Green Meadows, a new community planned by Tomlin Investments, is attracting a large number of millennial families and buyers moving to West Celina. The community has many amenities and quick access to the best of North Texas via the Dallas North Tollway.

Located just west of the turnpike at Punk Carter and Legacy Drive, Green Meadows has homes starting at $400. The model home park features eight designs from Gehan Homes, Pacesetter Homes, CastleRock Communities and Stonehollow Homes.

Upon entering the community, visitors will see the 8-acre amenity complex, which provides enjoyment for all members of the family. The resort features colorful shade structures surrounding a children’s pool, a resort pool with two 30-foot-long waterslides, a terraced lawn amphitheater, playgrounds, and an abundance of hiking and biking trails. . The clubhouse includes a party room and kitchen for resident parties, reunions, or book clubs, a fitness center, and plenty of covered gathering space under 20-foot-wide verandas.

A full-time Lifestyle Director will plan and lead resident activities and events. Teenagers and parents will enjoy the concerts and festivals around the large amphitheater and residents with green thumbs will love the community gardens.

Facilities planned for Phase 2 include lighted tennis courts with seating, a picnic area with a fire pit, a shade pavilion and a secondary play area.

Green Meadows is minutes from the restaurants and shops of historic downtown Celina, also known for its community spirit and high school football championship. Celina is located adjacent to Prosper and approximately 15 minutes from the entertainment, shopping and dining of McKinney, Frisco and Plano. Best of all, major job centers in Plano and Frisco provide quick access to work.

To visit Green Meadows, take the Dallas North Tollway north past US Highway 380 through Prosper to Punk Carter and turn left. Travel one mile to the Green Meadows entrance at Legacy Drive. For more information visit Community Models or visit

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