Hurst Hills – Hurst, Texas

Hurst Hills is a neighborhood in Hurst, Texas. Hurst Hills mostly features midsize homes that are very reasonably priced. This is a well-established community that continues to attract interest from buyers looking in the Hurst area.

Award-winning architects designed each home in Hurst Hills Addition real estate. The homes are conveniently located and designed to enhance the community and the appeal of the homes. What other builders sell as upgrades are standard features on all the Hurst Hills Addition homes for sale. Large natural-growth oak trees and bigger lots give the area a grand presence of a well-established community.

Residences feature a combination of brick and stone facades and higher-end finishes. New homes are green-built to guarantee less consumption of energy, decrease greenhouse gas emissions, lower maintenance costs, and improve indoor air quality. 

Children living within Hurst Hills Addition can receive their education from Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD or Birdville ISD. Depending on their age, students may enroll at Hurst Hills Elementary, Hurst J High, Birdville High, and Bell High schools. Tarrant County College offers a nearby tertiary education option. Take a break from the world to go into your imaginative world with the books at Hurst Public Library. Here, you’ll find countless books to tickle your brain with a great story.

Schools

  • Hurst J High School – Located in the southwest corner of Hurst, Texas, Hurst Junior High was originally built in 1953 and opened as North Hurst Elementary. The building was converted to a junior high in 1959. In January of 2000, a new two-story Hurst Jr. High was opened. Feeder schools include Bellaire, Harrison Lane, Hurst Hills, West Hurst, and River Trails Elementary Schools.
  • Hurst Hills Elementary School – The Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD was founded in 1958 when three cities kept their local governments separate but merged their school districts in order to become even more competitive and high-performing. HEB ISD’s rich history of excellence is demonstrated today through International Baccalaureate, Asian languages, Spanish Immersion, Core Knowledge Pre-K, and sister schools in China and India. These international programs provide HEB ISD students with a world-class education that prepares them to compete in a global economy.
  • Birdville ISD – Today, Birdville ISD is the fourth largest school district in Northeast Tarrant County, with 32 campuses, and serves a growing population of 120,000 residents and more than 22,400 students. The district spans 40 miles and is located at the “hub” of the Fort Worth-Dallas metroplex. The entire community of Richland Hills and parts of Colleyville, Fort Worth, Haltom City, Hurst, North Richland Hills, and Watauga are within its boundaries.

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