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Highland Oaks is a sprawling master-planned upscale community located in eastern Keller, Texas. This non-gated upscale subdivision features beautifully designed homes, professionally manicured community grounds and winding roads highlighted by mature trees. Highland Oaks is one of the largest communities within Keller. Its primary entrance is off Rufe Snow Drive, which connects to larger thoroughfares, such as Tarrant Parkway, to the south, and Keller Parkway, to the north.
Highland Oaks features a total of 369 single-family homes. While many may think that because of its size its streets would be heavily congested; however, due to its professional street design, all homes are perfectly positioned and given ample streets and access roads to prevent heavily traveled roadways, even during rush hour. Along with its professionally manicured grounds and beautifully constructed homes, Highland Oaks offers residents open green spaces and several winding lakes and ponds, which add to the sense of seclusion that makes this subdivision so popular among young professionals and families.
The average home within Highland Oaks features traditional architectural designs, which provides a uniform visual appeal. All of the one or two story homes are constructed with brick and wood-frame materials. The average size of a home in Highland Oaks is just under 2,500 square feet. The typical home offers 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on average lot sizes that measure just over 10,000 square feet. Properties are highlighted by new and mature trees, and a community-wide sidewalk system make this the ideal neighborhood for evening strolls. The attached garages offer ample parking for two or more vehicles. Select homes offer in-ground swimming pools as well as fenced backyards with extended outdoor entertaining spaces.
The average home value in Highland Oaks range from $180,000 to over $350,000. The median listing price in this upscale community is $225,000. Property taxes in Highland Oaks average just under $5,000 per year.
Highland Oaks belongs to the Keller Independent School District. Residents are assigned to Shady Grove Elementary, South Keller Intermediate School and Keller High School.