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Whitley Place Custom Home Provides Family Friendly Luxury in Prosper

by Bethany Erickson

 This Mediterranean Transitional in Prosper’s Whitley Place is more than 6,000 square feet of family-friendly space that is also grown up enough for great entertaining.

This Mediterranean Transitional in Prosper’s Whitley Place is more than 6,000 square feet of family-friendly space that is also grown up enough for great entertaining.

If you’re looking for a custom luxury home, on a one-of-a-kind lot, but also want a neighborhood that is family friendly, you can’t get much more perfect than homes in Whitley Place in Prosper, trust us.

Whitley Place offers some of the best amenities — a community pool, creek, lake pavilion, walking trails, and even a special playground for the tiniest kids (complete with splash pool). And the greenbelt — we can’t rave enough about. A hybrid of park area that was donated by the developers to the Town of Prosper and a private open space owned by the Whitley Place HOA, plenty of green space and trees means family outings are an easy walk from your home.

None of that is a surprise, by the way, when you factor in that the developers of Whitley Place — CC Joint Ventures — are also responsible for some of the nicest communities in Southlake and Westlake, too.

And Haley Wagstaff, member of the Heather Guild Group with Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate, has just the home for you, too — 4221 Glacier Point Court.

 This spacious home at 4221 Glacier Point Court backs up to a lush greenbelt.

This spacious home at 4221 Glacier Point Court backs up to a lush greenbelt.

Listed at $1.75 million, the Mediterranean Transitional is a home you’d be proud to entertain in, but also a home that is kid-friendly — right down to the en-suite bathrooms in all three upstairs bedrooms, which means no fighting over bathroom time on busy school mornings.

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Upstairs also features a large game room and media room.

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Downstairs, a spacious, open floor plan (the whole house is more than 6,000 square feet of living space) provides opportunities for formal entertaining, or less formal gatherings — things Wagstaff says make this home “truly an entertainer’s dream.”

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“The spectacular chef’s kitchen boasts two large islands with gorgeous countertops, top-of-the-range Thermador appliances and refrigerator, and designer lighting,” Wagstaff told us.  

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Downstairs also boasts a master bedroom that is truly a retreat. It overlooks the backyard (more on that backyard in a minute) and opens to an en-suite, spacious bathroom with a beverage center, double vanities, and a large walk-in closet.

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Also downstairs? A great study and a guest bedroom (if you’re keeping count, that’s five bedrooms, five full baths, and one half bath).

 

 

But you don’t have to do all your entertaining inside, either — the backyard offers a whole new option, complete with an outdoor kitchen and gorgeous outdoor living and dining rooms. A fire pit with seating area and a play set complete the family-friendly, entertaining-friendly dream backyard.

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But the other bonus is that you’ll be living in Prosper (which known by the slogan, “A Place Where Everyone Matters”), a town that first grew up around the Saint Louis and San Francisco Railroad, and then more recently along the tollway extension, U.S. Highway 380, and Preston Road.

And Whitley Place has its own spot in Prosper history, sitting on land that once was home to the very beginnings of what would become Prosper, with the Sway Back Union Congregation Cumberland Presbyterian (later the Walnut Grove Presbyterian Church) planting its roots in a white wood frame church in 1852, remaining there until 1994. The former church site is now home to a family who lives in Glacier Point Drive.

You can go have family lunches at the Cotton Gin downtown, and stop by Menchie’s for frozen yogurt in the hot summer afternoons. If you work fast, you might even be in your new home in time to take part in the town’s Fourth of July Festivities. And you’re also close to family fun in Frisco as well – from The Star to Roughriders games to MLS soccer matches.

And Prosper ISD schools are some of the best in the state, with students routinely winning and placing well in UIL competitions. The home is zoned for Cynthia A. Cockrell ElementaryLorene Rogers Middle School, and Prosper High.