Fairview, TX Real Estate, Fairview Area and Community Information

History

The first people who settled near what is now the Fairview real estate market included a group of Caddo Indians who settled in the area at least 550 years ago. They are known for establishing thriving farms and trading networks that were visited by the famous French explorer Robert de La Salle in 1687.

The first known American settlers arrived in the Fairview real estate market in the 1850s. One of these settlers, a Pennsylvania native named Henry Wetsel, established one of the first Fairview TX homes near what is now Stacy Road.

Fairview remained an isolated community until the late 1960s when Plano-area residents discovered the value of Fairview's safe neighborhoods and transportation options. Fairview's population continued to grow during the 1970s and 1980s after McKinney-area residents discovered the value of Fairview homes located near Texas State Route 5 and South McDonald Street.

Fairview homes for sale are now located in a small Plano-area community that offers home buyers low tax rates, friendly neighborhoods and fast access to Plano's most popular attractions. These benefits make Fairview properties a fantastic value for anyone who relocates to the greater Plano area.

For more details about the history of real estate in Fairview, please read this online article written by the Fairview Town Council.

Parks and Recreation

The Fairview Parks and Recreation Department operates a community center,five parks and several picnic pavilions that are conveniently located near Fairview City Hall. These facilities offer Fairview home buyers access to athletic fields, playgrounds and other recreational facilities that are open to all Fairview residents.

Other Fairview recreational facilities include Heritage Ranch golf course and the Roadrunner jogging trail. These Fairview recreational facilities are located near many high-quality homes for sale in Fairview that overlook Sloan Creek.

Moreover, the McKinney Family YMCA offers several recreational activities that are open to all Fairview residents. Some of these activities include group exercise classes, many youth development activities and more than 25 recreational sports programs. 

Attractions 

Fairview real estate agents are located near many interesting attractions attractions that are open to all Fairview residents. Some of the most popular attractions include Southfork Ranch, the Dr.Pepper Museum, the Fort Worth Zoo and the Courtyard Theater. Other popular Fairview-area attractions include the Firefly Stage and the Plano Convention Center.

Events

Many fun events take place near high-quality Fairview homes for sale. Some of these events include the Antique Alley Mega Antique Sale, the Allen Fall Fest and the Plano International Festival. Fairview home buyers can find details about other Fairview-area events by visiting the event websites that are maintained by the Plano Convention & Visitors Bureau and the McKinney City Council.
George James
George James
Sales Executive