10813 Calvert Place

McKinney, TX 75071

$540,000

4 Beds
2 Baths
Single Family
Traditional
1,844 sq ft
Lot 0.13 acres
Year Built: 2019
MLS: 20519541
Property Tax: $7,252/year
HOA Fees: $650/year
10813 Calvert Place, McKinney, TX 75071

Sophisticated Living in the Heart of McKinney

Mint Mint Mint in Highlands at Westridge! This 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath single story has over 1800 sqft of living space and ahost of quality upgrades and finishes. What sets this home apart is the expansive great room that encompasses theliving, open kitchen and breakfast area. This large, open space in the center of the home features a fireplace wallflanked with custom shelving, high ceilings, beautiful kitchen cabinetry, sleek stainless appliances and granitecountertops. The home has generous bedrooms and a beautiful private bath and large closet for the master suite. Turnkey ready with a 2 car garage, covered porch and a great backyard. Zoned to Prosper ISD, just a few steps to theCalhoun Early Childhood School, parks, trails, & the community pool.

Virtual Tour

3D Matterport Tour

Steps From

Grocery
HEB | Kroger

Floor Plans

Downtown McKinney

McKinney has one of the oldest thriving historic downtowns in Texas. The downtown commercial district offers more than 120 unique shops and over two dozen restaurants. Art galleries, furniture stores, antique, gift and home décor shops and apparel boutiques offer treasures for your shopping pleasure.

Historic Downtown McKinney is a true destination. Stroll the square and see a show, taste a new wine and enjoy the live entertainment. Discover Downtown McKinney with eclectic shopping from independently owned stores and rising culinary scene. This coming together of new and old, historic and trend-setting, daytime festivals and nightlife activities embodies the spirit of McKinney and what makes it unique.

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Things to Do  | Events | Restuarnats | Sports | Breweries

Nearby Entertainment

Prosper ISD Schools/History

Elementary: Jim and Betty Hughes El      Middle: Bill Hays Middle         High School: Rock Hill 

 

History 

Pioneer Spirit

The area we now call Collin County was originally settled by pioneers offered free land by colonizers like William S. Peters and associates. Colonizers were hired by the state of Texas to introduce settlers into this area, which at first was called Peter’s Colony. The offer usually included up to 640 acres of land, a gun and help building a cabin. The Peter’s Colony settlers came in 1841.  Settlers arrived in wagons pulled by oxen or horses and braved the threats of weather, wild animals and native Indians for the promise of free land and a better life. They found that life here in the fertile land was rich but hard. Some left, abandoning their claims, but many stayed on and still more came, establishing farms, communities and commerce

McKinney’s Roots

Fannin County originally encompassed most of northeast Texas. In 1846, Collin County and several other counties were created out of the original area, and each was about 30 miles square. The Texas legislature decreed that a county seat had to be within three miles of the center of the county so a rider could get from the edge of the county to the county seat and back home in one day. Collin County was named for Collin McKinney who was a pioneer and land surveyor who helped draft and signed the Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico in 1836.

The first thing other than a home established in McKinney was a church in the Wilmeth home in April, 1848, and the first non-residential building was the Lovejoy Store that was moved from Buckner to the new town on May 3, 1848, and placed on what would eventually be the northwest corner of the square. On March 24, 1849, 120 acres from the William and Margaret Davis holdings were conveyed for the new town. The town was incorporated in 1849 and re-incorporated in 1859.

Prosperity on Rails

The area’s population grew slowly at first. Settlers found that the native grasses would only feed grazing animals well when it was green, and the soil, though fertile, was a quagmire when it rained, so transportation of agricultural goods was nearly impossible. Enter the Houston and Texas Central Railroad in 1872. With reliable transportation, people and goods could move in and out of McKinney, and this development stimulated a time of unprecedented growth in the town.

Over the next 50 years, cotton became a major source of revenue in Collin County. In 1860, the yield was 16 bales, and in 1870 it was 4,371 bales. In 1870, there was one cotton gin in McKinney, but by 1876, there were four. A cotton compress began operation in 1892, and was still in operation until the mid-1980s. The first textile mill – The Texas Cotton Mill Company – was opened in McKinney in 1910. It was one of only two mills west of the Mississippi that manufactured color-print cloth. It later became a major manufacturer of denim.

The region also produced large amounts of corn, wheat and oats. The high yields placed Collin County among the top producers in the state. This stimulated the growth of the grain processing industry here. One of the earliest mills was established in 1892 and operated until the 1970s. Another was established in 1894, and in 1906 built new facilities that are still in use today.

Building a City

The growing prosperity meant that bigger and better facilities were needed for the county seat. In 1866, the Commissioner’s Court imposed a special courthouse and jail tax, and in 1874 building on the new courthouse began. When it was completed in 1875, it was the tallest building in Texas north of San Antonio.

The booming economy meant better infrastructure and larger homes for many of the leading citizens. Many of McKinney’s most impressive historic homes were built in the 1890s. By 1885, the city had newspapers, banks, flour mills, an opera house, churches and two thousand residents. The first telephone exchange arrived in 1883, a volunteer fire department organized in 1887 and electric lights first lit up the town in 1889.

Creating Our Future

From these seeds grew the McKinney we know today: a town that is growing quickly and was chosen by Money Magazine in 2014 as the #1 Best Place to Live in the country. A diverse and thriving economy, a quality way of life and leadership, and citizens dedicated to celebrating our roots serve us today and are paving the way for continued growth into the future.

From 1908 through 1948, Allen was a stop along the Texas Traction Company's interurban line from Denison to Dallas. Allen was a small town of a few hundred residents when it was incorporated in 1953. Since this time, it has grown dramatically due to the construction of U.S. Route 75, the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, and the development of nearby Dallas and Plano.

Builder Features

Exterior 
-Gutters 
-Full Sprinkler System 
-Privacy fence with steel posts
-Frost resistant hose bibs at front and rear 
-Professionally engineered post tension foundation 
-Low maintenance cementitious fiber board siding and fascia 
-30 year shingle -Weatherproof GFI electrical outlets front and rear 

Kitchen 
-Kitchen work island
-Granite Countertops  
-Moen® single lever faucet
-Stainless undermount sink
-Vented to exterior elegant hood 
-Whirlpool® level 1 built in stainless steel appliances
-Stained cabinets with hidden hinges and crown moldings 

Interior 
-Spacious walk-in closets 
-Cast stone fireplace surround 
-Sherwin Williams® designer paint with glossy finish on trim and doors 
-Flush mount LED lights in hallways, kitchen, breakfast nook, and bathroom vanities 

Energy Saving Features 
-Tankless water heater 
-Passive roof and soffit ventilation 
-Weather stripping around exterior doors 
-Energy-saving programmable thermostats 
-Energy efficient radiant barrier roof decking 
-Low E dual pane vinyl windows filled with argon gas 
-Polysealant anti-draft protection at windows, doors & plate penetration 

Bonus Features 
-Skybell® Video Doorbell 
-Mohawk® wood look tile flooring
-Utility room upper cabinetry with shelf and rod
-Learn in thermostat, door lock and light switch 

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10813 Calvert Place
McKinney, TX 75071
4 Bed | 2 Baths

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