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Floor Plans & Pricing
Description & Name
1/1 with Wood FloorsA1/Ph I
1/1 with Wood FloorsPh II
2/2 with Wood FloorsB1/Ph I
2/2 Townhome with Wood FloorsPh II
3/2 with Wood FloorsC1/Ph I
3/2 Townhome with Wood FloorsPh II
Amenities & Features
1 Laundry Room
Cedar Hill ISD
Cedar Hill Collegiate H S
Cats and Dogs
2 Pets Max
100 lbs. Max
Breed Restrictions Apply
$300 Non Refund. Pet Fee
$20/mo Pet Rent
Formerly Known as High Pointe Village I
Duncanville - DeSoto - Cedar Hill - Lancaster
$50 App Fee
Hours: MF 9-6, SA 10-5, SU 1-5
Lease Terms: 6-12
Management: Avenue5 Residential
Year Built: 1980
(Remodeled in 2018)
From Interstate 20 Frontage Road and S Cockrell Hill Road, Dallas, Texas, drive southeast on Lyndon B Johnson Freeway toward S Cockrell Hill Road. Take the ramp onto I-20 E. Take exit 464B to merge onto US-67 S toward Cleburne. Take the exit toward Belt Line Road. Merge onto US-67 Frontage. Make a left turn onto W Belt Line Road. Make a right turn onto S Clark Road. Make a U-turn. Hangar I & II Apartments will be on the right.
About Hangar I & II
The Apartments at the High Pointe Village I are nestled in a quiet neighborhood a few blocks from State Route 67 and Cedar Hill High School in Dallas, Texas. There are several nearby places to eat at like Campuzano Mexican Food, Burger King, Azteca Mexican, Chili's Bar & Grill, Romano's Macaroni Grill, Chipotle Mexican Grill, and Chic-fil-A. When people are looking for something sweet Dairy Queen and Braum's Ice Cream and Burger Restaurant are just the right place to visit. Nova Gymnastics and U-Need Nails are also close to the apartments for convenient use.
Easy access to Interstate 20 and 35 E gives everyone the chance to visit Downtown Dallas for some fresh produce at the Dallas Farmers Market. The Dallas Zoo and the Dallas World Aquarium are some of the most famous places to visit in the Downtown area. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, the Winspear Opera House, and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science are the perfect places to visit on rainy days. Six Flags is a fun place for people who love to ride roller coasters. Sports fanatics often take a trip to the Dallas Cowboys Stadium or the Texas Rangers Ball Park to grab a home game.