We’ve sold 15 homes in Thompson Springs and it’s easy to understand why it’s such a popular development. First off, most (but not all) is in Lovejoy ISD, one of the highest rated school districts (along with Highland Park and Southlake Carroll). Oddly enough, a small sliver of far east Thompson Springs is within McKinney ISD. It’s one of those rare cases where a street within the same development separates it into two different school districts. It would take some time to explain how all that came about, but that’s the way it is and I doubt it will ever change. We’ve sold almost as many homes on the McKinney ISD side as the Lovejoy ISD side so it’s just a matter of finding the right buyer.
The homes are well maintained and the large lots well manicured. It has a nice feel to it. There’s a neat little playground along with a sport court. The newest feature is the 26 acre nature preserve that abuts Thompson Springs on the north side. It ties three different developments together with a walking trail through the woods, Thompson Springs, Remington Park, and Parkside. Between the three developments all tied in by the walking trail there are lots of kids in Thompson Springs.
You really feel like you’re out a bit, but the development is only about 5 minutes from 3 million square feet of restaurants, retail, and entertainment at Stacy and 75 (Central Expressway).
We’ve sold nine homes to date in Thompson Springs and one three different times. It’s a great neighborhood and represents what Fairview is all about.