Phillips Creek Ranch is an award-winning master-planned community in West Frisco constructed on the former site of the B.F. Phillips Ranch incorporating 957 acres of diverse land.
Situated east of FM 423 and stretching north and south of Stonebrook Pkwy, the community’s location is perfect to access the Dallas North Tollway, FM 423 and State Hwy 121 for commuting.
The community is named after the world-famous Phillips Ranch established in 1936 when B.F. Phillips Sr bought the land on the east side of FM423 to run the family cattle business. At one time it grew to over 1,800 acres. In the late 1940s the youngest of three sons, B.F. Phillips Jr., took over the ranch and decided to take it in a new direction raising quarter racing horses.
Building his reputation as a breeder and trainer, he and the ranch became a huge success in the racing world breeding the only horse to ever win the coveted ‘Champion of Champions’ races two years running in 1976 and 1977.
Today, the Vista Park Welcome and Information Center sits on the Community’s highest hill boasting panoramic views of Frisco, also the site of the famous family ranch house known back then as ‘The Big House.”
Over the years this house played host to many national and international politicians, Hollywood and sports stars, media personalities, and numerous fundraisers. B.F. Phillips died in 1987 and the family eventually sold the land in the late 1990s.
The community, affectionately known as PCR, has been established since 2012 and divided into smaller subdivisions each with their own distinct name. There are still new construction options available with more than 10 builders to choose from including Shaddock Homes, Toll Brothers, Lennar, Britton, Darling, Drees, and Main Vue.
Phillips Creek Ranch has partnered with the area’s leading builders to provide a wide array of immaculately designed spaces, price ranges, and interiors.
The Vista Park Welcome and Information Center is a different type of sales center experience where digital displays are blended with historical photography in a warm, inviting atmosphere to understand the different home models, designs, price ranges, interiors, and buying options to suit your family and lifestyle.
Shopping and Restaurants
All of the major grocery stores are within a short convenient drive; Target, Walmart, ALDI, Kroger, and Tom Thumb to name a few. Traveling east, the Stonebriar Centre mall is located in central Frisco boasting a huge variety of stores and eateries. Also nearby, enjoy great outlet shopping in the various retail parks surrounding, with favorites like IKEA, Nordstrom Rack, Big Lots, DSW, Old Navy, Steinmart, and more.
There’s no shortage of restaurant offerings throughout Frisco, and a great selection of options in close proximity to Phillips Creek Ranch at the major intersections of Stonebrook/FM423, Legacy Drive/Lebanon Road and again at Lebanon/Dallas North Tollway. Nearby favorites include Bonnie Ruths, Up Inspired Kitchen, and Tru Fire Kitchen.
Additionally, The Star in Frisco is only a few miles away, featuring shopping, restaurants, events, concerts, and sports.
Sports enthusiasts can enjoy quick access to several major sports teams who either play in Frisco or are based in Frisco: FC Dallas, Texas Legends, Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Rattlers, Frisco RoughRiders, Dallas Stars, Texas Revolution
- 17 plus miles of paved 6’ – 12’ wide hike and bike trails.
- Community bike sharing program
- 2,620 sq. ft, well-equipped fitness center offering group fitness programs
- Olympic lap, leisure and children’s beach entry pool
- 132 acres of open green space incorporating 17 lakes, creeks, parks and trails
- 25 life-sized bronze horses (as a tribute to the original ranch) decorating the landscape
- An open-air pavilion and community lawn offering regular concerts, events, and movie nights for residents to gather and get to know their neighbors.
- New Texas Backyard which features horseshoe pits, a bocce ball court, sand volleyball court, grills, patio swings, and a fire pit.
The entire community is within Frisco ISD. Four elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school are currently on site or adjacent, offering convenient walking or biking options for families.
What do the residents say?
“We immediately fell in love with Phillips Creek Ranch when we first started to look at neighborhoods back in 2016. It’s so well planned out and although a relatively large development, it’s divided into subdivisions which give it the smaller community vibe. The amenities here are amazing with a junior Olympic lap pool by the gym as well as a beach entry resort-style pool with kid splash area on the other side of the ranch. The pools are supervised by lifeguards during the summer months bringing peace of mind to us parents. The views around the main amenity center provide the perfect backdrop for events throughout the year. One of the selling points to us was the vast amounts of trails around PCR, perfect for lazy strolls with kids or biking when feeling more energetic. The HOA fees here include front and side yard maintenance of all the homes ensuring everywhere looks pristine throughout the year. We’re in PCR over two years and love everything about our home.” – Thomas Boland-Krouse
“We were one of the first 10 homes in PCR, and even when we bought our house in June 2013, we knew it was going to be a special community. We love the walking and biking trails, the parks and green spaces, and of course all the amazing community events. At the time Pearson and Reedy were still empty fields, but having two elementary aged kids, and knowing they’d be able to continue to move up through the awesome FISD schools that are now just a short walk or bike ride away, made moving to PCR an easy decision for our family.” – Ryan K. Manchee