With more traditionally built homes in a prime setting, the neighborhood of Heartland Hills puts new residents close to everything they want and need in the Bellevue area. Many of the homes of Heartland Hills were built-up around the late 1990s through the mid 2000s, providing more modern features and finishes in the homes of this neighborhood. Close to 36th and Capehart Road, the Bellevue community is also not far from major roadways in the area, making for an easier commute. As well, the homes of this neighborhood sit conveniently close to an area school, covered by the Bellevue Public School District.
Priced starting around the mid to high $100,000s, other homes in Heartland Hills are priced into the high $200,000s. A majority of homes in the area offer at least three-bedrooms and two- to three-baths. As well, they often come in ranch and two-story floor plans. Common features of the homes include some upgrades such as near paint and new flooring, as well as some large finished basements.
Usually homes in the neighborhood of Heartland Hills start at around 1,300 square feet of living space, with other homes providing upwards of 1,700 square feet of space. It’s also common to find homes in the area with up to ¼-acre lots and a two-car garage, although you may also find some larger lots in the neighborhood. Residents of Heartland Hills fund a small annual assessment fee of less than $100. This goes to help take care of common area maintenance needs for the entire community of Heartland Hills.
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Listing information last updated on April 5th, 2020 at 1:30am CDT.