Whittier Heights is named for 19th Century New England poet John Greenleaf Whittier, known for his love of nature and humankind. Whittier Heights boasts majestic topography, stunning views of natural beauty and neighborhood-defining architectural landmarks. Two such landmarks are the 36-foot tall Whittier Heights spire, positioned at the north end of the neighborhood’s grand entry boulevard, and the Whittier Heights lakeside pavilion, a circa 1760 restored New World Dutch Barn.
The outdoor activity friendly neighborhood is adjacent to the city’s new 27-acre McPherson Park, lavishly enhanced for organized and informal recreational uses by the public.
Many Whittier Heights homesites afford extraordinary vistas of the development’s large private nature preserves that include riverine forests, lakes, and large rock outcroppings. Additionally, over 5,000 trees are being planted down the grand entry drive, along the quiet residential streets, in homeowners’ yards, and around lakes.
The acclaimed Keller ISD serves Whittier Heights. Liberty Elementary, within walking distance of the development, opened in the fall of 2005.
Custom built homes in Whittier Heights range upward in price from around $600,000.
Good Neighborhoods Make Great Neighbors:
Whittier Heights is part of a carefully-planned complex of contiguous developments that share neighborhood-defining features as well as high standards for development and new home construction not found in less ambitious environs. Click here to view an interactive map of these timeless communities of custom homes and their noteworthy amenities.