New communities in Cedar Park and Leander in 2017

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New communities


The following residential developments contain homes that will be ready for residents in 2017. This list is not comprehensive.


1. Cedar Grove
1404 Brashear Lane, Cedar Park
www.drhorton.com
512-888-7600
Single-family homes from the $241,000s range from 1,400-2,633 square feet.


2. Cottages at Crystal Falls
1709 Rowdy Loop, Leander
http://texas.brookfieldresidential.com
512-982-4877
Prices range from $269,990-$320,781 with square footages from 1,337-1,751 square feet.


3. Crystal Falls Mesa Oaks and The Plateau
2012 Champions Corner Drive, Leander
www.taylormorrison.com
512-690-2364
Homes start in the upper $200,000s and range from 2,000 to more than 3,400 square feet.


4. Edgewater
13701 Ronald Reagan Blvd., Cedar Park
www.brohnhomes.com
512-948-1166
Home prices range from $281,990-$404,990 for 1,595-3,102 square feet.


5. Leander Crossing
824 Anahuac Drive, Leander
www.gehanhomes.com
737-777-3577
Homes start at $326,990 and range in size from 2,400-4,016 square feet.


6. Mason Hills
1528 Carmine Drive, Leander
www.gehanhomes.com
737-777-3663
New homes range from $294,995-$357,995 and 2,325-3,959 square feet.


7. Starlight Village
1001 Horizon Park Blvd., Leander
www.starlightvillagehomes.com
512-636-5978
Prices range from $300,000- $500,000, and sizes range from 1,300-3,000 square feet.


8. Stewart Crossing
1529 Carlene Pruett St., Leander
www.meritagehomes.com
877-275-6374
New homes range in price from $236,990-$297,990. Sizes range from 1,562-2,783 square feet.


9. West Parke
West Park Street, Cedar Park, near the intersection of Park and South Lakeline Boulevard
www.dreeshomes.com
866-265-2980
Homes range in price from $459,900-$591,900 with square footages from 2,554-4,724.


10. Whitestone Landing
3220 E. Whitestone Blvd.,  Cedar Park
www.mymilestone.com
512-215-5220
Home prices start at $251,990 and range in size from 1,272-2,554 square feet.


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By Caitlin Perrone
Caitlin covers Cedar Park and Leander city councils and reports on education, transportation, government and business news. She is an alumnus of The University of Texas at Austin. Most recently, Caitlin produced a large-scale investigative project with The Dallas Morning News and led education coverage in the Brazos Valley at The Bryan-College Station Eagle. After interning with Community Impact Newspaper for two summers, she joined the staff as a reporter in 2015.


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