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Prices start in the upper $300k range, with some of our custom homes selling for $900k.

 

Our homes can be big or small!  They range in size from 1,800 square feet to over 5,000 square feet.  Lot sizes start at 41’ to well over 72′ in width.

 

As of December of 2017, Tucker Hill had over 241 completed homes.

At build-out, Tucker Hill will see the completion of approximately 625 housing units built on approximately 300 acres.

Yes, there are other developments, but not in Texas.  Tucker Hill has a sister – Westhaven, located in Franklin, Tennessee.  As one of the largest traditional neighborhood developments (TND) in the Southeast, this SLC community is located several miles west of historic downtown Franklin.  Visit Westhaven online at www.westhaventn.com.

Currently, there are no other SLC developments like Tucker Hill in the DFW Metroplex.

For information about other Southern Land Company mixed-use and single-family developments, please visit the Southern Land Company web site.

Even though Tucker Hill is built within McKinney’s city limits, it resides within the Prosper Independent School District.  Learn more about PISD here.

Tucker Hill residents don’t have to go far for some of the best shopping and dining in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex!

  • Historic Downtown McKinney (only 10 minutes from Tucker Hill) offers not only the traditional downtown square with one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants, but this area is also home-base for many of McKinney’s annual events including Bike the Bricks, Scare on the Square, and Home for the Holidays.
  • But perhaps one of McKinney’s most interesting shopping experiences for antiquing and craft enthusiasts is Third Monday Trade Days, which actually occurs on the third weekend of each month and features many of the same vendors that participate in another Texas favorite, First Monday Trade Days in Canton, Texas.

The basic necessities are also within a 5-minute drive from Tucker Hill including everything from a Super Walmart at Hwy. 380 and Custer, a Tom Thumb Grocery on Stonebridge Parkway, a Market Street grocers at Ridge and Eldorado, a Sprouts Farmers Market at Custer and Virginia, and lots of big box stores such as Target, Lowes, and Home Depot, along with fast food choices around Hwy. 380 and Hwy. 75 (Central Expressway).  Coming soon is a new Cinemark Theatre, Hobby Lobby, Marshals and Costco near Hwy. 380 and Hardin.

Want to know more? Check out the McKinney Convention and Visitors Bureau website!

Tucker Hill is fortunate to be only minutes away from several state-of-the-art healthcare facilities, including Baylor’s Medical Center at McKinney, located at Hwy. 380 and Lake Forest Drive.  The brand new facility features a 95-bed, full-service hospital and surrounding medical office campus dedicated to serving the more than 133,000 residents in McKinney and surrounding communities.

Just south of our community at Stonebridge and Eldorado Parkway, lies another new facility, Methodist McKinney Hospital, which offers concierge medical care in a modern neighborhood setting.  Their emergency department offers quick care for all of your bumps, sprains,and minor injuries 365 days a year, 7 days a week.

And finally, two more large hospital systems, Medical Center of McKinney and Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Allen are both within a 15-minute drive of Tucker Hill.

Here are the latest rates for taxes for those living in Tucker Hill.  Please confirm by referring to specific governmental entities. 

0.573000              City of McKinney Taxes

0.208395              Collin County

0.081222              Collin County Community College Taxes

1.670000              Prosper Independent School District Taxes

2.532617              Approximate Annual Taxes per $100

 

8.25%                    Sales Tax

 

Unlike several surrounding communities, Tucker Hill is not located within any Municipal Utility District (MUD), Public Utility District (PUD), Special Utility District (SUD), or Public Improvement District (PID).

Once you’ve decided to move into Tucker Hill, it’s time to figure out who to call to set up all those utility services like electricity, gas, cable, telephone, etc.  We suggest starting with this page on the City of McKinney’s website that can help new residents navigate through all these details. 

For those interested in knowing about the Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions for Tucker Hill, our governing documents can be viewed here

A new traffic light has been installed at our main entrance at Hwy. 380 & Tremont and a new de-acceleration lane is now also available to allow for traffic to slow before turning into our main entrance.

Our master builder partners incorporate high-end telecommunications packages into their standard features.  This is coupled with access to a resident-only website maintained by our property management team.  Fiber-optic home technology and intranet creates seamless communication with the world at large, and with the neighborhood community.

Besides our historically reminiscent architecture which sets apart Tucker Hill, there is also a mixture of street designs that feature rear, front, detached or side-entry garages.  Our community attracts both young families and retirees and plans resident-only activities to appeal to this wide variety of ages.  And finally, with a strong horticulture and floriculture focus, Tucker Hill is full of seasonal color throughout the year.

In addition, Tucker Hill is being developed as a “Traditional Neighborhood Development.”  Although coined by the real estate development community, the term “Traditional Neighborhood Development” (or TND) is quite simple.  This development philosophy was embraced as the norm in the country prior to World War II, and has since made a resurgence in growing markets around the United States.  Today’s TND focuses on authentic, period architecture, especially what was once common to the area, and not mass-produced/streamlined building.

These developments offer diverse housing styles and prices that include features such as buildings that are closer to the street, front porches and window boxes.  Narrower streets are lined with a canopy of shade trees and boast a network of sidewalks that beckon people to leave their cars parked and instead, take a stroll.  Hike and bike trails traverse the community and open spaces, parks and a main public square serve as gathering points for residents.  There’s a balance of public and private space, with green or natural space given a high priority in the neighborhood’s overall design.

See these websites for more information on the concept of TNDs and New Urbanism:

http://www.newurbanism.org/

http://www.notsobighouse.com/urbanism.asp

 

Tucker Hill’s architectural styles are actually a mix of styles and sizes within each block, as you might find a quaint Tudor next door to an elegant Victorian.  Of course, we make sure that they complement each other and play nicely on the same street, ensuring that you don’t see the same house repeated throughout the community.

We also strive to incorporate front porches into each housing design, not only for that nostalgic appeal, but also to encourage interaction between neighbors.

 

The very fact that we have a horticulture standard is another reason we are set apart.  People notice how different Tucker Hill’s new homes look from other master-planned communities. At first they think it’s all about the flowers. But it is an interwoven experience that is about more than meets the eye, including:

  • A variety of hedges, maintained at a mature size, with no gaps between shrubs
  • An interesting mix of retaining walls, in diverse materials
  • Courtyard gardens; residents transform their side yards into gloriously private havens surrounded by an array of wall materials, from wood to pierced brick
  • Unique landscaping materials used along sidewalks and around public buildings, such as wooden arbors or fences of pierced brick or wrought iron
  • A mix of annuals and perennials throughout the neighborhood, so there is never a lack of color, even in winter
  • Preservation of as many mature trees as possible

Our Horticulture Team is devoted entirely to maintaining the beauty of Tucker Hill greenery found at our entrances, parks, and green spaces.  And, as the seasons change, we bring in gardening experts that offer tips to residents and the general public through planned seminars.

Construction began in 2007 but slowed shortly thereafter due to the economic downturn.  However, Tucker Hill continues to thrive as we are currently offering final opportunities in Phase 3.  Approximately 118 lots in Phase 4 were released in late 2017.  It is estimated that there will be at least 3 to 4 more phases offered before Tucker Hill is completed. 

The name “Tucker Hill” was inspired by the name of the man who originally secured the area’s 317 acres from Peters Colony — Henry Tucker.  The  inclusion of the numbers “317” in our logo are a reminder of these original 317 acres.