It started with a vision.  A desire to create a place so master-fully planned it would surpass any other. To do so required a commitment unusually broad in scope.  A commitment to the needs of families and the future of their children.  A commitment  to quality in every detail, to environmental preservation and to residents that would extend far beyond mere physical spaces.  Inspired by the Texas hill country-like terrain, the developers re-named the community after a native Texas flower which attracts butterflies.  Lantana’s Hill Country theme was created and carried out from the landscaping and German-influenced low stone walls to the architecture and historic windmills.

Over a decade later, the results speak for itself.  Recognized as one of Dallas/Fort Worth’s top selling communities and recipient of more industry and customer service awards than any other DFW community, Lantana has fulfilled that vision and continues today to break new ground in creating a master-planned community that serves the ever changing lifestyles of today’s families.

For decades, Lantana’s 1,780 acres of peaceful rolling terrain in Southern Denton County was known as Rayzor Ranch - the home of the Rayzor family, a prominent Denton family.

E. P. Rayzor Elementary School - Rated “Exemplary“
Kindergarten - 5th Grade
377 Rayzor Road
Lantana, Texas 76226

Dr. Annie Blanton Elementary School - Rated “Exemplary“
Kindergarten – 5th Grade
9501 Stacee Lane
Lantana TX 76226

Tom Harpool Middle School 
6th – 7th Grades 
9601 Stacee Lane
Lantana TX 76226

Guyer High School 
9th through 12th Grades
7501 Teasley Lane
Denton TX 76210


Sandy Luedke
Sandy Luedke
2200 Morriss Road, Suite 300 Flower Mound TX 75028