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Where to Buy

The Austin metropolitan area is much like the city itself - eclectic, welcoming, and offers something for everyone. Here, we’ll give a snapshot of the most popular areas. Of course, we are more than happy to dive deeper into these or other areas with you - just send us a note or give us a ring.


Cedar Park



  • Northern border of Austin, 17 miles from downtown

Notable Neighborhoods:

  • Avery Ranch (spans Austin and Cedar Park)

  • Twin Creeks

  • Anderson Mill West


  • 1,000 acres of city-owned parkland

  • 30 miles of trails

  • High-tech employer hub

  • HEB Center which hosts a multitude of sports and entertainment events

  • Part of the Exemplary-rated Leander Independent School District

Recent Achievements: 

  • One of the ‘Fastest-Growing Cities in the Country’

  • Ranked Third in the Nation for ‘America’s Best Suburbs for Growing Families’


Round Rock



  • North of Austin, 17 miles from downtown

Notable Neighborhoods:

  • Brushy Creek

  • Teravista

  • Forest Creek

  • Behrens Ranch


  • 37 parks, miles of hike and bike trails

  • Old Settlers Park

  • Brushy Creek Trail

  • Play for All Park

  • Rock n’ River Water Park

  • Round Rock Donuts

  • Part of the Acclaimed Round Rock Independent School District

Recent Achievements:

  • One of the ‘Coolest Suburbs in America’

  • One of the ‘Top 10 Most Affordable Places to Live’

  • Round Rock ISD Superintendent Steve Flores Ph.D. has been named the 2020 Texas Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) Superintendent of the Year




  • North of Austin, 30 miles from downtown

Notable Neighborhoods:

  • MorningStar

  • Rancho Sienna

  • University Park

  • San Gabriel Heights

  • Sun City (age-restricted community)


  • Historic downtown center

  • Lake Georgetown

  • San Gabriel Park

  • Inner Space Cavern

  • Georgetown Art Center

  • Palace Theatre

  • Georgetown Winery

  • Grape Creek Winery

  • Georgetown Independent School District

Recent Achievements:

  • Ranked #1 on Southern Living’s ‘South’s Best Cities to Live In’ list

  • Ranked within Southern Living’s ‘15 Affordable Small Towns We Love’




  • North of Austin, 23 miles from downtown

Notable Neighborhoods:

  • Crystal Falls

  • Vista Ridge

  • Travisso

  • Highland Oaks


  • Old Town Leander

  • Capital Metro Train - direct access to downtown Austin

  • Part of the Exemplary Leander Independent School District

Recent Achievements:

  • Ranked #1 Best Place to Raise a Family in Texas

  • Ranked one of the Safest Cities in Texas

  • Ranked for being one of the Highest Job Growth cities   


South Austin


  • 10-27 miles from downtown Austin

Notable Areas:

  • Circle C

  • Manchaca

  • Kyle

  • Buda


  • Circle C Ranch Metropolitan Park

  • Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

  • Austin Independent School District

  • Cabela’s

  • Hundreds of acres of hike and bike trails, parks

  • Historic downtown Buda

Recent Achievements

  • The Outdoor Capital of Texas (Buda)


West Austin/Lake Travis


  • West Austin, 11-18 miles

Notable Areas:

  • River Place

  • Steiner Ranch

  • Westminster Glen

  • Jester

  • Lakeway


  • Hill country views

  • Close to Lake Austin and Lake Travis

  • Variety of lake activities and boat slip access

  • Acres of hike and bike trails, parks

  • Exemplary schools - Leander ISD and Austin ISD

  • Steiner Ranch Steakhouse

Recent Achievements:

  • Best Master-Planned Community (Steiner Ranch)


Central Austin


  • In the heart of Austin, 0-2 miles from downtown

Notable Neighborhoods:

  • Allandale

  • Tarrytown

  • Rosedale

  • Zilker

  • Barton Hills

  • North Lamar

  • South Congress

  • Downtown


  • Close proximity to shops and restaurants

  • Zilker Metropolitan Park

  • Barton Springs Municipal Pool

  • Lady Bird Lake

  • Variety of lake activities

  • Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail and Boardwalk

  • University of Texas at Austin

  • The Capitol Visitors Center

  • The Bullock Texas State History Museum

Recent Achievements:


East Austin


  • 4-29 miles east of downtown Austin

Notable Areas:

  • Mueller

  • Hutto - (Northeast)

  • Manor

  • Pflugerville - (Northeast)


  • Roy Guerrero Park

  • Thinkery

  • Rolling hills, forests, farmlands

Recent Achievements:

  • One of the Fastest-Growing Communities in Texas (Hutto)

  • A ‘Top Place in Texas to Raise a Family’

  • One of the ‘2017 Best Suburbs for Millennials in Austin Metro’


Hill Country


  • 23-47 miles from downtown Austin

Notable Areas:

  • Dripping Springs

  • Marble Falls

  • Wimberley

  • Driftwood

  • Spicewood


  • Spring fed rivers

  • Beautiful swimming holes

  • Hill country views and rolling hills

  • Wineries

  • Breweries

  • Distilleries

  • Lake LBJ

  • Hamilton Pool

  • Jacob’s Well Natural Area

  • Blue Hole Regional Park

  • Lake Buchanan

  • Pace Bend Park

  • Krause Springs

Recent Achievements

  • Ranked as one of the ‘Suburbs with the Best Public Schools in Texas’ (Dripping Springs)

  • Home to music legend Willie Nelson (Spicewood)


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