Army families adjust to the idea of frequent moving and relocating overtime. At times it seems fun and exciting, at others, moving seems too hard. If you have received a PCS order to Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas, you should make use of your permissive leave and come down here to look for suitable houses for you and your family.
Moving isn’t just about the house you are moving in to, a lot of other factors also come into consideration. You have to be aware of the facilities you’ll get, the environment, schools and colleges and a lot more.
On-base housing is the choice you’ll most probably make if you have been living on-base previously as well. In 2001, military housing in Fort Hood was privatized. It is managed and controlled by Fort Hood Family Housing. The community is filled with beautifully architected houses and scenic neighborhoods.
The community is divided into different neighborhoods. Based on your choice and availability, you can decide the house you want to live in. Here are some of them:
Features And Amenities
Schools Near Fort Campbell
Gas and electric Utilities
All gas and electric utilities are included in your Basic Allowance for Housing. All Fort Hood houses are designed to conserve energy to the max and you are advised to use the electrical appliances accordingly.
Off-base housing gives you more freedom to adjust yourself according to your lifestyle. You will find that you have a lot of entertaining and fun options for your entire family in cities nearby Fort Hood.
Killeen (7 Miles from Base)
Gatesville (6.9 Miles from Base)
Belton (7 Miles from Base)
Nolanville (7 Miles from Base)
Coperras Cove (7 Miles from Base)
Temple (7 Miles from Base)
These are just a few of the schools. When you come here, you’ll find the cities loaded with schools and colleges.
Some local attractions include:
It is better that you do your research before hand and then consult your family for the final decision. Off-base or on-base, best of luck!
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