LGI Homes Expands DFW Footprint with Two New Communities

Courtesy LGI Homes

LGI Homes has announced the opening of two new communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth market, Shadowbend and Big Sky Estates.

“In a time of robust demand for homeownership in the Dallas-Fort Worth market, we are proud to expand the LGI Homes footprint,” states Lucas Lansman, division president at LGI Homes. “Home buyers in Anna and in Denton County will enjoy incredible new homes built by a home builder they trust.”

LGI Homes began its recent expansion with the opening of Shadowbend in Anna. Located north of McKinney, Shadowbend offers residents the opportunity to own a new-construction home with access to amenities, including a swimming pool, a children’s playground, a soccer field, open green space, and fiber internet access.

The builder is offering a lineup of seven floor plans in this community that range in size from 1,620 to 2,700 square feet. A full suite of stainless steel kitchen appliances, granite countertops, oversized wood cabinetry with crown molding, 2-inch faux-wood blinds on all operable windows, and professionally landscaped front yards are just a few of the upgrades found in this community. Homes at Shadowbend start in the low $300,000s.

Located just west of Denton is the master-planned community Big Sky Estates. LGI Homes is constructing five of their legacy floor plans in this neighborhood, ranging in size from 1,316 square feet with three bedrooms, to just over 2,500 square feet with five bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. Every new home will include a full suite of energy-efficient kitchen appliances, granite countertops, designer wood cabinetry, luxury vinyl-plank flooring, and fiber internet access.

Inside this community, homeowners will enjoy a splash pad, a soccer field, a children’s playground, picnic space, and a dog park. Conveniently located just off Highway 380 in Denton County, Big Sky Estates places residents just minutes from major employers, local schools, and everyday conveniences. Homes in this community start in the mid-$200,000s.

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