Cambridge Place

The Cambridge Place neighborhood sits on one of Southlake’s most desirable locations, just north of Continental Boulevard and east of S. Carroll, and only a short distance from Southlake Town Center. The residents of these high-end custom houses may be found taking leisure walks around the neighborhood lake and through the greenbelt to the nearby park and playground.

Cambridge Place is a small oasis of richness and grandeur in the heart of the busy DFW metropolis. Southlake, Texas is home to some of the state’s wealthiest residents, and this residential area is no exception. This means that the houses now on the market in Cambridge Place are perfect for your loved ones. You should provide your hard-earned money’s worth to your children by giving them the best possible home, and that’s what Cambridge Place is about.

Up to five bedrooms and four total baths are available in the modern mansions that make up the current Cambridge Place real estate offerings. In terms of square footage, these massive properties are comparable to detached single-family homes that are about 5,500 square feet. Properties for sale in Cambridge Place can be found in a wide variety of styles, from classical and colonial to modern and European, or even a hybrid of these.

Southlake has among of the greatest independent school districts (ISDs) in Texas and the United States, so relocating your family here won’t be a problem if you need to switch schools. Cambridge Place is served by a number of independent school districts, including Colleyville, Carroll, Keller, and Northwest. Museums, zoos, and other educational venues supplement these establishments; your kid can learn something from every experience.

Family and property security should always be prioritized. Due to its low crime rate and generally tranquil atmosphere, this area comes highly recommended. When you factor in the tranquility afforded by the subdivision’s abundant vegetation, you’ve got a place your family will love.

Some of the buildings in Cambridge Place have “old world” brick or stone exteriors, although the neighborhood is home to a wide range of architectural styles. Almost every house in the area has a study, media room, or game room. Some of the houses have garages large enough to fit four cars. The 100-acre community is home to about 140 residences, most of which were constructed between 1998 and 2003 and offer between 3,500 and 6,500 square feet of living space. Lot sizes average between a third and a half an acre.

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