Chase Oaks Homes for Sale
One of the most desirable neighborhoods in Keller is Chase Oaks bordered by Highway 377 on the west and Rufe Snow Drive on the east. There are some 215 homes in this popular neighborhood established in 1995. An estimated 82 percent of residents own their homes; the average age of homeowners is 45. The average cost of a home in Chase Oaks is $421,770 with the size of the homes ranging from 1,400 to 3,500 square feet. Homeowners’ dues are $200 a year.
Quiet and accessible, Chase Oaks boasts neighborhood parks, a jogging trail, a playground, and nearby shopping and dining. The area is served by the accredited Keller Independent School District as well as private schools nearby. Also nearby are churches of all denominations. Residents give high marks to Chase Oaks because it is “clean, safe, well-maintained” and “walkable.” Add to these positive qualities “family-friendly” and you have a neighborhood that offers an outstanding quality of life for all ages.
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NTREIS data last updated April 18, 2021.
More about Keller Texas
Recognized as one of the best places to live in the country by numerous rating services, Keller, Texas offers a special mix of small-town charm with big-city amenities.
With a population of 45,000—and growing—Keller is located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro area in Tarrant County. Dallas is just 32 miles east and Fort Worth is 18 miles west of this warm and welcoming community. Keller is conveniently located just 11 miles from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and 30 miles from Dallas Love Field Airport.
Keller has the distinction of being rated among the “Best Small Cities in America by” WalletHub and other rating services and “safest neighborhoods” by the Dallas Morning News. Niche, a website that analyzes and rates places to live around the country, praises Keller as one of the best places to raise a family in Texas as well as one of the best places for home purchases in Texas. The average home price in Keller is $350,000.
New residents are drawn to Keller because of its suburban feel, many parks and trails, low crime rate, comfortable weather, highly rated schools, and natural beauty. And, there are lots of things for kids of all ages to do in Keller. A city crown jewel is the Keller Pointe Aquatic Center. The city has a library which offers some 80,000 materials as well as on-line services. Next door to the library is a senior center whose programs emphasize fellowship and health and wellness for seniors in Keller. Add to these resources conveniently located coffee shops, restaurants and shopping choices and you end up with a very special community.
One of the most popular areas to visit is “Old Town Keller,” a historical shopping district adjacent to Highway 377. Located within the original townsite, the district’s atmosphere reflects Keller’s history as a thriving stop on the Texas Pacific Railroad and farming community dating back to 1886. Throughout the year, the Old Town Keller Merchants Association coordinates many events that residents and their families and guests can enjoy.