Imagine living in Keller Texas, a community focused on parks, nature paths, outdoor recreation. Living in Keller, located just west of Southlake, means enjoying 26 miles of trails and 11 parks. Continued development brings essential retail to your doorstep. Keller remains a popular suburb of DFW.
Things to do
Living in Keller means access to The Keller Pointe, a city recreation center including indoor and outdoor pools, a workout facility and more. Nestled in the Bear Creek park area the Keller Pointe is easily access by car, bike or foot. Located near the central focal point, Keller Town Center, one can easily access shopping, treats, boutiques, all within a short span. Keller Moviehouse & Eatery offers movies with an upscale dine-in experience that adults and kids alike look forward to. The Keller Town Center features Farmers Market on Saturdays. The gorgeous pond offers relaxing picnics, fishing, and fun family time enjoying ducks, turtles and the trails. Historic Main Street in Keller offers unique bakeries, tea gardens, art, unique shopping and all kinds of fun things to discover! The Birch Racquet & Lawn Club recently opened and offers world class tennis instruction, drills, teams and socials. The cafe offers good, clean food!
Keller ISD offers an excellent educational opportunity for today’s students. Keller High School is known for their arts program, choir and band. They also have excellent athletics including tennis, football, and volleyball. The Dent Tennis Academy is for serious students with their eye on a professional tennis career.
Living in Keller offers quick access to both I-35, 170, State Hwy 114, the Alliance area, downtown Fort Worth and DFW airport. Main thoroughfares include Keller Parkway (same street as Golden Triangle and Southlake Blvd/1709), North Tarrant Parkway, and northern sections of Rufe Snow.
Keystone communities include Hidden Lakes, Overton Ridge, Marshall Ridge, Heritage, Watermere (55+), Harmonson Farms, Adalina, Bloomfield, The Manors at Waterford and more. For those seeking a private residence on a wooded lot, opportunity exists particularly on the northern edge close to Westlake. Keller’s historic area along 377 offers dining and locally owned specialty shops, as well as medical services. Expanded shopping and dining is easily found in the Heritage area to the west.