Beautiful 1.5 story in Legend Bend, very near TX-121, only 1.5 miles from new Toyota HDQ. LOCATION! LOCATION! This very well maintained home has 3 bedrooms & 3 baths with study that can be closed in as a 4th bedroom as it has closet & shares Jack n Jill bath. Huge game room up, all bedrooms down. Large kitchen with 42 inch cabinets & granite counter tops. Two living areas plus game room. Spacious laundry room read more plumbed for sink & room for extra fridge or freezer. Radiant barrier added on west side when roof replaced in 2013, 35 yr shingle. Corner lot with gorgeous landscaping, Uplights in trees, 8 ft board on board fence for privacy and electric gate for rear entry garage. See Trans Desk for Seller Upgrade List.
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Last Updated: Dec 8th, 2017. Source: NTREIS
The Colony derives its name from the original Peters Colony. The Peters Colony headquarters was located within the current boundaries of The Colony in the historical community of Stewartsville and the site of the Hedgcoxe War.The Colony is also the site of Bridges Settlement (established during the years of the Republic of Texas and the oldest community in Denton County), Stewarts Creek, Rector, Stoverville and Camey, also known as Camey Spur.
The Colony did not exist before 1973, when home developers Fox and Jacobs (since purchased by Centex) purchased 3,000 acres of land located around State Highway 121 and Farm to Market Road 423. The name "The Colony" was chosen by Fox and Jacobs because they wanted its new development to share a sense of kinship with Texas' early history and "to create a living monument to the spirit and courage of the Peters Colonists ... those men and women who braved considerable hardships to begin new lives, in new homes, on new land." They planned the development to be a new "dream city" consisting primarily of single-family homes grouped as a "colony" and based on the city of Dallas' infrastructure specifications, In 1973, Fox and Jacobs negotiated an agreement with the city of Frisco to begin construction in its extraterritorial jurisdiction. In 1974, street construction began with many streets being named after early settlers and members of the construction crews. The first model homes were completed in August 1974 and the first families moved into their homes in October that year. The homes were served for water services by The Colony Municipal Utility District formed in 1974, electricity via Texas Power and Light, cable television via Lakeside CATV and telephone service via Southwestern Bell.
In 1977, the homeowners associations' petition to disannex the development from the city of Frisco's extraterritorial jurisdiction was approved. The Colony voted to become an incorporated city in January 1977 and became a Home Rule City in 1979. Residents of The Colony participated in two polls to select a name for the new city. Both polls chose the name "The Colony" and the name was ratified by the City Council in May 1977. In 1987, The Colony voted to merge with the small lakeside community of Eastvale
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