The Dallas/Fort Worth area, the largest metropolitan area in the country, is known for its historic cities and beautiful communities. One such city happens to be the county seat of Denton County. Denton, Texas is widely-praised for all of the diverse and distinctive features that set it apart from other cities nearby. In Denton, you can find popular music venues and festivals, rodeos, universities, locally owned businesses, and so much more. The city really has everything you could possibly want. For someone looking to plant their roots in this amazing city, there are many unbelievable, family-friendly communities within Denton’s city limits. But one community might possibly trump them all and that’s the town of Providence Village.
Providence Village is a luxurious master-planned community, developed in 2000, that is located in what was at the time unincorporated Denton County. In May of 2011, by a vote of 70%, Providence Village had become incorporated. It is made up of approximately 1,700 homes that start around $150,000, all of which feature Cape Cod or Craftsman-style architecture. In 2014, the U.S. Census had estimated the population at about 5,300 residents.
Providence Village boasts one-of-a-kind amenities, including resort-style recreational facilities, beautiful scenery, parks and playgrounds, sports fields, and basketball courts. There are two enormous water parks with beach entries that include a 35′-high, double loop waterslide, two Junior Olympic Pools, racing lanes, fountains, four toddler pools, and an adult pool. The neighborhood also boasts SEVEN community lakes, including the 25-acre Lake Providence, which is fully stocked with “trophy” bass and allows for a small fishing boat. Around the lakes, you will find miles of breathtaking trails to jog, ride a bike, or simply take a quiet evening stroll. The town even offers two clubhouses for the residents to enjoy.
The main clubhouse, which features an observation deck and veranda 35 feet up, has a bi-level exercise room with lockers, cardio equipment, weights, and a sauna. While the other, smaller clubhouse allows for party rentals and concerts and is home to the Providence Players Theater.
Students in Providence Village are served by two public school systems: Aubrey Independent School District and the “exemplary” rated Denton Independent School District. Students who attend Aubrey ISD will go to Monaco Elementary, Brockett Elementary, Aubrey Middle School, and Aubrey High School. Students served by Denton ISD attend Providence Elementary, Navo Middle School, and Ryan High School. Both Monaco and Providence are located within the community.
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