City of Westlake, TX
The City of Westlake is home to several communities, all of which share a commitment to excellence but possess unique character and charm:
Glenwyck Farms – is a wonderful private community situated on over 100 wooded acres in a quiet rural setting. Glenwyck has one acre home sites in a park-like setting with mature trees, a running trail, and several natural ponds. This neighborhood is also home to Glenwyck Farms Park, 13.5 acres of open space with a variety of 60 feet oak and pecan trees. The park includes a running brook, three rustic bridges and a paved walking path. Oak and pecan trees, some of which tower 60 feet, decorate the lush area.
Mahotea Boone – Westlake’s oldest subdivision, having been platted about 1978, Mahotea Boone has fourteen lots, eleven of which currently have older homes. It is zoned for minimum two acre lots and appears to be redeveloping with larger homes. The developer was Bill Boone, who named the street after his grandmother.
Stagecoach Hills – In this 30-house subdivision, airplanes are almost as common as cars. The subdivision’s name comes from its location on an old stagecoach trail from Keller to Denton.
Terra Bella – Terra Bella is a 28 lot, 54.7 acre, gated Planned Development subdivision with a 22.6 acre open space/nature preserve featuring a hike and bike trail. As Westlake’s newest subdivision, the first house was permitted for construction in August 2009. Terra Bella is accessible from Dove Road and Sam School Road, on the eastern border of Westlake.
Vaquero – Gently rolling hills and picturesque meadows comprise the private oasis of Vaquero, With approximately 333 homes, this guard-gated community surrounds a world-class golf course designed by Tom Fazio, complete with shimmering ponds and countless groves of majestic oaks. This subdivision offers the highest quality in home design and construction, maintain a strong sense of community pride abounds with state-of-the-art private club facilities and personalized concierge services all within this beautiful family enclave. Vaquero maintains its distinct identity with architectural and landscape design guidelines and an extensive community-landscaping program.
Wyck Hill (formerly the Estates of Westlake)
And coming soon…Granada!
- Visitors of Westlake – http://www.westlake-tx.org/en/Visiting_Westlake.html
- Visitors of Westlake – http://www.westlake-tx.org/en/Visiting_Westlake.htm