Housing Developments

Cross Country EstatesCross Country Estates

One mile north of the intersection of Hwy 169 and Hwy 44, on the west side of Hwy 169. Thirty-four country lots with hard surface seal-coated streets, CenturyLink, Xenia rural water, Mid-American gas and electric, and city sewer.

Cross Country LivingCountry Living Estates

One mile north of the intersection of Hwy 169 and Hwy 44, on the east side of Hwy 169. Fifty-two country lots surrounding a ten-acre neighborhood lake. Hard surface seal-coated streets, CenturyLink, Xenia rural water, Mid-American gas and electric, and city sewer.

Lyn Crest EstatesLyn Crest Estates

On the south side of Dallas Center, this development begins just south of Hickory Court off Fair View Drive. The newly paved Elm Court and Oak Court each contain 15 single family residential lots. Plat 5 contains nine bi-attached residential lots. This area is in close proximity to the Raccoon River Valley Trail.

The Neighborhood of Dallas CenterThe Neighborhood of Dallas Center

South at the intersection of Hwy 44 and Fairview Drive at the east end of Dallas Center. Sixty-seven acres of housing will be connected by a network of paths, streets and lanes that encourage walking and biking. Every home will have geothermal heating, will be wired to accommodate many uses like advanced security systems, sound systems, and network computers, and will have a built-in central vacuum system and lawn sprinkler system.

Trail View PointeTrail View Pointe

On the the east side of Dallas Center, the development begins south of the intersection of Linden Street and 8th Street. Trail View Pointe covers ten acres and consists of 34 single family residential lots, some of which border the Raccoon River Valley Trail.