Maypearl Hidden Hills offers country living at its best in a beautiful gated community with big city amenities. Come visit the community and pick out your wooded acre plus lot in one of the highest elevation points in Ellis County. Located on FM 66 between Waxahachie and Maypearl, Hidden Hills features 55 reasonably priced lots ranging from 1 to 3 acres.
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Gated community
Wooded lots all in excess of 1 acre
All underground utilities, including sewer connection
Homeowners’ Association
Free one year membership to the Lakeview Camp and Retreat fitness center
Concrete streets
Access to private fishing pond
Highest elevations in Ellis County
No city tax

History of Hidden Hills

Before Hidden Hills was an upscale, gated community in the rolling hills of southern Ellis County, it was a turkey farm. The land was owned and operated by the Len Sullivan Family to raise and process turkeys for families all over the State of Texas (you may even see a stray, now wild, turkey run through the neighborhood on occasion). When Mr. Sullivan became too old to care for the property, he made the decision to sell it to the North Texas District Council of the Assemblies of God (the District), who already owned Lakeview Camp and Retreat Center (the Camp) off of FM 66.
The District later decided to move their headquarters to a portion of the land purchased from the Sullivan Family and enter into a partnership with Maypearl Hidden Hills to develop upscale residential lots in the hidden area around the land’s pond. The District agreed to the project with the understanding that once Hidden Hills recovers its development costs, it will begin to pay them for the land (approx. 100 acres). The money from the sale of the land to Hidden Hills would then be used to help pay for the new District headquarters building.  The District uses the new headquarters building to lead, train, and encourage it’s more than 1,700 credentialed ministers serving almost 600 churches in the North Texas area as well as facilitate, develop and plant new churches in North Texas. As a result, with the purchase of each lot in Hidden Hills, the homeowners have an opportunity to not only experience country living at its best but also help churches minister in communities all over North Texas.