It’s an exciting time to live in Aubrey. The population has doubled in the last two decades. Even if that number is still south of 4,000, there’s an energy in town. The town is known as a proud and family-friendly community. HistoryMaker’s new homes in Aubrey, Texas are a foundation for anyone looking to enjoy the authentic country air.
Aubrey attracts people with its cozy small town charm, while also offering the nearby entertainment and amenities of the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Lake Lewisville, one of the largest lakes in northern Texas, is a short drive south of Aubrey. The lake is a hub for camping, golfing, and fishing, along with anything you might do at Party Cove. Aubrey also sits just east of the sprawling Ray Roberts Greenbelt, the state park that connects Lake Lewisville and Lake Ray Roberts.
Another thing that makes Aubrey special is the award winning Keep Aubrey Beautiful initiative. An organization of volunteer community members plans popular recycling and anti-littering campaigns throughout the year. Efforts like these help preserve the natural beauty of Aubrey, and keep Aubrey’s small town heart beating. Aubrey’s not just another suburb.
Economic growth in Aubrey has kept up with the population boom. Job growth is projected to be 50% over the next ten years, compared to a national average around 33%. For a relatively small town, Aubrey has an impressive selection of public schools, with plans for even more schools in the near future.
Aubrey is home to a number of charming small businesses and shops, from boutiques to hardware stores to taco joints. Of course, bigger shopping excursions can be enjoyed anytime at the shopping centers in nearby Frisco or Denton. If you make a day trip of it, you can see the Frisco RoughRiders playing some minor league baseball at Dr. Pepper Ballpark.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect place to raise a family, or you just want to find some clean country air, it all starts with our new homes in Aubrey. Contact HistoryMaker Homes today to learn more and schedule a tour.
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