Tara homes are also very affordable as compared to the newer and larger homes we’re seeing today. Tara was developed before the real estate boom really hit and land prices skyrocketed in Lucas. back then, around 2005 and 2006, builders could afford to build a 3,000 sf home on these big lots and make money, but those days are over.
The homeowner restrictions in Tara aren’t nearly as strict as the newer developments either. You can build a metal barn and many different types of fencing are allowed. Fencing that wouldn’t be allowed in the newer developments. Horses are welcome too and many of the new subdivisions will not allow them.
You really feel like you’re out in the country a little, but surprisingly, Tara is only 7-8 minutes from all the retail at SH75 and Stacy Road. Nights are still dark with Lake Lavon just to the east so you can look up and see the stars.
And finally, there are lots of kids in Tara. I know because I drive by as Hart Elementary is letting out and can see all the kids crossing the street into the development. Tara is just a great place to raise a family.
3 million SF of Shopping, entertainment, and Dining only 7-9 minutes from Tara
Lovejoy ISD, one of Texas’ finest school districts