Fairview is a town in Collin County located north of Dallas, Texas. The estimated population in 2015 was 9,000. The town is adjacent to the 289-acre Heard Wildlife Sanctuary. The community is marked by large houses on large lots, expansive open spaces, numerous horse farms, excellent schools, rolling hills, vast hardwoods, beautiful creeks, and the extensive Village at Fairview shopping area and mixed-use center. The average home price in Fairview is $347,500 according to Realtor.com.
Dine at Pho Crystal, Cane Rosso, Gloria’s Latin Cuisine, Zoës Kitchen, Twisted Root Burger Co, La Duni Latin Kitchen, Dulce Coffee Studio, and other great restaurants. Live music, gourmet food, and retro-chic style make bowling cool again at Splitsville. iPic Theaters is an all-digital cinema with state-of-the-art technology offering chef-prepared food and cocktails in the cinema. The Farmshop Center, offers the Farmshop Indoor Farmers Market year round on Saturdays. Golf courses, parks with hiking trails, and recreational facilities.
Fairview is served by two excellent public school districts. A majority of the town is in the Lovejoy Independent School District. The LISD serves over 2800 students in the cities of Fairview and Lucas, plus parts of Allen and Wylie, with three elementary schools, a middle school and Lovejoy High School. Puster Elementary School is located on Stoddard Road in Fairview. The new Sloan Creek Middle School, also in Fairview, is on FM 1378 (Country Club Road). These two schools, the first in Fairview’s town limits, opened in August 2008. The McKinney Independent School District serves the western end of Fairview and a small area in the far northeast. The MISD operates no schools in Fairview itself.