Featured Neighborhood: Belterra

BelterraBelterra offers homes ranging in size from 1,805-­4,697 square feet as well as amenities, such as a community recreation center, hiking and biking trails, local parks and a pool.


The neighborhood is located in Southwest Austin about 7 miles from Dripping Springs.


Build-out year: not built out
Builders include: Buffington Homes
Home values:  $299,500-$677,900
HOA dues (estimated): $500 annually, mandatory
Schools: Rooster Springs Elementary School, Dripping Springs Middle School, Dripping Springs High School


Property taxes (in dollars):
Dripping Springs ISD 1.5940
Hays County WCID No. 1 0.8750
Hays County 0.4465
Hays County ESD No. 6 0.0756
Special Road District 0.0438
North Hays County ESD No. 1 0.0300
Total (per $100 value) 3.0649


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