Bent Tree North is a beautiful hidden neighborhood in Far North Dallas and ranks as one of the best neighborhoods in Texas.  Picturesque settings include a branch of White Rock Creek, the historic Frankford Church and Cemetery, and a rare native prairie managed by The Frankford Preservation Foundation.  This hidden gem of Texas history is greatly valued by our community.
Located just off the North Dallas Tollway and south of The George Bush Tollway, Bent Tree North offers travelers a fast way to reach DFW and Love Field Airports, and provides quick access to some of the best dining in DFW, including Addison, the Park Cities, Preston Hollow to the south, and Plano and Frisco to the north. Downtown is less than 20 minutes away.
Recreation options include the exclusive Bent Tree Country Club, that offers golf, tennis, swimming, fitness and dining, Prestonwood Country Club and the private Preston Trail Golf Club. The North Bark Dog Park is another meeting place, as well as The Bent Tree West Swim and Tennis Club and The City of Dallas Bent Tree Meadow Park.
Bent Tree North is not gated but is considered one of the safest neighborhoods in Dallas because, in part, the HOA contracts with The City of Dallas Police for Enhanced Neighborhood Patrol.  There is also a Flock security camera network that connects with The Dallas Police Network.  Bent Tree North has a voluntary HOA with low membership dues.  
This section of Far North Dallas is located within Collin County and allows residents the sought-after combination of a Dallas address within the Plano ISD.  Neighborhood children attend Mitchell Elementary, Frankford Middle School, Shepton High School, and Plano West Senior High School.  There are many private schools in close proximity, including Holy Communion, Christian Academy, Trinity Christian Academy, The Shelton School, Levine Academy and more.
Historic Frankford Church 
The City of Dallas awarded Frankford Church its Preservation Achievement Award for the “elegance of its simplicity.” Today, Frankford Preservation Foundation preserves and protects Frankford Church, its native prairie land remnant, and nearby Indian Springs. The natural spring in Bent Tree North near the cemetery was once a stopping point for Native Tribes, Settlers, and Cattle Drives.
Renowned pioneers of North Texas are buried in Frankford Cemetery, including the Addison, Coit, Wells, and McKamy families. 
During the early 1960’s, John and Alice Ann McKamy were inspired to start Episcopal services in Frankford Church. The new congregation become known as Church of the Holy Communion which is now an Anglican congregation.  
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