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Killeen, TX

Situated just an hour outside of bustling Austin and two hours away from Dallas is the city of Killeen, Texas. With a diverse population of 143,000, the city, whose motto is “where freedom grows,” has transformed over the years.

Once a small farming community, Killeen experienced significant growth that began in 1942 with the establishment of Fort Hood, one of the largest military bases in the world. Killeen is known as a military “boom town” because of its rapid expansion and high influx of soldiers. Many cultures are represented here, and the city offers something to interest them all.

Outdoor enthusiasts love the options that Killeen offers for fun in the sun. Golfers have their choice of three golf courses near town, with beautifully landscaped rolling hills and dense forests as a scenic backdrop. There are two lakes in the area where residents can enjoy swimming, fishing, boating or camping.

For a night out, head over to the Vive Les Arts Theatre, which produces plays and musicals throughout the year. The city holds numerous annual activities, including the Rodeo Killeen, a popular event that showcases some of the region’s finest competing cowboys, cowgirls and bullfighters. Other popular events are the summer movie and concert series and Killeen’s "Food Truck Fridays."

Residents and visitors can learn about military history at the 1st Cavalry Division Museum and the 3rd Armored Cavalry Museum, both of which are located within Fort Hood. Central Texas College, a two-year community college, is located in Killeen, and on the campus you will find the Mayborn Science Theater, one of the few planetariums in the state of Texas. Killeen is also home to Texas A&M University — Central Texas.

The median home value in Killeen is $114,600, and this low cost of homeownership makes Killeen attractive to buyers. A popular neighborhood in Killeen is Chaffee Village, an area of older, established homes. Santee Court/Shawnee Court is a neighborhood that features newer houses and townhomes, with a golf course nearby.

Compelling military history, low cost of living, plenty of outdoor recreation and proximity to Austin could be just what you are looking for in a smaller Texas city.

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