Price Range: $599,990 - $704,990
Sqft Range: 3,120 - 4,723 ft2
Beds Range: 4 - 5
Baths Range: 4 - 5
Community Details for Star Trail by Coventry Homes
Coventry Homes is expanding into the bustling Prosper, TX area with an all new series of designer homes available in Star Trail.At completion, the 900 acre master-planned community will feature approximately 1800 homes in a convenient location just two minutes north of Highway 380 on the west side of the Dallas North Tollway at Prosper Trail.The community greets residents with extravagant water features and dramatic entryway landscaping. Over 53 acres of parks and trails are located throughout the community, the most significant of which will be a 31 acre Community Park along StarTrail’s southern boundary.Homeowners and guests enjoy StarTrail’s 5 acre Community Center including a 6000 square foot club house with both indoor and outdoor entertainment areas. The outdoor lounge includes a large fireplace, sitting area and a large television for outdoor enjoyment year round.Inside the fully furnished club house, homeowners also enjoy a party facility perfect for family reunions, birthday parties and any year round celebration! The doors to the club house open to a large event lawn and swimming/sunning area including a sunning pool, a leisure pool and a children’s pool. The pool area also features two party pavilions complete with grills and picnic tables for birthday parties or neighborhood gatherings.With over 8 miles of trails for hiking and biking, residents can also spend some quality exercise time on either of two community tennis courts, a creative playground area featuring separate equipment for younger tots and those aged 5 to 12 years, or a new neighborhood park complete with a picnic pavilion, playground, half basketball court and ball fields.The community is served by the well-regarded Prosper ISD and has a dedicated site for a future Prosper Elementary School. Known as one of the best districts in Texas, Prosper ISD received the highest ranking of Met Standard from the Texas Education Authority in 2016.