Affordable, Attractive Homes with Impressive Community Amenities
The residential phase of Cedar Park Town Center, developed by DR Horton Homes, is a master-planned community and just the first part of the overall 400-acre town center plan. Wide roads and a towering entry monument mark the town center with much of the land now in development. DR Horton’s residential phase began in 2003, and there are still newly constructed homes available.
Slanted toward the Craftsman style, the area’s affordable homes feature a traditional look with rear-entry garages and back alleys. Framed by the area’s majestic oaks, the neighborhood presents a picture of small-town charm, while still offering all the modern conveniences of urban living.
Managed by an HOA, Cedar Park Town Center homeowners enjoy the junior Olympic-size pool with wading pool and fun water features. Hike-and-bike trails meander around scenic neighborhood lakes.
Spectacular Recreation, Convenient Shopping and Well-Regarded Schools
Cedar Park Town Center homeowners have a good selection of shopping and dining conveniently located nearby. The neighborhood is only five minutes from the 1890 Ranch Shopping Center with over 80 stores and restaurants including Super Target, Ross, Hobby Lobby, Petco, Gold’s Gym and a 12-screen Cinemark Theater. Also about 5 minutes from home, Lakeline Mall includes over 150 stores and restaurants for neighborhood shoppers and diners to enjoy.
Even more impressive, the recreational amenities are spectacular. Located within the neighborhood, the 47,000-square-foot Cedar Park Recreation Center provides fitness, fun and learning activities for children, teens and adults. The center offers two full-court gyms; weight and cardio rooms; exercise, meeting, crafts and game rooms; an elevated track, and babysitting. Low prices and great benefits keep the center popular.
Homeowners are also attracted to the area’s highly regarded schools. Students attend schools in the Leander independent School District including Lois F. Giddens Elementary School, Wiley Middle School and Vista Ridge High School. The Texas Education Agency rated both Giddens Elementary and Wiley Middle School as “Recognized”, while Vista Ridge High School earned a rating of “Academically Acceptable.”
A Great Place to Grow
In the growing small suburban town of Cedar Park, residential and commercial areas flow seamlessly together with schools, playgrounds, neighborhood pools, a lake and open spaces — all included in the plan.
Close to Texas Hill Country, residents have access to natural wildlife areas while being in a safe, quiet neighborhood managed by a homeowners association. Cedar Park Town Center provides Cedar Park with affordable homes developed by national builders in a mixed-use environment. Roads, sidewalks and hike-and-bike trails are all designed to maximize connectivity and ease of mobility for those who live in this community.
As the city of Cedar Park celebrates its 40th anniversary, residents are asked to participate in ImagineCedarPark.com, an interactive online conversation about the future of the town and the area surrounding it. “Cedar Park has long been a ‘planning city’,” says Matt Powell, Mayor of Cedar Park. “I encourage residents to actively participate and help us determine ‘what’s next’ for our city. As beautiful as Cedar Park is today, our future is even brighter. With the help of our residents, we will imagine that future together.”