The mid-sized northeast Texas city of Keller represents all of the best facets of a small town combined with the biggest perks of a big city, sporting both charm and convenience. Homes in Keller also hold the best of two worlds simultaneously. While many of these four and five-bedroom homes may appear as if they were built sparing no expense, there is actually a large market of quite affordable homes in Keller. Whether you choose brick or stucco, ranch or split-level, there is a housing option for every budget.
Keller is an upscale town that is made up of almost all residential space, interspersed with 11 parks and recreational areas that span over 300 acres, in addition to 19 miles of biking and hiking trails. The streets of Keller form divides that demarcate the various areas of the town, and include Price, Taylor, Hill, Vine, Bates, Olive, and Pecan from east to west and Lamar, Main, and Elm from north to south. Most of the districts of Keller are quite affluent, and the city has expanded its residential, commercial, and municipal facilities exponentially in recent years. All areas of Keller, due in part to the city’s relative distance from a major interstate, are considered some of the safest neighborhoods in the region. Additionally, neighborhood residents enjoy the offerings of Keller Pointe, an award winning community center with recreation and aquatic opportunities.
Though Keller is primarily residential, its economy is strong and steady, relying on government, education, healthcare, retail chains, and business industries. The top employers in the city are the Keller Independent School District, the City of Keller, Southstar Logistics, Kroger, Home Depot, Kohl’s, Lowe’s, and Tom Thumb Grocery. The Keller Independent School District alone is home to approximately 3,600 jobs. The District, which serves a number of nearby cities and towns, provides education for approximately 40,000 students. Other residents of Keller choose to commute into the nearby city of Fort Worth.