As live evolves, so do the necessities in your life. You no longer want to just do what’s right for you, you have a family to think of, and right now, your family needs a new home in a neighborhood where they can feel safe and protected. Branson is a great town to raise families in, no matter what the neighborhood you choose, but a community with families in the same stage as yours is what you are seeking. Sunset Realty Services has been the agency for families almost since the day we opened our doors, and no one knows the communities in our area better than we do. This guide to the best Branson communities for families will help you narrow down your choices!
Located north of the city proper, this chummy community is home to the Branson RecPlex. Everyone who has ever had children understands the importance of using up all that excess energy kids are born with, and there’s no better place to do so than at the RecPlex! Offering a family pool and an outdoor playground, in addition to a large variety of gyms and an indoor track, we get tired just thinking about spending a few hours here, but our kids love it! Conveniently located next door to the Branson Hills Country Club, the golf fan in your family may just declare the search complete when they see these fairways of one of the best Branson communities!
The most important part of raising children is ensuring they get a good education, and this quiet neighborhood, also located in North Branson, is a part of the Branson School District, rated one of the best districts in the state. Rated A in nearly all categories, including Academics and College Prep, the student to teacher ratio is 15 to 1. Home to over 4700 Branson students, many of which live in the Emory Creek Ranch neighborhood, you can rest assured that your children will be safe, happy, and prosperous in the Branson School District—and in the home you choose in the neighborhood!
This much-desired neighborhood is one in which children AND parents thrive. Also located in the Branson School District, the homes vary in size and cost, with the lowest prices starting around $100,000. A park in the center of the neighborhood is the gathering spot for children of all ages, and yes, that includes parents and grandparents, because we all know that there’s no fun in growing up! Horizon Hills offers a quality of life that it is difficult to find in this day and age, and most people who move here never want to leave the confines of the subdivision!