“Neighborhood regret” is a real thing experienced by more than one-third of recent homebuyers, according to a recent study from Trulia. Here are 4 ways can avoid wishing they had chosen a different neighborhood.
We love being part of Frisco, Money’s No. 1 Best Place to Live in the U.S. From the PGA to incredible new entertainment attractions, so many exciting things have been happening in Frisco lately, we’ve made a list of 5 awesome announcements you may have missed.
With our parks and trails, Hollyhock is heaven for dogs and their people. In hot months, however, you’ll want to make sure your best friend stays safe and healthy. Here are some common-sense tips from the ASCPA.
Lifestyle events such as Mixology course for the parents and family-friendly get-togethers for the kids convinced the March family to relocate within Frisco, choosing Hollyhock above all other options.
Hollyhock's first Fitness Boot Camp is the latest activity to help residents burn fat, build endurance and generally feel great. And that's just the tip of the boot when it comes to healthy living here.
As you plan your new home, one of the most important decisions is selecting the floor plan. The arrangement of rooms, the flow from one room to another and the use of space help determine the feel of your new home.
At 400 acres, Hollyhock is far from the biggest new community in Frisco and the Metroplex. But we think it’s the best, especially if you’re looking for a new home that combines a friendly small-town feeling with big-city sophistication.
When they drive across the Teel Road Bridge, the iconic new gateway to Hollyhock, residents of this highly desirable Frisco community have an enviably easy commute in store, whether they’re headed out to work, dine, shop or play.
You know what they say…"one man's treasure is another one's, well, old tennis racket." And when better to avail oneself of their less-than-loved treasures than a big move. Here's where to set up shop...
There's a pair of shoes flurried with dust bunnies in the back of your closet, a spotless set of clubs you bought to impress your boss on the back nine in the garage, and a stack of last year's Fast Company issues on your coffee table.