within Avery Ranch, the City of Cedar Park
built an expansive 140-acre municipal park
complex adjacent to the neighborhood.
The main community center at Avery
Ranch has basketball, tennis and swim-
ming facilities, as well as an outdoor
amphitheater, and the Avery Ranch Golf
Course, was voted Best Overall Golf Course
by Avid Golfer magazine. Designed by
Andy Raugust, this spectacular course
features natural limestone caverns, live
oak trees, rolling hills and meandering
streams and lakes to create the total golf
Different neighborhoods with different
pricing within Avery Ranch make the
community affordable. The Austin Business
Journal rated Avery Ranch the Number One
Community in 2006, and it’s easy to see
why– it’s a master-planned community
of 1,800 homes that has everything from
entry-level homes to custom-built homes.
For example, there are homes starting
in the $170s and prices can go up to the
$800s in other area neighborhoods.
Avery Ranch is popular with young professionals, families, and empty nesters. Many
people build in Avery Ranch because they
like the area, and they also like the fact that
it’s a master- planned community with a
strong homeowners association. Its location
off Parmer Lane with easy access to area
tollways also hold wide appeal; it’s easy to
commute to major Austin employers and is
close to major shopping areas.
Lake Forest homeowners enjoy the benefits of a conveniently located community
that offers exceptional value, affordable
and luxurious style, beautiful natural
settings, and a host of amenities that give
a wide array of choices for today’s active
lifestyle. It’s no wonder that Lake Forest
has been heralded as one of the most innovative neighborhoods in the area and that
it’s been named one of Round Rock’s five-star communities.
Comprised of three villages featuring their
own unique style, Lake Forest avoids the
dreaded “cookie-cutter” design syndrome
found in many planned communities.
Homes in the three villages vary in size
and price, ranging from the upper $200’s,
with a variety of floor plans and designs
geared to accommodate an owner’s individual needs.
The natural setting of the area offers its
residents a beautiful, secluded environment of mature native trees, rich verdant
vegetation, wet creeks and a pond cutting
through the community center. Hike and
bike trails crisscross through the neighborhood and along Brushy Creek. There’s
also a junior Olympic swimming pool,
park, playscape and tennis courts.
Attention to details, such as tree-lined streets
with sidewalks and trails, and a community
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