Nestled along the Blanco River at the foot of the Texas Hill Country, you’ll find Blanco Vista, a 575-acre master planned community with eight distinct neighborhood enclaves and an array of thoughtfully planned home designs for all stages of homebuyers.
Voted “Best Overall Community” by the Home Builders
Association of Greater Austin, Blanco Vista is the area’s
only master-planned community. Developed by Brookfield
Residential, North America’s fourth largest residential
developer, Blanco Vista is Texas-style proof of Brookfield’s
passion for creating the best places to call home.
EMPHASIS ON EDUCATION
Located in the heart of the community, Blanco Vista Elementary
is part of the TEA-recognized Hays Consolidated Independent
School District, and is the site for the district’s Science,
Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) magnet
program. Blanco Vista Elementary is a walkable campus that
supports a respectful, diverse community of learners.
Just beyond our back door is Texas State University, the fifth
largest university in the state. Experience the college vibe
with performances at TSU’s new Performing Arts Center,
undergraduate and graduate programs, and a wealth of
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ACTIVE AND AMENITY RICH
Outdoor and active, Blanco Vista is ideal for adventurers
of all types and ages. Cool off from the Texas heat in our
Junior Olympic pool, or head to our popular kids’ Splash Pad.
Cast a line in the stocked community fishing pond, or hit the
nature trails for hiking and biking throughout our distinctive
neighborhoods. Right next door is Five Mile Dam Park, a wide
open green space that’s like our own backyard. Soccer fans will
love the Youth Regional Soccer Complex, where you can dribble,
shoot and score, then get together afterwards for a Texas-sized
picnic at the Blanco Vista Community Center pavilion.
Brookfield Residential’s carefully crafted Blanco Vista
community blends big city connectivity with a small town
heartbeat. Located in San Marcos, which is ranked one of
America’s Top Ten Best Small Towns, residents have access
to over 32 square miles of parks, public access river frontage,
and some of the area’s best food, outdoor venues, historic
landmarks and multi-cultural activities.
Pack in a full day at the San Marcos or Blanco River for water
sports, riverfront dining or picnicking with friends by the
shore. Discover new performers at the area’s many live music
venues, where local and national artists perform in intimate
and homespun atmospheres. Shop for art and antiques at area
artisan boutiques, or conquer the nearby outlet mall for best-ever bargains.