Copperas Cove is to the west of Killeen and Fort Hood, though it still bumps up against Fort Hood and has its own gate leading onto post. Even though its population is slightly more than Harker Heights at just over 33,000, it has a more small town and country feel than most of Killeen or Harker Heights.
Finding affordable homes with some space and views is very achievable, located on the edge of the Texas Hill Country. The real estate atop Skyline Mountain in particular can feature some spectacular views of the countryside.
The town was put on the map when Copperas Cove High School “Bulldog” Robert Griffin III won the Heisman Trophy as Baylor University’s quarterback, and went on to the NFL.
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Copperas Cove Neighborhood Map
List of Copperas Cove Neighborhoods
|Colonial Park||Dewberry Ridge||Heartwood Park|
|House Creek North||Mesa Verde||Morse Valley|
|Olgetree Gap||Reata Ranch||Skyline Estates/Oaks|
|Skyline Flats||Skyline Valley||Sunset Estates|
|The Reserve at Skyline Mountain||Thousand Oaks||Tonkawa Village|
|Turkey Creek||Walker Place|
|Real Estate Sales Statistics, 2015|
|Number of Homes Sold:||498|
|Median Home Price:||$110,750|
|Median Days on Market:||114|
Copperas Cove has a diverse housing market with options for just about everyone. The market has closely mirrored the Fort Hood area as a whole, with a median price just under the median for the entire Fort Hood Area.
Like the rest of Texas, Copperas Cove survived the 2008 housing crash relatively unscathed because home values had not climbed anywhere near as dramatically as they had in places like Florida, California and Nevada.