If you are planning a local move and Keller is on your radar, we prepared a list of things you should know before you move here.
First of all, you should think about location. If you are a professional that needs to commute because of work, you should think about what is most convenient for that. Are you a stay-at-home mom who wants to live near parks, schools and family-friendly activities? Good thing to know is that Keller is convenient for all of that, it is close to the airport, Fort Worth and only 32 miles away from Dallas.
Keller is one of the best places in Texas to raise your family. It is a family friendly suburb with great public schools and a low crime rate. It is also one of the safest places in the US. From a fun farmers market to a two-day festival celebrating all things Keller, you’ll find plenty of year-round fun for every member of your family. There are many family-friendly events throughout the year.
Hey, it wouldn’t be Texas if it wasn’t hot. If you’re a fan of warm weather, you’ll love (and occasionally love to hate) the weather in Keller. Summer temperatures can reach triple digits in the summer, but the trade-off is mild winters with lows in the 50’s and 60’s.
Cost of Living
Keller is a desirable place to live. As such, the cost of living reflects that. As of 2018, the median home value is $397,700 according to Zillow. Just be sure to set your budget—and your expectations—accordingly.
What to do in Keller
Old Town Keller is new again thanks to modern improvements. There are many local businesses and you can enjoy the mix of history and modern amenities. Shopping and dining is one of the main activities for residents of Keller.
Throughout the year there are many festivals, so don’t worry about having fun, there are plenty.
You don’t need a gym to stay fit in Keller; you just need to love fresh air and community parks. Keller offers more than 300 acres of parks including 11 parks and 26 miles of hiking and biking trails. From The Parks at Town Center, which features a 1.1 mile trail, two lakes and a butterfly garden to K-9 Pointe Dog Park which offers separate areas for large and small dogs plus agility equipment and plenty of shade for hot summer days, there’s open space for everyone in Keller.