Residential Subdivisions


The Town of Westlake is home to several communities, all of which share a commitment to excellence and possess unique character and charm. You may see where are subdivisions are located using the Residential Subdivisions Map

Residential Subdivisions Map


Aspen Lane

Aspen Lane feature large lots at a 5-acre minimum. Homes are setback far from the roadway, which creates the open/rural feel of the Westlake community.

Wyck Hill (formerly the Estates of Westlake)

Wyck Hill is a subdivision with 12 homes that contains heavily wooded one-acre lots. The roads in this neighborhood are narrow and enclosed by trees. Wyck Hill is located on the southeast corner of Dove Rd and Pearson Rd.

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Carlyle Court

Carlyle Court is an 8 lot residential development nestled between Terra Bella and Glenwyck Farms with each lot being 1-1.5-acres. The neighborhood is very private featuring both trees and open spaces. The community is also connected to the existing Westlake trails system.


Entrada is an 85-acre mixed-use development within Westlake. Although Entrada is not purely a residential subdivision, it will feature town homes and villas throughout the Catalonia themed village.

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Glenwyck Farms

Glenwyck Farms is a wonderful private community situated on over 100 wooded acres in a quiet rural setting. Glenwyck has home sites that range from 0.80 acres t over 1 acre 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.


Granada will feature 84 single-family luxury homes on approximately 84 acres of land north of Dove Rd and south of Solana Blvd. Granada includes wide-open spaces that are privately owned and maintained, but contain publicly accessible trails that connect with the other trails throughout Westlake.


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.

Paigebrooke Farms

Paigebrooke Farms is a five-lot subdivision with multiple ponds providing every home a view of the water. Former Mayor Scott Bradley who named the subdivision after his two daughters, Paige and Brooke, developed the subdivision in the late 1990’s.

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Quail Hollow

Quail Hollow is the newest residential development in Westlake. The development covers 188 acres of gorgeous landscape and plans to have 96 estate homes that reside on lots over 1 acre.

Stagecoach Hills

In this 30-house airport 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.

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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. Terra Bella is accessible from Dove Road and Sam School Road, on the eastern border of Westlake.


Gently rolling hills and picturesque meadows comprise the private oasis of Vaquero, With approximately 298 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 plus 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.