of the San Gabriel River. Homes in Liberty
Hill start around the $149s and typically
have a bit of acreage and Hill Country views,
which makes it a great place for people who
want that relaxed, country atmosphere.
The home of Dell, Inc. and other technology
firms, affordable housing, superb school
system, and quality of life are just a few of
the reasons Round Rock is so popular.
The Round Rock Independent School
District has been named one of the nation’s
top school districts, with multiple campuses
that are named national Blue Ribbon schools
year after year. Round Rock Medical Center,
located on FM 620, off IH- 35, provides
comprehensive health services to residents
of the expanding Williamson County population. Services include The Heart Center
with express testing and inpatient capacity of
107 beds with private rooms, The Women’s
Center, and an emergency room.
The Round Rock Express, a Triple-A
minor league team owned by Nolan Ryan
and the farm team for the Texas Rangers,
also calls Round Rock home, playing at
the Dell Diamond – one of the finest
minor league stadiums in the nation.
Round Rock Premium Outlets gives
fashion-conscious shoppers their choice
of shopping, with more than 120 stores
that feature name-brand merchandise at
savings of 25 to 65 percent off regular
retail prices every day.
Rich in a history that includes Native American tribes, cowboys, and even an outlaw or
two, Avery Ranch is poised to bring the best
the modern world has to offer to its residents,
from a 226-acre golf course to homes hard-wired for fiber-optic and other broadband
services – all within a natural setting of hike
and bike trails, natural ponds, and parklands.
Located just 20 minutes northwest of Austin,
the Avery Ranch Golf Course offers a variety
of amenities, including a 15-acre driving range
with chipping, putting, and bunker practice
areas. But Avery Ranch is more than just a
golfing community, presenting distinctive
features for every type of family and interest.
The community of Avery Ranch has been
planned in such a way that the oak tree
lined streets meander through the neighborhood; and trails connect to an abundance
of places for families to walk, swim, or play,
thus giving residents a greater chance to get
to know each other. The Regional Hike and