Allen is home to approximately 94,179 Texas residents who enjoy an affluent lifestyle. The median household income for Allen is an estimated $91,204. The median home value is $204,400. Both of these amounts are above the state averages.
Part of Collin County, this city has 26.3 square miles of land area. When you consider the land area and the current population, this area has an average population density of 3,576 people per square mile.
The City of Allen’s Public Library sponsors of a number of events each month that are enjoyed by residents. They host a story time for smaller children, and they encourage teens to read by offering a Teen Reads program. Those who are learning English as a second language can use the free chat program to practice. The library also hosts live music events and other special activities.
Wondering about the weather in Allen? The average high temperature is 83 degrees, with August being the warmest month of the year. The average low temperature is 45 degrees, with the coolest month of the year being December. The month with the highest amount of precipitation is October.
The percentage of residents with a high school diploma or higher is an impressive 95.6%. Even more impressive is that the percentage of residents with a Bachelor’s degree or higher is 51.6%. Students in Allen are served by the Allen Independent School District. This district is comprised of seventeen elementary schools, three middle schools, one freshman center, and one high school. They also have an alternative center for education. There are parts of the city that make use of schools within the Lovejoy ISD, McKinney ISD, and the Plano ISD.
The city of Allen encourages residents to live an active lifestyle by maintaining community and neighborhood parks. Many of these parks have picnic areas, playgrounds, fishing piers, ponds, bike trails, and hiking paths.
Contact Rene Burchell today at 469-877-3303 to tour available houses for sale in Allen or surrounding areas.