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Killeen, TX is becoming quite the city in its own right. About 70 miles north of Austin, 60 miles south of Waco, this area has a lot to offer. For home buyers looking for a new community that is up and coming in just the right type of neighborhood, Killeen is the place to be.
What Makes Killeen Special?
If homebuyers are looking for an area that is far enough away from the hustle and bustle of larger cities like Austin, Killeen is a great option. The population has grown exponentially in recent years, upwards of 138,000 people. That means even more opportunity to find big city amenities at small town prices.
Killeen residents have access to Killeen Independent School District, which has over 50 campuses for students K-12. Parents of college-aged kids will also be happy to keep their kids close; Texas A&M Central Texas is located in Killeen. On top of that, there is a rich Parks and Recreation department in the area. A community center, an aquatic center, a recreation center, and miles of bike and walking trails make for plenty of chances to exercise and have fun.
Historic downtown Killeen offers homeowners a great way to spend evenings and weekends. From tons of local events, unique restaurants, shops, and galleries, there’s always something going on. Residents of any age can enjoy Stillhouse Lake, from swimming to fishing to boating.
Living in Killeen is made easy thanks to tons of options for grocery, shopping, and more. H-E-B Plus, Target, and large chain stores are all in the area. The Killeen Mall is also a popular place for finding great deals. Local businesses downtown are also thriving and provide plenty of options for one-of-a-kind buys.
Parents and individuals don’t have to worry about being too far away from hospitals and excellent personal care, either. The Metroplex Adventist Hospital and the Seton Medical Center at Harker Heights are just a few minutes away, along with a number of family practitioners in the immediate area.
With fast access to the I-35 corridor, even commuters can get where they need to go quickly. And because Killeen is home to Fort Hood, there is a thriving military economy in the area. Education, construction, and medical sectors are also popular for people who want to live and work in Killeen.
If home buyers like what they see when they visit Killeen, they’ll love the homes in the area. With new home communities offering homes starting in the low $100s, Killeen is a great option for home, work, school, and play.