Austin and Surrounding Cities
As the 35th largest metropolitan area in the US, the greater Austin area is the ideal place to build your new home. Whether you want to to be near some of Texas’ biggest historical spots, or you want to live near one of the area’s many rivers, Austin has the perfect space for you.
Dripping Spring is part of the Sustainable Places Project, as well as a recognized brewery, winery, and distillery destination.
A small town North of San Marcos, Driftwood is the perfect place to build a home away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
As one of Austin’s fastest growing suburbs, Buda is a great place to live for homeowners who wish to commute to work in Austin.
Not only is Kyle one of the fastest-growing cities in Texas, but it is also rich in history, from being the home of Texas A&M’s Kyle Field namesake, to the location of the Katherine Anne Porter Literary Center.
Located 17 miles north of Downtown Austin, Round Rock is perfect for the homeowner who wants to live in the suburbs, but not too far away from the city.
Georgetown is home of Southwestern University, the oldest university in Texas, and the annual Red Poppy Festival.
Located next to Lake Travis, Lakeway is the perfect small town for the homeowner who who wants to live near the water.
Located on the West side of Austin, Westlake Hills is a beautiful suburb perfect for your new custom home.
Pflugerville is located 14 miles northeast of downtown Austin, so it is perfect for the homeowner who wants to live outside of the city, but still a commutable distance to Austin.
Spicewood is perfect for the homeowner who wants to be away from the city. This small town is beautiful, and full of history.