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Austin New Home Communities

Posted by Richard Soto on Monday, July 28th, 2014 at 10:47am.

Austin may have a long-established tradition of vibrant nightlife, a cutting edge music scene, and enough Longhorns to throw the biggest barbecue in Texas, but in its more residential areas, Austin offers new (and often luxurious) communities built with you and the family in mind.

Santa Rita Ranch

One of the Austin area's newest master-planned communities Santa Rita Ranch combines a neighborhood feel with Hill Country style. Kids walk to school (at either the Georgetown or Liberty Hills ISD) here, and skipping rocks in the San Gabriel River is actually a thing people do. Santa Rita offers a family sports complex and sports fields; pools and splash park; a vibrant town center; and a web of hiking, biking, and nature trails from your own backyard.


Belterra, one of central Texas’ premier master-planned community, blends urban lifestyle with natural beauty (hence the name, which means “beautiful land.”) Mere minutes from downtown Austin, Belterra is nestled in 1,600 acres of Texas Hill Country and is an oasis of resort-style amenities designed to enhance the Texas countryside just outside your back door. The community is also eclectic in its design. No two neighborhoods are the same, and each offers its own unique features, such as walking paths, covered picnic areas, playground areas, and fitness stops.  It also features 400 acres of open space and an abundant greenbelt connecting the neighborhoods. Children attend the award-winning Dripping Springs ISD.

Cimarron Hills

Halfway between the big city and the Hill Country is Georgetown, which features the new and luxurious Cimarron Hills ‒‒ a private, Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course country club with some of the most sought-after high-end real estate in central Texas. These 820 acres on the edge of the Hill Country, feature green belts, walks along the banks of the gorgeous San Gabriel River, and a 14-acre manmade lake. Homes are only minutes away from the historic Georgetown Square, Dell Computers, and the Greater Austin area’s high tech sector.

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