Prosper: Where rapid growth doesn’t diminish the charm of a small town

There are so many great places to live in Dallas that it helps to have an expert by your side. The Neighborhood Guide brought to you by Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty gives you privileged access to the agents who live and work there, providing up-to-date information on your potential new community.

Real estate agent Sierra Tellez has discovered that many of its out-of-state buyers were initially keen on living in Frisco or Plano, but there is one well-kept secret they are not yet aware of.

“They don’t know that Prosper is just a little further north, which still feels like a small town but is growing rapidly and has amazing schools,” she said. “The region has kept intact all its charming traditions, such as the reunion parade. Each community does a remarkable job of hosting social events that bring everyone together.

Introducing clients to less familiar areas in and around Dallas is one of Sierra’s favorite aspects as a real estate agent, and she thrives on finding the right community for her buyers.

This passion, coupled with her experience as a financial advisor and wealth management partner at the highly respected Merrill and Morgan Stanley companies, gives Sierra a comprehensive skill set.

Sierra gifted some of her personal favorites from life to Prosper. Here is his guide to the region:

Where to eat and drink
Sierra likes to hang out Gin and EJ Wills Gastro Pub, more Silos Park for its rotating list of delicious food trucks.

Where to play
You can find a bit of the Caribbean at Prosper at Windsong Ranch Lagoon, which is five acres of white sand beaches and turquoise blue tropical water that supports paddleboarding and kayaking.

Sports fields are full of Border park, which also houses a playground, a pond with release, a paddling pool and hiking and cycling trails.

Or live
Since Prosper contains mostly new build homes, styles range from traditional to contemporary.

Sierra Tellez works and plays in Prosper. For more information on buying and selling a home in the area, click here, email [email protected] or call 214-205-3011.

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