Heartland, Texas

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Heartland TX was founded in 2006 and is an unincorporated community located in Kaufman County, Texas, United States. The 2,000 acre master-planned community is located 25 miles east of Downtown Dallas[1] and is part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. The community is served by the Crandall Independent School District. There are two of seven planned schools within Heartland. The community includes a 35-acre stocked lake with a fishing pier, many hike and bike trails (designed to make it safer for children to walk to school), parks, a junior-olympic swimming pool, a playground, a baseball field, a soccer field and a basketball court. In 2009 Heartland was awarded community of the year by The Homebuilders Association of Greater Dallas.[2] Homes range from $200,000,s and up and consistent of homes built by Bloomfield Homes, Lennar, Highland Homes, History Maker and Impression Homes. In July 2018 a new 6 million dollar amenity center is underway and will include a clubhouse, gym, a large water park and much more.

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