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Located between Dallas and Fort Worth, Keller is among one of the fastest growing communities in the region. In fact, its growth has gained national attention. Keller, Texas was named one of the Best Places to Live by Money Magazine, as well as one of the Nation's Richest Cities. Immediately upon entering this sprawling city, new development neighborhoods highlight the natural appeal of the area. Combined with a mix of rural country settings and comfortable suburban infrastructure, Keller has quickly boomed to house over 160 unique subdivision communities.
Williamsburg Estate is just one of many unique and elegant subdivisions found within Keller. While this subdivision is among the smaller within the area, Keller features several master-planned communities. These upscale gated and non-gated neighborhoods work with the natural beauty of the area by incorporating walking trials, natural ponds, mature plant life and access to the area's most popular outdoor recreational opportunities. Due to the placement of Keller between two major cities, this community is flanked by highways and major thoroughfares. Even the most serene Keller, TX subdivision is within 10 to 15 minutes from a major roadway or entertainment district.
The types of homes found in Keller vary based upon the age, size and scope of its included subdivision. Older subdivisions feature more traditional architectural designs, while new development homes highlight international design elements unique to the region. Established subdivisions, mostly those from the 1970s to 1980s, feature oversized lots with ample yard space. New development communities yield smaller yards, except in communities where homes reach the $1 million mark.
The average home in Keller, TX averages just under 3,000 square feet. The median listing price for this area is $325,000, with 20 percent of listing prices ranging from $300,000 to $399,000.