Custom Toll Brothers Home Builder, Building in Frisco Texas

June 25, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Toll Brothers, an award-winning Fortune 500 company, they have been perfecting their unwavering commitment to quality and customer service in the homebuilding industry for over half a century.

They are now constructing quality homes with superior designs to create dream homes in over 50 markets in 20 states as they continue to expand. Toll Brothers is a nationwide builder and is publicly owned. They have been ranked as the #1 Home Builder Worldwide for Fortune magazine three times in a row. One of the most desired areas to move is Frisco Texas. Toll Brothers is building in multiple neighborhoods in Collin County. Their price ranges are from the high $300's to the millions.

They are currently building in these neighborhoods in Frisco. Lexington Country subdivision which is located near Coit and Eldorado which is north Frisco. Price ranges in this neighborhood range from $600,000 to $1,100,000. Frisco Phillips Creek Ranch is also another desired area which is also in Denton County, which makes property taxes slightly cheaper then Frisco. This neighborhood is located near Teel and Stonebroke which is the North East side of Frisco. It's roughly 8 mins to the Dallas Cowboys training camp. With recent retail development, it has made it so a wonderful place to take the kids for a stroll in the area. With plenty of restaurants to eat at, it makes it one of the most popular areas in Frisco Texas.

Toll Brothers’ primary focus is to build new luxury homes, and develop master planned communities, golf courses, and affluent suburban neighborhoods in major metro markets across the country. Toll Brothers was also recently honored as national Builder of the Year by BUILDER magazine and has earned the title of national Builder of the Year by Professional Builder magazine.Those who are interested in seeing homes built by Toll Brothers, please visit www.builderhotspots.com for a list of all the neighborhoods they are building in.

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For more information about Builder Hot Spots, contact the company here:

Builder Hot Spots
Builder Hot Spots
972-515-2111
info@builderhotspots.com
6860 Dallas Pkwy Ste 291

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