Spotlight Series – Heath

Welcome to our Spotlight Series where we will be sharing something FAB about cities in our great D.FW…starting from A-Z.

18th Stop: Heath

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Community Population:
8,058
Location:
Rockwall and Kaufman Counties
Housing Units:
Approximately 2,660
City Type:
Home Rule City
Incorporated:
October 12, 1959
Median Age:
44.9 years
Median Home Value:
$373,632
Median Household Income:
$126,375

Heath is a community of more than 7,400 residents. The City of Heath is committed to preserving a special way of life where rolling hills and the sparkling lake provide a serene backdrop for beautiful neighborhoods and distinctive homes.

While this pastoral setting offers a sense of being removed from the bustle of city life, residents enjoy spectacular views of the Dallas skyline and easy access to the business, cultural and entertainment amenities of the Metroplex.  Image result for heath texas + parks

 

Heath’s growing trail system and two municipal parks, including one along the lake, contribute to an enjoyable lifestyle. First-class recreational opportunities are also offered by Rush Creek Yacht Club, home to Olympic Gold Medalist sailors, and the award-winning Buffalo Creek Golf and Country Club.Related image

Exemplary schools include the state-of-the-art Rockwall-Heath High School. The City welcomes the advent of low-impact businesses to provide goods, services and entertainment to its growing population.

For more information about Heath and other communities within our exciting Dallas Metro, contact us at 214.769.2142.

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