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67 Apartments for rent in Anna, TX

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400 Lockhurst Drive
400 Lockhurst Drive
Anna, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1965 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
This Adorable 3 bedroom HOME is ready for immediate move in! The home features an open floor plan with a kitchen that opens to dining and living room. The Living room has a brick fireplace with gas logs and a view to the covered back patio.
1 Unit Available
140 Curt Street
140 Curt St
Anna, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1600 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
WELL KEPT HOME IN A GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD! Be the one to make this house your home. Great location in a family friendly neighborhood & close to schools.
1 Unit Available
506 Niagara Falls Drive
506 Niagara Falls Drive
Anna, TX
4 Bedrooms
$1,925
2539 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
Beautiful 4 bedroom 2.5 bath 2 story home. Home features include 2 living areas, fire place, large fenced in back yard, covered back patio, open concept kitchen - living room, 2 car garage. Home is on oversized lot.
1 Unit Available
1625 White Oak Road
1625 White Oak Road
Anna, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1237 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
Neat as a pin and move in ready! Wonderful open floor plan with 3 beds, 2 baths & 2 car garage. Great kitchen is open to the living room. This home will make a great cozy home.
1 Unit Available
808 E White Street
808 East White Street
Anna, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
1944 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
3 Bedroom, 2.5 baths, 2 car garage and 2 car Carport on 0.581 acre lot. Storage building in back yard.
1 Unit Available
417 Creekview Drive
417 Creekview Drive
Anna, TX
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
1827 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
Spacious 4 bedroom 2 bath home featuring a very desirable layout just a few minutes off 75 located close to shopping and dining in this steadily growing area within Anna ISD. Front bedroom just inside the entrance could be used as a study.
1 Unit Available
301 Lockhurst Drive
301 Lockhurst Drive
Anna, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,825
1866 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
Welcome to your beautiful home in Anna. The covered front porch is a great place to watch the sunset at the end of a long work day. Entertaining is made easy with the open concept kitchen and two living areas.
1 Unit Available
125 Indian Creek
125 Indian Creek
Anna, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1755 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
Charming home with 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 car garage. Nice size fenced backyard. Kitchen has granite countertops, walk in pantry, refrigerator is included but not warranted.
1 Unit Available
406 Stanley Falls Drive
406 Stanley Falls Drive
Anna, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
2176 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:36 AM
2story in Anna with better than average floorplan*Tall ceilings even in the bedrooms*Open kitchen design with bfast bar & separate breakfast & dining rooms*Large open living*Master suite has separate shower & deep soaking tub & huge walk-in closet
1 Unit Available
1806 Sable Wood Drive
1806 Sable Wood Drive
Anna, TX
4 Bedrooms
$1,750
2138 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:33 AM
Home will be vacant on 9/25 and will be ready October 1.
1 Unit Available
249 Niagara Falls Dr
249 Niagara Falls Drive
Anna, TX
4 Bedrooms
$1,995
2709 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Available 10/01/20 Big and fabulous home in Anna - Property Id: 374879 Fabulous home with hardwood floors and french door study, family room with warm fireplace. Kitchen with granite countertops and lots of cabinets.
1 Unit Available
1821 White Pine Trail
1821 White Pine Trail
Anna, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1772 sqft
Last updated May 4 at 07:22 PM
This Spacious, well maintained, 1-story home in the Oak Hollow community is calling your name! 3 Large bedrooms and 2 Full baths, the office could be used as the 4th bedroom. So many extras... New Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring and carpet in bedrooms.
1 Unit Available
1006 Wildwood Drive
1006 Wildwood Trail
Anna, TX
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
1902 sqft
Last updated April 1 at 11:53 PM
Over 1 acre single story-escape the city! Cute 4 bedroom with country charm. Huge covered patio spans the back of the house. No smokers, Pets Negotiable, Check Availability Date. No Housing Vouchers. No Section 8 Accepted.
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1 Unit Available
4201 Mimosa Drive
4201 Mimosa Drive
Melissa, TX
4 Bedrooms
$2,100
2055 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
This sprawling, like new, one-story open floor plan home features 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms plus a studyroom, vaulted ceiling and high doors, bright and open family room, hardwood flooring, large kitchen with granite counter top and island,
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Palladium Van Alstyne Senior Living
870 Blassingame Ave
Van Alstyne, TX
1 Bedroom
$714
732 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$853
1025 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 12:35 AM
Palladium Van Alstyne Senior Living offers you a lifestyle full of new friendships, convenience, and quality. We offer an array of amenities thoughtfully designed for seniors age 62 and better.
1 Unit Available
211 Villanova Drive
211 Villanova Drive
Van Alstyne, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,575
1658 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:55 AM
Beautiful brick home in Georgetown Heights, community pool , quite neighborhood, large kitchen with private dining area. Master suite ,luxury style bath. double car garage with a moderate size back yard with concrete patio. This home is Super Clean.
1 Unit Available
4521 Fm 2933
4521 Fm 2933
Collin County, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1200 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
Lovely double-wide with large screened in back-porch and large covered front porch. Split bedrooms 3 bed, 2 bath. located just outside of McKinney off New Hope Rd. Available October 1st.
1 Unit Available
4121 Sam Rayburn Highway
4121 Sam Rayburn Hwy
Collin County, TX
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
1843 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
Custom home on almost 2 acres with a pool and pipe fencing perfect for your horses. Home is ideal for those that want to get out of the city a bit with no neighbors on top of you. Home has no carpet, flooring is all tile.
1 Unit Available
4015 Falcon
4015 Falcon Dr
Melissa, TX
4 Bedrooms
$2,695
2751 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
Brand new construction in newly developed Creek Crossing! This 4 bed, 3 bath home is move in ready. Home office and formal dining at the front of the home upon entry.
1 Unit Available
3105 Whispering Pine
3105 Whispering Pine Boulevard
Melissa, TX
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
2353 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
Beautiful spacious one and half story home. New laminate floors and carpet, fresh paint. Several niches, built in wall niches with shelves and room for tv.
1 Unit Available
430 Stinnett Drive
430 Stinnett Dr
Grayson County, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1177 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath duplex in Van Alstyne. Located on a quiet street, but also offers easy access to US75. Fenced in yard with plenty of shade is great for entertaining. Covered porch at the front of the house.
1 Unit Available
206 Ridgeway Drive
206 East Ridgeway Drive
Blue Ridge, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1253 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
This freshly remodeled home is located on an almost quarter acre corner lot. Flooring has been upgraded and new paint through out. All bedrooms have new ceiling fans and nice carpet. The kitchen features new countertops and stainless appliances.
1 Unit Available
3110 Fannin Road
3110 West Fannin Road
Melissa, TX
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
2393 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:37 AM
Gorgeous, pristine home w-a great location in Melissa! This one has it all, situated on 0.
1 Unit Available
4012 Gray Wolf Drive
4012 Gray Wolf Dr
Melissa, TX
4 Bedrooms
$1,795
1729 sqft
Last updated March 14 at 07:05 PM
Welcome to this beautiful, almost like new home! The house has 4 bedrooms, with a great living area. The kitchen is nicely sized, has granite counter tops, and gas cooking top.
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How much is rent in Anna?
In Anna, the median rent is $792 for a studio, $944 for a 1-bedroom, $1,174 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,591 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Anna, check out our monthly Anna Rent Report.
How much is rent in Anna?
In Anna, the median rent is $792 for a studio, $944 for a 1-bedroom, $1,174 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,591 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Anna, check out our monthly Anna Rent Report.
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While some Anna properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Anna properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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How can I find off-campus housing in Anna?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Anna. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include El Centro College, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Collin County Community College District, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Richland College.
How can I find off-campus housing in Anna?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Anna. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include El Centro College, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Collin County Community College District, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Richland College.

Median Rent in Anna

Last updated Sep. 2014
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Anna is $944, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $1,174.
Studio
$792
1 Bed
$944
2 Beds
$1,174
3+ Beds
$1,591

City Guide

Anna
"Anna, Texas has a pioneer spirit and is a friendly small town full of 8,000 new strangers." One of Anna's most notorious residents was Depression-era outlaw Ralph Fults, who spent some time in prison with the notorious criminals Bonnie and Clyde and a full 50 years in jail.
"Anna, Texas has a pioneer spirit and is a friendly small town full of 8,000 new strangers." One of Anna's most notorious residents was Depression-era outlaw Ralph Fults, who spent some time in prison with the notorious criminals Bonnie and Clyde and a full 50 years in jail.

The population of Anna is around 8,249 people and the village is set along US Highway 75 and State Highway 5. Anna was a baby-sized Texas town with twenty people by 1883 including a mill, two stores, and a church. Anna is about 40 miles from Dallas and is included as part of the booming Dallas/Forth Worth Metroplex. The community advertises itself as being family-friendly, and offers the feeling of a true hometown amid the rapidly growing metropolitan area. The region was previously a tight-knit farm community which has grown into a bedroom community. Town planners are working on expanding the number of central gathering places for residents and are working to maintain the feeling of community as the population grows.

Moving to Anna

Renters will find themselves renting out entire houses, usually with three bedrooms, for around the median price of living in a major American city. The upside of renting in this community is that you get to walk into your own house without having to finance or close a sale. Over the last few decades renting has proven cheaper than house ownership in the first five years, but after 8 years it is more expensive to rent than to own. You should expect owners to request two months deposit and the homes will generally come unfurnished, although many listings include previously installed kitchen appliances.

Rent and purchasing prices in Anna are stable throughout the township, although longtime residents suggest there are too many starter homes which affects the housing market. While there are some more expensive and extremely fancy homes on the market, most homes offer between three to four bedrooms and cost below the national average. The bulk of homes come with an attached garage which sits on the front end of the house.

Prospective house owners and renters should know that two tornadoes touched down near the town in 2006 and caused significant damage to some properties. It's always unlikely and this area is not known for its tornadoes, but just in case it's best to ensure that your property is covered under some kind of tornado or natural disaster insurance. Living in Anna poses no real threat as local officials sounded warnings well in advance of both tornadoes giving residents ample time to evacuate. But keep yourself insured, keep an eye on the weather, and don't let a onetime occurrence ruin your time in this beautiful community.

Many of the homes are relatively new, so unless you're planning to buy in the old town there should be relatively little to worry as far as problems down the line. All in all, it's a great time to move here!

Moving to Anna
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Renters will find themselves renting out entire houses, usually with three bedrooms, for around the median price of living in a major American city. The upside of renting in this community is that you get to walk into your own house without having to finance or close a sale. Over the last few decades renting has proven cheaper than house ownership in the first five years, but after 8 years it is more expensive to rent than to own. You should expect owners to request two months deposit and the homes will generally come unfurnished, although many listings include previously installed kitchen appliances.

Rent and purchasing prices in Anna are stable throughout the township, although longtime residents suggest there are too many starter homes which affects the housing market. While there are some more expensive and extremely fancy homes on the market, most homes offer between three to four bedrooms and cost below the national average. The bulk of homes come with an attached garage which sits on the front end of the house.

Prospective house owners and renters should know that two tornadoes touched down near the town in 2006 and caused significant damage to some properties. It's always unlikely and this area is not known for its tornadoes, but just in case it's best to ensure that your property is covered under some kind of tornado or natural disaster insurance. Living in Anna poses no real threat as local officials sounded warnings well in advance of both tornadoes giving residents ample time to evacuate. But keep yourself insured, keep an eye on the weather, and don't let a onetime occurrence ruin your time in this beautiful community.

Many of the homes are relatively new, so unless you're planning to buy in the old town there should be relatively little to worry as far as problems down the line. All in all, it's a great time to move here!

Neighborhoods in Anna

Old Town - Old Town Anna sits along the highway and has the oldest housing stock. The area is home to Sherley Park and houses most of the city's properties which are used by businesses but not necessarily for shopping. Homes here tend to have larger yards than those in the new subdivisions and they are not built according to a repeated pattern. There is no central downtown core for Anna. The old town is rather small having served a primarily agricultural community in the past and the only major shopping areas sprang up to serve new developments.

West of White Street - Outside of the old town the majority of new homes have begun expanding westward along White Street set at the old town's southern edge. These housing developments feature a modular looking set of homes sandwiched onto subdivision style lanes which all lead out to the main street. This style of housing development makes up nearly all of Anna's housing stock due to the low density of homes around the old town. Strip malls have sprung up along the town's main roads nearby the developments to serve the nearby residents. This neighborhood is the nicest part of Anna. It has a great location that gives you easy access to the shopping centers as well as the schools. The houses here are newer and the location makes this neighborhood a perfect place to raise kids in.

White Street: This is where most of the shops and businesses are located, including banks, restaurants, and some shopping services although residents who are hoping to find a mall, major brands, or a prolonged shopping experience will need to head south to McKinney to get what they are looking for. Gas stations and convenience stores are all next to Route 75. It's less residential than the other areas but if you can score a place here you will have easy access to all the nearby shops and restaurants, which some people are willing to hold out for.

Neighborhoods in Anna
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Old Town - Old Town Anna sits along the highway and has the oldest housing stock. The area is home to Sherley Park and houses most of the city's properties which are used by businesses but not necessarily for shopping. Homes here tend to have larger yards than those in the new subdivisions and they are not built according to a repeated pattern. There is no central downtown core for Anna. The old town is rather small having served a primarily agricultural community in the past and the only major shopping areas sprang up to serve new developments.

West of White Street - Outside of the old town the majority of new homes have begun expanding westward along White Street set at the old town's southern edge. These housing developments feature a modular looking set of homes sandwiched onto subdivision style lanes which all lead out to the main street. This style of housing development makes up nearly all of Anna's housing stock due to the low density of homes around the old town. Strip malls have sprung up along the town's main roads nearby the developments to serve the nearby residents. This neighborhood is the nicest part of Anna. It has a great location that gives you easy access to the shopping centers as well as the schools. The houses here are newer and the location makes this neighborhood a perfect place to raise kids in.

White Street: This is where most of the shops and businesses are located, including banks, restaurants, and some shopping services although residents who are hoping to find a mall, major brands, or a prolonged shopping experience will need to head south to McKinney to get what they are looking for. Gas stations and convenience stores are all next to Route 75. It's less residential than the other areas but if you can score a place here you will have easy access to all the nearby shops and restaurants, which some people are willing to hold out for.

Living in Anna

Residents take to the city's many parks in their free time, including Bryant Park and the Natural Springs Park which features a natural spring that runs into a man-made pond. The spring area is heavily wooded and will be developed to include more walking trails with three foot bridges. The park's open spaces are being developed to include greater public amenities but they are currently used for flying kites or playing Frisbee. The town has plans to take more advantage of its natural resources as a means of recreation, which is good considering that much of its space is undeveloped. Other parks are home to softball diamonds, while Slayter Creek Park has two lighted baseball fields, a series of tennis courts, basketball, a playground, horseshoes, and shuffleboard. Perhaps most importantly for a Texas town like Anna is its local high school football team, which has a playing field next to the park. The town has a large number of fitness centers, and many local restaurants like Big Slicks bar and grill and Cattleman's Cafe are diamonds in the rough waiting to be explored.

Living in Anna
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Residents take to the city's many parks in their free time, including Bryant Park and the Natural Springs Park which features a natural spring that runs into a man-made pond. The spring area is heavily wooded and will be developed to include more walking trails with three foot bridges. The park's open spaces are being developed to include greater public amenities but they are currently used for flying kites or playing Frisbee. The town has plans to take more advantage of its natural resources as a means of recreation, which is good considering that much of its space is undeveloped. Other parks are home to softball diamonds, while Slayter Creek Park has two lighted baseball fields, a series of tennis courts, basketball, a playground, horseshoes, and shuffleboard. Perhaps most importantly for a Texas town like Anna is its local high school football team, which has a playing field next to the park. The town has a large number of fitness centers, and many local restaurants like Big Slicks bar and grill and Cattleman's Cafe are diamonds in the rough waiting to be explored.

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Anna
"Anna, Texas has a pioneer spirit and is a friendly small town full of 8,000 new strangers." One of Anna's most notorious residents was Depression-era outlaw Ralph Fults, who spent some time in prison with the notorious criminals Bonnie and Clyde and a full 50 years in jail.
"Anna, Texas has a pioneer spirit and is a friendly small town full of 8,000 new strangers." One of Anna's most notorious residents was Depression-era outlaw Ralph Fults, who spent some time in prison with the notorious criminals Bonnie and Clyde and a full 50 years in jail.

The population of Anna is around 8,249 people and the village is set along US Highway 75 and State Highway 5. Anna was a baby-sized Texas town with twenty people by 1883 including a mill, two stores, and a church. Anna is about 40 miles from Dallas and is included as part of the booming Dallas/Forth Worth Metroplex. The community advertises itself as being family-friendly, and offers the feeling of a true hometown amid the rapidly growing metropolitan area. The region was previously a tight-knit farm community which has grown into a bedroom community. Town planners are working on expanding the number of central gathering places for residents and are working to maintain the feeling of community as the population grows.

Moving to Anna

Renters will find themselves renting out entire houses, usually with three bedrooms, for around the median price of living in a major American city. The upside of renting in this community is that you get to walk into your own house without having to finance or close a sale. Over the last few decades renting has proven cheaper than house ownership in the first five years, but after 8 years it is more expensive to rent than to own. You should expect owners to request two months deposit and the homes will generally come unfurnished, although many listings include previously installed kitchen appliances.

Rent and purchasing prices in Anna are stable throughout the township, although longtime residents suggest there are too many starter homes which affects the housing market. While there are some more expensive and extremely fancy homes on the market, most homes offer between three to four bedrooms and cost below the national average. The bulk of homes come with an attached garage which sits on the front end of the house.

Prospective house owners and renters should know that two tornadoes touched down near the town in 2006 and caused significant damage to some properties. It's always unlikely and this area is not known for its tornadoes, but just in case it's best to ensure that your property is covered under some kind of tornado or natural disaster insurance. Living in Anna poses no real threat as local officials sounded warnings well in advance of both tornadoes giving residents ample time to evacuate. But keep yourself insured, keep an eye on the weather, and don't let a onetime occurrence ruin your time in this beautiful community.

Many of the homes are relatively new, so unless you're planning to buy in the old town there should be relatively little to worry as far as problems down the line. All in all, it's a great time to move here!

Moving to Anna
+

Renters will find themselves renting out entire houses, usually with three bedrooms, for around the median price of living in a major American city. The upside of renting in this community is that you get to walk into your own house without having to finance or close a sale. Over the last few decades renting has proven cheaper than house ownership in the first five years, but after 8 years it is more expensive to rent than to own. You should expect owners to request two months deposit and the homes will generally come unfurnished, although many listings include previously installed kitchen appliances.

Rent and purchasing prices in Anna are stable throughout the township, although longtime residents suggest there are too many starter homes which affects the housing market. While there are some more expensive and extremely fancy homes on the market, most homes offer between three to four bedrooms and cost below the national average. The bulk of homes come with an attached garage which sits on the front end of the house.

Prospective house owners and renters should know that two tornadoes touched down near the town in 2006 and caused significant damage to some properties. It's always unlikely and this area is not known for its tornadoes, but just in case it's best to ensure that your property is covered under some kind of tornado or natural disaster insurance. Living in Anna poses no real threat as local officials sounded warnings well in advance of both tornadoes giving residents ample time to evacuate. But keep yourself insured, keep an eye on the weather, and don't let a onetime occurrence ruin your time in this beautiful community.

Many of the homes are relatively new, so unless you're planning to buy in the old town there should be relatively little to worry as far as problems down the line. All in all, it's a great time to move here!

Neighborhoods in Anna

Old Town - Old Town Anna sits along the highway and has the oldest housing stock. The area is home to Sherley Park and houses most of the city's properties which are used by businesses but not necessarily for shopping. Homes here tend to have larger yards than those in the new subdivisions and they are not built according to a repeated pattern. There is no central downtown core for Anna. The old town is rather small having served a primarily agricultural community in the past and the only major shopping areas sprang up to serve new developments.

West of White Street - Outside of the old town the majority of new homes have begun expanding westward along White Street set at the old town's southern edge. These housing developments feature a modular looking set of homes sandwiched onto subdivision style lanes which all lead out to the main street. This style of housing development makes up nearly all of Anna's housing stock due to the low density of homes around the old town. Strip malls have sprung up along the town's main roads nearby the developments to serve the nearby residents. This neighborhood is the nicest part of Anna. It has a great location that gives you easy access to the shopping centers as well as the schools. The houses here are newer and the location makes this neighborhood a perfect place to raise kids in.

White Street: This is where most of the shops and businesses are located, including banks, restaurants, and some shopping services although residents who are hoping to find a mall, major brands, or a prolonged shopping experience will need to head south to McKinney to get what they are looking for. Gas stations and convenience stores are all next to Route 75. It's less residential than the other areas but if you can score a place here you will have easy access to all the nearby shops and restaurants, which some people are willing to hold out for.

Neighborhoods in Anna
+

Old Town - Old Town Anna sits along the highway and has the oldest housing stock. The area is home to Sherley Park and houses most of the city's properties which are used by businesses but not necessarily for shopping. Homes here tend to have larger yards than those in the new subdivisions and they are not built according to a repeated pattern. There is no central downtown core for Anna. The old town is rather small having served a primarily agricultural community in the past and the only major shopping areas sprang up to serve new developments.

West of White Street - Outside of the old town the majority of new homes have begun expanding westward along White Street set at the old town's southern edge. These housing developments feature a modular looking set of homes sandwiched onto subdivision style lanes which all lead out to the main street. This style of housing development makes up nearly all of Anna's housing stock due to the low density of homes around the old town. Strip malls have sprung up along the town's main roads nearby the developments to serve the nearby residents. This neighborhood is the nicest part of Anna. It has a great location that gives you easy access to the shopping centers as well as the schools. The houses here are newer and the location makes this neighborhood a perfect place to raise kids in.

White Street: This is where most of the shops and businesses are located, including banks, restaurants, and some shopping services although residents who are hoping to find a mall, major brands, or a prolonged shopping experience will need to head south to McKinney to get what they are looking for. Gas stations and convenience stores are all next to Route 75. It's less residential than the other areas but if you can score a place here you will have easy access to all the nearby shops and restaurants, which some people are willing to hold out for.

Living in Anna

Residents take to the city's many parks in their free time, including Bryant Park and the Natural Springs Park which features a natural spring that runs into a man-made pond. The spring area is heavily wooded and will be developed to include more walking trails with three foot bridges. The park's open spaces are being developed to include greater public amenities but they are currently used for flying kites or playing Frisbee. The town has plans to take more advantage of its natural resources as a means of recreation, which is good considering that much of its space is undeveloped. Other parks are home to softball diamonds, while Slayter Creek Park has two lighted baseball fields, a series of tennis courts, basketball, a playground, horseshoes, and shuffleboard. Perhaps most importantly for a Texas town like Anna is its local high school football team, which has a playing field next to the park. The town has a large number of fitness centers, and many local restaurants like Big Slicks bar and grill and Cattleman's Cafe are diamonds in the rough waiting to be explored.

Living in Anna
+

Residents take to the city's many parks in their free time, including Bryant Park and the Natural Springs Park which features a natural spring that runs into a man-made pond. The spring area is heavily wooded and will be developed to include more walking trails with three foot bridges. The park's open spaces are being developed to include greater public amenities but they are currently used for flying kites or playing Frisbee. The town has plans to take more advantage of its natural resources as a means of recreation, which is good considering that much of its space is undeveloped. Other parks are home to softball diamonds, while Slayter Creek Park has two lighted baseball fields, a series of tennis courts, basketball, a playground, horseshoes, and shuffleboard. Perhaps most importantly for a Texas town like Anna is its local high school football team, which has a playing field next to the park. The town has a large number of fitness centers, and many local restaurants like Big Slicks bar and grill and Cattleman's Cafe are diamonds in the rough waiting to be explored.