Westfalls Village




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Westfalls Village is a single family community located in west Frisco on Main Street (FM720).  Westfalls Village is a fairly new subdivision and is one of Frisco’s finest master planned communities. Not just another neighborhood, Westfalls Village features a grand entrance with a pond, water falls and fountains. Residents enjoy a community swimming pool, cabaña, greenbelt and playgrounds all just minutes from shopping with easy access to the North Dallas Tollway.

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First Service Residential Management Company
Shawn Smith
3102 Oak Lawn Avenue, Suite 202
Dallas, TX, 75219

FAX: (214) 889-9980 PH: (214) 451-5443

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