with plans for homes built in later phases to
range in price as high as $1 million.
Great property values, quality education,
and close proximity to fishing, boating
and water skiing makes Buttercup Creek a
popular choice with homebuyers. Homes in
the master-planned community of Buttercup
Creek are affordable and offer more home
for the money, as well as a prime location
ideally suited for those who enjoy an active,
The first homes in Buttercup Creek were built
in the 1980s. Now, with Lakeline Mall and
the development of popular retail stores and
services in Cedar Park, Buttercup Creek has
continued to expand and is an excellent value.
Average costs for homes in Buttercup Creek
range between the $220s and $450s, with
more established areas costing less and
giving buyers more selection when consid-
ering whether to opt for a resale or new
home. The community’s Westside Preserve
section offers more expensive homes with
larger floor plans and more amenities and
is ideally situated for those who enjoy living
near Lake Travis and want easy access to the
water, while giving residents the convenience
of nearby shopping and fine restaurants.
Bounded by Highway 183 on the east,
Buttercup Creek has grown to Lakeline
Mall, with Cypress Creek Road as its
northern boundary to West Park on the
south. Students attend school in the highly
rated Leander Independent School District.
Singles, couples, empty nesters and retirees
also enjoy the advantages of Buttercup
Creek’s ideal location next to Highway 183A
and SH- 45. The toll road system allows for
easier access to and from work and shop-
ping, and helps to cut commute times.
Residents also enjoy hiking and biking on
the multi-purpose trails that wind around
the area, tennis, and other activities. There’s
also a popular senior citizen activity center
in the community.
A small rural Texas community located
about 34 miles from Austin, Florence has
a long history that dates back to the 1850s,
and in its heyday boasted retail stores,
hotels, a bank, a stone quarry and even a
cheese factory. The Bartlett and Western
Railway depot was popular with cotton and
wheat farmers and cattle ranchers, and it
seemed this little town’s star was on the rise.
With the Great Depression came an economic downturn
Located just 17 miles from downtown
Austin, Cedar Park has all the advantages
of being located close to city living and
attractions, while also giving residents all
the advantages of small town living.
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