Trinity Falls is a community that lives in harmony with nature and each other in McKinney, Texas.
Each day is an adventure with trails to explore, green spaces to play, lakes to gaze upon and wildlife to enjoy.
Home sales in Collin County are booming, but there’s only one master-planned community in the county with sales good enough to be ranked among the nation’s 50 top-selling — Trinity Falls.
John Burns Real Estate Consulting lists Trinity Falls tied for No. 49 on its recently released report of the Nation’s 50 best-selling residential communities. Builders sold 437 new homes in Trinity Falls during 2020, which was a 41 percent year-over-year increase.
“Our sales were phenomenal last year — the most we’ve ever had,” said Robert Ditthardt, General Manager of the Johnson Development community. “We are beginning to offer a more diverse range of home designs and a growing slate of amenities, with plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.
“As active listings continued their steep decline in Collin County, our new-home sales steadily increased,” he said. “Builders couldn’t build homes fast enough.”
David Jarvis, Senior Vice President with John Burns Real Estate Consulting, says “Trinity Falls is a thoughtfully designed community with a highly desirable lifestyle. Plus, it has access to engaging outdoor areas that today’s buyers are seeking.”
Trinity Falls has a number of on-site parks and playgrounds, including Old Joe Dog Park. Residents can also walk to B.B. Owen Park, a 350-acre expanse that offers lakes for catch-and-release fishing, authentic nature trails, disc golf and more.
Trinity Falls is a shining star in the explosive Collin County real estate market, which reports the lowest number of homes for sale in more than 17 years as buyers are quickly purchasing homes in the county. Within #CollinCounty, McKinney is a coveted address, with wallethub.com ranking the city among the nation’s top places to buy a home. The Trinity Falls ZIP code of 75071 is No. 5 on a list of the hottest neighborhoods in North Texas by sales count, according to the Dallas Business Journal.