Chandlers Landing is a waterfront neighborhood anchored on the beautiful eastern shore of Lake Ray Hubbard.
Since 1974, people from all over the world have been attracted to the Chandlers Landing lifestyle...a close-knit neighborhood that boasts incredible lake views, abundant natural beauty, architectural diversity and family-friendly amenities, all within a gated community with 24-hour security patrols.
As a planned community, Chandlers Landing caters to everyone from young couples to families to empty nesters with estate homes, single-family residences, garden homes, townhomes and condominiums. Our spacious greenbelts, heavily-wooded parks, fishable ponds, community pools and tennis courts attract year-round activities.
Whether you enjoy fishing, sailing, nature walks, bicycling, visiting with friends or just watching our fabulous sunsets, you will find something fun to do as a resident in Chandlers Landing.
Ways to Get Involved
We believe that there’s a place for everyone to get involved in our community, whether you’re interested in leading as a board member, helping out on a committee or interested in getting to know your neighbors. Taking the time to get invested in where you live allows you to put down roots, serve the community and build lasting friendships with people nearby. If you’re not sure where to start, visit our Committees & Volunteering page to find activities you can participate in with neighbors who share your interests.
Benefits of Living in a Chandlers Landing
There are several reasons the number of community associations has exploded from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands over the decades. The benefits our homeowners enjoy most are:
- Maintained Property Values. According to the Community Associations Institute, homes in managed communities are often worth 5 percent more than those in traditional communities.
- Amenities and Services. Our homeowners receive value in return for their choice to invest in Chandlers Landing.
- Sense of Community. Chandlers Landing is a place to connect in a world that is increasingly disconnected.
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