Sutton Fields - Express HomesCome home to Sutton Fields within the growing city of Celina at the edge of Aubrey. This fast-growing area features beautiful Express homes open concept floorplans. Sutton Fields is a master-planned community located off FM 1385 15 miles north of Frisco, approximately 21 miles east of Denton and 21 miles Northwest of Mckinney. The development features amenities like a community garden, pocket farms, and a amenity center. If you are looking for a neighborhood within a charming, yet quirky small-town, check out Express Homes at Sutton Fields This community is located in the city of Celina (Aubrey Mailing Address).
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- Two Swimming Pools
- Tennis Court
- Fire Pits
- Acres of open green space and multiple ponds
- Participatory community gardens
- Prosper ISD
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Are you looking for a home in the city of Celina? You’ve picked a great city! Celina offers many amenities as well as some of the most popular D.R. Horton communities! Find out why this city’s population has nearly doubled since 2010.
Celina is located about 40 miles north of Dallas off State Highway 289 and is only 7.6 miles away from US-380. Because of its location, residents enjoy the quiet, country feel of Celina, while simultaneously being nearby numerous shopping and dining venues off 380.
Celina celebrates its culture frequently with events like CajunFest, Parkfest, Friday Night Farmer’s Markets, Movies on the Square, Splash and Blast 4th of July Celebration, Trick or Treat on the Square, and Christmas on the Square. Celina has three parks: Old Celina Park, Founders Station Park, and Preston Streams Park. The community strives to bring people together and they live by their tagline “Life Connected” as they strive for personal connections with all Celina has to offer.
Celina ISD is proudly one of the fastest-growing public school districts in Texas. The growth is believed to be an effect of successful extracurricular programs. The “Home of the Bobcats” carries tradition and pride in each of their six schools spread across the city.