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Lakes of Highland Oaks is located in southeastern Keller near the intersection of North Tarrant Parkway and Rufe Snow Drive. This upscale non-gated community features well-designed streets, beautifully manicured lawns and mature trees sprinkled throughout the subdivision. Perfectly located near Tarrant Parkway, residents are within a few minutes to major shopping, dining and entertainment options. While this community is relatively close to all the action in Keller, its design and integration of natural landscaping elements yields a calm and secluded atmosphere.
Lakes of Highland Oaks is a pleasant community of 203 single-family homes. This sprawling community features mature tree-lined streets highlighted by architecturally pleasing homes. While this is a large community, its design and use of multiple streets keeps traffic flowing, even during the busiest rush hour moments. Sidewalks line the neighborhood, which prove to be a popular choice among residents during evening hours.
Lakes of Highland Oaks consists of one to two story homes. Each home features a similar overall architectural styling; however, each home features unique exterior and interior elements. The average size of a Lakes of Highland Oaks home is just under 3,000 square feet. The typical home in this neighborhood features 4 bedrooms and 3 bathroom. Lot sizes average just under 8,500 square feet. The majority of homes feature fenced-in yards and attached garages with ample room for two to three vehicles. Select homes in Highland Oaks offer private in-ground swimming pools and professionally designed outdoor entertaining spaces.
The average home value for a Lakes of Highland Oaks property ranges from $250,000 to over $400,000. The median listing price for this subdivision is $300,000. Property taxes average just under $7,000 per year.
Lakes of Highland Oaks belongs to the Keller Independent School District, which consists of several award-winning K-12 schools. Residents of Lakes of Highland Oaks are assigned to Shady Grove Elementary, South Keller Intermediate School and Keller High School.