200 Highwood Trl, Castle Hills Master Planned Community | iSmart Realty

August 15, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Built in 2016, the modern, pristine American Legend Home shows better than a model and is immaculate. This single-family brick home is two stories with eleven rooms. The house has four bedrooms and three and a half baths plus two living areas and two dining areas. Totaling 3,165 square feet, this listing is spacious and elegant.

The interior boasts a bright and open kitchen, ideal for entertaining. The chef-inspired kitchen features upgraded gray quartz countertop which contrasts well with the white cabinets and gray wood-like tile throughout. The two-story living room has soaring ceilings with an upgraded tile fireplace from ceiling to floor. In the upstairs, there is a media room and a game room. Also, the home has a covered patio and an oversized three-car garage, which provides plenty of parking and storage space. The garage measures twenty feet long by thirty feet wide.

The real estate listing is located in the delightful Castle Hills neighborhood and is within walking distance of the community pool, clubhouse, and playground. The neighborhood Home Owner's Association requires an $810 association fee to be paid annually.

200 Highwood Trail is situated close to a variety of shopping, restaurant, theater, grocery, and health club establishments. The listing is located in the Lewisville Independent School District. Nearby schools include The Colony High School, Killian Middle School, and Tom Hicks Elementary School. The future homeowner will have easy access to Highway 121 and the Dallas North Tollway.

iSmart Realty looks forward to connecting the right homebuyer with this wonderful property. The realty team is eager to answer any questions interested parties may have about the listing. With over twenty years of local industry experience, they are highly qualified to help and educate people so that they can find the perfect home for sale in Dallas, TX.

iSmart Realty assists home buyers and sellers in the Plano and Dallas Texas area. The iSmart realtors are Dallas Fort Worth natives who have observed the area grow throughout the years. For years, they have been personally involved with remodeling homes and selling investment properties. They utilize their skills and market knowledge to help people discover a home that suits their lifestyle. By providing relevant information and new about the Dallas real estate market, iSmart Realty equips clients with the resources needed to make a smart real estate decision.

For more information about the listing at 200 Highwood Trail The Colony, TX 75056, visit the listing page on iSmart Realty at www.ismartrealty.com/properties/ntreis/mls-14140106-200_highwood_trail_the_colony_tx_75056. iSmart Realty staff can be contacted by phone at 1 (214) 469-9990.

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