Homes in this community could save you an average of $1,453 per year in energy costs »
From Highway 380, turn North (in direction of the Valero Corner Store) onto FM 1385/Holt. In .8 miles turn right onto Fishtrap Road. Turn right on Gray Wolf Drive (formerly Whitetail Drive) into community. Future model will be on left.
GPS should use 15578 Fish Trap Road, Prosper, TX 75078
M/I Homes of Dallas / Fort Worth is excited to announce that we are opening in Preserve at Doe Creek in Prosper. This community will feature new homes in Denton County and situated in the Denton ISD. Located off the Hwy 380 corridor, your schools and shopping will be close to home.
These new homes in Prosper are located in a brand new community with a country living feel that's close to the conveniences of the city. Nestled within one of Dallas' corridors, the Preserve at Doe Creek exemplifies the country setting with wooded home sites and plenty of greenspace to enjoy. There are 52 home sites available in this community that will feature our brand new Eco line of homes.
These new homes in Prosper will have options to choose from to truly make your home your own. With 52 homesites to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect homesite for your needs. These single family homes in Denton ISD will be a brand new product with beautiful interior finishes and exterior options. Every inch of square footage in these homes has been carefully used to maximize space for growing families.
M/I Homes of Dallas Fort Worth would be proud to build your new home in Prosper, TX. Each one of our homes comes with a 10-Year Transferable Structural Warranty and is backed by our Whole Home Building Standards. This means that you'll have the peace of mind knowing that your home was built with energy efficiency in mind! We provide in-house financing to help make purchasing a new home stress free and easy to understand.
M/I Homes has helped build 100,000 new homes throughout the nation and would love to be your homebuilder of choice. Join our VIP List today to get information as it's released on these new homes in Denton County.