WHERE HILL COUNTRY BEAUTY
IS PART OF EVERYDAY LIFE
Welcome to Austin. As
you’ll soon learn, Austinites
are very proud of the
unique culture and vibrant
economy that make ours
one of America’s most
We’re also proud of the
rugged beauty of our
natural environment. You
can make that beauty a
part of your everyday life at Sweetwater, a new master-planned community in western Travis County, where Austin
meets the Hill Country.
The Welcome Center at Sweetwater.
Imagine waking up in the morning to native birds singing from the
live oaks and ancient madrones dotting our dramatic canyons.
And coming home to the sun setting behind our rolling ridges as
the sky paints itself pink and purple.
Yet, even as Sweetwater offers you a peaceful escape from the
roar of the city, it also enables you to still be close to everything
you need and want.
Good schools for your children? Sweetwater is in the Lake Travis
Independent School District, which by virtually every measure
ranks among the very best in Texas. Each of the schools to which
Sweetwater students are assigned – Serene Hills Elementary, Lake
Travis Middle and Lake Travis High – is rated Exemplary by the
Texas Education Agency. To see how Lake Travis ISD compares
to other school districts in the area, check out the education report
on our website, www.SweetwaterLiving.com.
Shopping? Sweetwater is just five minutes from the Hill Country
Galleria, where you’ll find Dillard’s, Whole Foods, dozens of
other shops and restaurants, plus the multiplex Cinemark Theatres.
Just as close are the Best Buy, Lowe’s, and other stores and
restaurants of the Shops of the Galleria outdoor mall.
Medical care? The new Lakeway Regional Medical Center and
St. David’s Emergency Center are close at hand, along with
dozens of doctors’ offices.
Recreation? Well, there’s certainly
plenty nearby, including Lake
Travis for boating and golf at
some of the best courses in the
But you’ll also find plenty to do
right in Sweetwater. Our warm
and welcoming Sweetwater
Club, with its impressive Hill
Country-inspired architecture, is
sure to be everyone’s favorite
gathering spot. With flexible indoor spaces, plus an outdoor
covered pavilion and porches, the Club will be yours to enjoy
for birthday parties, yoga classes, book groups and most any
other reason friends and neighbors get together. And outdoors
you’ll find a resort-style pool and splash area, multi-purpose
sports court, an events lawn and fields for soccer, football and
At Sweetwater, you can choose from more than 50 new single-family home plans offered by six of America’s leading builders:
Ashton Wood, Coventry, David Weekley, Ryland, Taylor
Morrison and Drees Custom Homes. Prices range from the
$250s to the $600s.
These homes are designed not only for the way you live, but also
for energy efficiency and the health of the environment. Indeed,
every home built at Sweetwater is required to meet a recognized
national Green Building standard. You’ll find, for instance, that
the energy bills for every new home in Sweetwater is at least 25
percent lower than those of comparable models built just five
It is also noteworthy that Sweetwater has natural gas service.
Many Austin-area new home communities have only distributed
propane, for which rates are unregulated and often soar.
The best way to discover all that Sweetwater offers is to visit the
community. The Welcome Center and model homes are open
Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 6.
Sweetwater is on Hwy 71, five minutes west of RR 620. Call
(512) 264-3200 for more information.