater and Down Under Pub.
Dallas itself has too many exciting destinations to list. Among the best shopping, restaurants and nightlife, it also has many free attractions. Some of the most noteworthy are the Art Garden, Dallas Central Library, African American Museum, Farmers Branch Historical Park, Dallas Symphony summer concerts, and Fountain Place just to name a few. It is easy to see why retirees and active adults are migrating to this desirable community in North Texas.