The Oaks of Argyle Real Estate

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    AN IDEAL SETTING
    The Oaks is located at the east end of Cook Street, east of SH 377, in the Town of Argyle, Texas. The neighborhood is in a beautifully wooded area planned with eight acres of open space, including walking trails, creeks, and natural play structures, and 107 residential lots.

    CUSTOM BUILDERS
    Homebuilders are chosen for their commitment to quality construction and timeless architectural designs. Homebuyers will find the neighborhood a breath of fresh air with multiple builders from which to choose, each of whom offers designs that complement one another and embrace the concept for The Oaks as a whole.

    TREE PRESERVATION
    The Oaks is heavily wooded with post oak trees. The developer’s intent is to save as many trees as possible. In most cases, the developer will limit disturbance to the right-of-way and utility easement, leaving the lots in their native form. The homebuilders may remove trees from the footprint of the main structure and the driveway without penalty. Any other trees removed from the lot will be mitigated according to the Town of Argyle’s mitigation policy.

    OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY
    The Town of Argyle represents the best of all worlds for a new family wanting to live in DFW. Argyle is the perfect combination of a small town feel and close proximity to major urban areas. Great schools, great neighborhoods, and a convenient commute are just a few examples of why families choose Argyle as home.

    NATURAL BEAUTY
    With almost eight acres of open space connecting homes to walking trails, parks, and natural features, The Oaks will enhance the appeal and livability of the countryside, while preserving the natural surroundings. Crushed limestone paths will meander through seasonal creeks, post oaks, prairie grasses, and natural play structures.

    STREETSCAPES
    At The Oaks, residents will enjoy walking through their neighborhood. Antique lampposts, cast iron mail boxes, and shaded sidewalks are pleasing when new and get better with age. Native post oak trees combined with tasteful architecture and lush landscaping will evoke the charm of a classic neighborhood.