Keller advertises itself as a town that successfully fuses big-city comforts with small-town charm. Given the lack of industrial complexes in Keller and the rich heritage it possesses, the town readily achieves this description. Keller features a recently constructed town hall, municipal service center, and an award-winning recreation and aquatic center for its citizens, which number around 40,000. The city was originally settled in the 1850s, and, due to its becoming a stop on the Texas and Pacific Railway, would rapidly expand in popularity and success. Keller boasts more than 300 acres of developed park land, 11 of which are park sites. There are also 19 miles of hiking and biking trails, much to the delight of adventurous outdoor-type citizens.

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Keller, Texas resides in the northeast portion of Tarrant County in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Keller is home to a wide expanse of residential opportunities, foregoing the typical city path of pursuing industry over homes. Keller is a city of affluence, causing house pricing to be relatively high, but the quality of the housing to also be relatively high. Houses retain an old-school charm and follow similar lines of architecture across the board.

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