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Luxury Master-Planned Community in Waxahachie, TX

Coming 2023. Starting in the $400s.

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Come Discover Myrtle Creek

Myrtle Creek is a new luxury master-planned community located in Waxahachie, TX. It is a 1,263-acre community that will have 2,500 residential units at completion, including single-family homes, 24 acres of multifamily and 8 acres of duplexes. Home sites will range from 60 ft lots to 80 ft lots.

Residents of Myrtle Creek will enjoy several high-end neighborhood amenities, including a lazy river, outdoor gathering spaces, playgrounds, an amenity center, and parks and trails.

Myrtle Creek is zoned to the award-winning Waxahachie ISD, one of the best in the Dallas metroplex.

With eight different builders and several different floorplans, you can build your dream home in Myrtle Creek.

Waxahachie ISD

The Waxahachie Independent School District is a highly-rated public school district. It was founded in 1884 and has a rich tradition of excellence in education. Waxahachie ISD is a fast-growing district with nearly 11,000 students and more than 1,600 employees. It has 16 total campuses: nine elementary school campuses, three junior high campuses, two high school campuses, one pre-kindergarten academy, and one alternative-learning campus.

WISD’s fine arts programs are state recognized in visual arts, band, choir, dance and theatre arts. The district is also a consistent award winner and has a NAMM Foundation Best Communications for Music Education designation, one of only 376 districts to receive the prestigious award.

Waxahachie ISD offers many unique educational opportunities, including two-way dual language program, STEAM elementary academy, biomedical elementary academy, and STEM/early college high school. Waxahachie Independent School District is ranked the #1 best school district in Ellis County.

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LIVE IN TEXAS.

Explore the Neighborhood

Waxahachie is a suburb of DFW located 30 miles south of Dallas and 40 miles east of Fort Worth. Waxahachie is known for its historic architecture, art galleries, and natural areas.

Waxahachie’s Historic Downtown District is home to many antique shops, boutique clothing stores, unique restaurants, and beautiful 19th century architecture. Waxahachie residents will also enjoy the Downtown Farmers Market that runs May through October.

The Ellis County Museum is located on the southeastern side of the downtown square and showcases a variety of exhibits outlining the county’s history and heritage. Some exhibits include legacies of mammoths, buffalo that roamed the Blackland Prairies, and the founding of Ellis County.

You will find some of the best fishing in North Texas at Lake Waxahachie. It is a scenic recreational lake where fishers can find catfish, largemouth bass, white bass, and crapple.

The Waxahachie Creek Hike & Bike Trail is a four-mile jogging and biking trail that runs along the creek and through the scenic woods. The trail begins in Getzendaner Park and ends in Lions Park on the south side of town.

The Sims Library is one of the first public libraries in Texas. Explore the library’s collection of historic and contemporary books and the neoclassical style of architecture.

ALL THE REASONS
YOU CHOOSE TO
LIVE IN TEXAS.

Explore the Neighborhood

Waxahachie is a suburb of DFW located 30 miles south of Dallas and 40 miles east of Fort Worth. Waxahachie is known for its historic architecture, art galleries, and natural areas.

Waxahachie’s Historic Downtown District is home to many antique shops, boutique clothing stores, unique restaurants, and beautiful 19th century architecture. Waxahachie residents will also enjoy the Downtown Farmers Market that runs May through October.

The Ellis County Museum is located on the southeastern side of the downtown square and showcases a variety of exhibits outlining the county’s history and heritage. Some exhibits include legacies of mammoths, buffalo that roamed the Blackland Prairies, and the founding of Ellis County.

You will find some of the best fishing in North Texas at Lake Waxahachie. It is a scenic recreational lake where fishers can find catfish, largemouth bass, white bass, and crapple.

The Waxahachie Creek Hike & Bike Trail is a four-mile jogging and biking trail that runs along the creek and through the scenic woods. The trail begins in Getzendaner Park and ends in Lions Park on the south side of town.

The Sims Library is one of the first public libraries in Texas. Explore the library’s collection of historic and contemporary books and the neoclassical style of architecture.

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Myrtle Creek is conveniently located about 30 miles south of Dallas and 40 miles east of Fort Worth. It is located in Ellis County of off US Highway 287 in Waxahachie.
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