Highland Oaks is located just northeast of FM 407 and FM 2499. View Map

Safety - HV Named Safest City in Texas

The City of Highland Village has been recognized as the Safest City in North Texas for the past six years and in 2008 as the Safest City in Texas. The City's Police Department's Community Orented Public Safety (COPS) model of policing focuses the entire energy of the department on achieving the service and safety expectations of the community. The Police Department has established programs which proactively address safety and crime prevention; these programs have won numerous state and national awards which further verifies the Safest City recognition.

Green - The First Green Subdivision in Highland Village The News Connection Article

Schools - Our homes our located in outstanding Lewisville ISD. LISD Website

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Local Shopping & Restaurants The Shops at Highland Village

The Marketplace at Highland Village is just over a mile from Highland Oaks on the northeast corner of FM 407 and FM 2499 and offers a regional shopping center with a Wal-Mart Supercenter and 280,000 sq ft of retail, restaurants and office space including TJ Maxx, Home Goods, LA Fitness, Office Deopt, Petco, Applebee's, IHOP, Hibernia Bank and much more.

Just across the street, on the northwest corner of the same intersection is The Shops at Highland Village. This "lifestyle center" has 385,000 sq ft of upscale retail, restaurant and office space. Shops include Ann Taylor and Ann Taylor Loft, Eddie Bauer, Jos. A. Bank, Banana Republic, Chico's, Claire's Boutique, Victoria's Secret, White House/Black Market, Barnes & Noble, Coldwater Creek & Spa, Snuffer's, Potbelly Sandwich Works, Blue Goose Cantina, Rockfish Seafood Grill, Corner Bakery, Ben & Jerry's, a 12 screen AMC theatre and much more.

On the south side of FM 407 you will find even more conveniences including Lowes, Target, Office Max, Best Buy, Petsmart, Hobby Lobby, Chili's etc.

Review - D Magazine Rates Highland Village in top 10! - Excerpt Below

#8 - Highland Village

What They Say: The biggest news in Highland Village is the Shops at Highland Village, a mini-version of Southlake Town Center. The upscale retail center houses Harry & David, Patrizio, Rockfish, a 12-screen movie theater, lululemon athletica, and a Nestle Tollhouse ice cream/cookie shop (who knew such a thing existed?). Residents often call the police when they go on vacation. One got a call back while out of town, asking about a truck parked in her driveway (it was the pool man). "My husband travels a whole lot, yet I feel really safe even when he's gone," she says. "I go out in our subdivision late at night by myself, put my headphones on and just walk." New conveniences and development mean more traffic, which residents aren't keen on. The terrain looks like Oak Cliff on a lake, with more hills than we North Texans might expect. New construction in Stillbrooke and Stonebrook subdivisions runs $200,000 to $400,000. Custom homes in Highland Shores, the most popular upscale neighborhood, are more than $1 million. Newer homes on Lake Lewisville start at $600,000, although an older home on the water (a rarity on the market) can go for $300,000 to $400,000.

What We Say: Here s what upscale suburban will get you: the Highland Village Wal-Mart has fresh sushi and a bicycle center (instead of an automotive center). The town's Inland Trails are one of its best features, connecting neighborhoods to schools to anywhere a pedestrian might want to go. So far, the trails cover 2.7 miles, but 5 miles of additional trails are in the works.