Frisco TX Townhomes & Townhouses For Sale
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About Townhouse in Frisco TX
Townhouses are a type of residential housing that typically consists of multiple attached units or houses, arranged in a row or a block. They are also known as row houses, terraced houses, or townhomes, depending on the regional terminology. Townhouses offer a blend of single-family home features and the convenience of urban living.
Here are some key characteristics and features commonly associated with townhouses:
Architecture and Structure: Townhouses are typically designed with a uniform architectural style, often reflecting the historical or cultural context of the area. They are usually two or three stories tall and share walls with neighboring units on one or both sides.
Layout and Floor Plans: Townhouses generally have a vertical layout, with different levels for various living areas. Commonly, the ground floor houses the main entryway, living room, and kitchen, while bedrooms and additional living spaces are situated on the upper floors.
Shared Walls and Attached Units: Townhouses are connected to neighboring units, sharing one or both walls. This arrangement often provides better insulation and energy efficiency compared to detached single-family homes.
Ownership: Townhouses can be owned in a variety of ways. In some cases, each unit is individually owned, including the land beneath it. In other cases, the land and common areas are collectively owned by a homeowners' association (HOA), and individual residents own their specific units.
Outdoor Spaces: Townhouses may include private outdoor spaces such as patios, balconies, or rooftop terraces, allowing residents to enjoy outdoor activities or gardening. In some cases, there may also be shared communal spaces like courtyards or gardens.
Amenities and Services: Depending on the development or community, townhouse complexes may offer shared amenities like swimming pools, fitness centers, playgrounds, or common recreational areas. Some townhouse communities also provide services like landscaping or maintenance, often facilitated by the HOA.
Urban or Suburban Locations: Townhouses are commonly found in urban or suburban areas, providing a balance between city living and the privacy of a home. They can be located in established neighborhoods, mixed-use developments, or purpose-built townhouse communities.
Advantages: Townhouses offer several advantages, such as a lower cost compared to detached homes, especially in urban areas. They often require less maintenance and offer a sense of community due to close proximity to neighbors. Townhouses can also be a good option for those seeking a compromise between apartment living and a single-family home.
It's worth noting that townhouse designs and features can vary greatly depending on the region, local building codes, and architectural styles prevalent in the area.
Frisco’s most recent rankings and recognition
- Safest Cities in America (#1) - SmartAsset, April 2022
- Best Place to Buy a House (#1) - WalletHub.com, August 2021
- Most Ambitious Cities in the U.S. (#8) - Go.Verizon.com, June 2021
- Safest Cities in America (#2) - SmartAsset, April 2021
- Top U.S. Cities Where Millennials Are Moving (#6) - SmartAsset, March 2021
- Best Cities to Do Business in Texas (#1) - HomeCity.com, October 2020
- Best Places to Live in Texas (#4) - HomeCity, August 2020
- Best Places to Buy a House in the U.S. (#3) - WalletHub, August 2020
- Best Cities for First-Time Home Buyers among Midsize Cities (#12), Best Cities Overall (#24 )- WalletHub, July 2020
- Fastest Growing Large Cities in U.S. over last decade (#1)- U.S. Census Bureau, May 2020
- Most Recession-Resistant Cities (#1)- SmartAsset, March 2020
NTREIS data last updated December 2, 2023.