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Come and see our beautiful new community in Royse City, Just minutes away from adorable downtown Royse City! With easy access to Rockwall and all of the wonderful shopping and dining they have to offer.

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School Districts Near Home

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Ruth Cherry Intermediate School

Public | 5-6

1.9 mi.

Davis Elementary School

Public | K-4

2 mi.
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Royse City Middle School

Public | 7-8

1.7 mi.
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Royse City High School

Public | 9-12

0.7 mi.

Area Information

Royse City, TX

A Friendly touch of Texas

Welcome to Texas! We’re excited for the opportunity to serve as your home builder in Royse City.

D.R. Horton offers single family homes in this area, featuring one story, two story homes, two story with flex room all constructed with our spacious, open-concept floor plans. With homes available from D.R. Horton and Traditions we have a home for every stage in life.

With a quaint downtown district, Pep rally, city events including FunFest and a Pumkin Patch, Royse City offers plenty of activities to fit your lifestyle needs. Whether you’re seeking the peace of a country life, a place to raise your family or a place to put down roots – Royse City offers something for everyone!


Royse City ISD


The City of Royse City Parks and Recreation Department consists of approximately 45 acres of developed parkland, with 4 playgrounds, 3 catch and release ponds, and 1.5 miles of nature trails and jogging paths. The citizens of Royse City also have, to their access, a baseball/softball complex and a soccer complex, with various practice fields.


Southern Junction is also a showplace for live country music with a band, part dance hall, part steakhouse and sports bar.


Zaner Robinson Museum

The Zaner Robinson Historical Museum depicts life on the Blackland Prairie from early settlers through the boom years (1920-1960’s). It is housed in a 1925 building that is a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark and in the National Register of Historic Places.