Keller has grown from a mere 5000 residents in 1980 to over 40,000 today. But the charming locally owned businesses and the landmark windmill that line historic Old Town Keller's Main Street make one wonder if the residents of this laid back, former railroad stop got the memo... Keller may be one of the fastest growing areas of the Metroplex, but it still manages to garner national attention for quality of life by winning multiple "Top Places to Live" awards year after year.
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One of the fastest growing areas of the Metroplex, Keller started gaining national attention when MONEY magazine named Keller 7th in its top 100 "Best Places to Live" list of small U.S. towns. MONEY magazine is just catching on to what Keller home buyers already know... Keller offers big-city conveniences and amenities, but remains firmly planted in its small-town roots. The strength of the city's excellent economy, increasing home values, great public schools, low crime rates and quality of life are what landed Keller on the "Best Places to Live" list. And businesses seem to agree. Major employers located just outside the city include FedEx, Fidelity Investments and Sabre Holdings. The "Golden Corridor" that makes up the nearby Alliance area has helped Keller's population triple since 1990.
Kellers Award Winning Lifestyle
2014 saw a host of awards bestowed on the city. Location, focus on parks and recreation, and a family oriented, business friendly climate helped Keller keep its rightful spot on the Top Ten lists once again. Here are just a few:
Top 10 Safest Neigthborhoods - The Dallas Morning News
Top 10 Neighborhoods Overall - The Dallas Morning News
Best Suburbs - D Magazine
Best Cities in America to Raise a Family - Zoomtens
Top Ten Safest Places in Texas - Movoto
Scenic City Gold Status - Scenic City Texas
Excellence in Code Enforcement - Building Officials Association of Texas
Leadership Circle Gold Award for Financial Transparency - Texas Comptroller
Best Place to Ride a Bike - Living Magazine (for Bear Creek Trails)
Tree City USA - The Arbor Day Foundation
Best of Both Worlds in Keller
Old and new, side by side. Historic "Old Town Keller" and the newer "Keller Town Center" are just two of the City's unique contrasts. Take a stroll through Historic Old Town Keller and you'll take a step back in time on the site of the original houses and Main Street. Many of the original buildings have been preserved and converted into the wonderful shops and businesses found here today. Just down the road a bit you'll find the face of the "new" Keller. Keller Town Center's 340-acre, mixed-use planned development features trails, lakes, and greenbelts. The Keller Town Hall, Town Hall Plaza, and Keller Independent School District's Natatorium are all located in Keller Town Center.
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Keller Pointe, the city's recreation center, serves as anchor to the 11 citywide parks and miles of trail system. It includes indoor and outdoor pools with splash park and my favorite, the lazy river! Fitness facilities are available too.
Combining Parks and Art - Keller's "Pathways to Play"
For those wishing for a more "cultural" way to spend a day, be sure and check out the Keller Gallery Walk sponsored each month by the Keller Public Arts Program. Or, for more outdoor activity, be sure and check out Keller's Pathways to Play initiative. Ten "pocket parks" located along the Bear Creek Greenbelt feature anamorphic sculptures which only reveal themselves when the viewer is standing in just the right spot. Each sculpture is equipped with signs offering clues to the landmark depicted by the art piece. Two of the 10 'pocket parks' have themed climbing equipment, while two others feature interactive play surfaces that light up in response to players' movements.
If you've read this far you're probably deep into research on Keller homes for sale and living in the city of Keller. From luxury senior living, multi-family apartments, patio homes and houses with acreage (and horses!), Keller provides home styles and price ranges for nearly everyone. I hope you'll reach out to me with any questions you may have about a move to the Dallas-Ft. Worth area in general and Keller specifically. I've been in the real estate business in and around Keller since 1989, and I'm always happy to share what I've learned and to help you make your move to Keller the best it can be for you and your family. -Cindy
Have questions about real estate you want answered? Even if you aren't planning to buy or sell for years, I hope you'll feel comfortable calling me to talk about your unique real estate situation. I'd love the opportunity to become your agent long before you actually need one.-Cindy Allen