Featured Neighborhood: Belterra

Featured neighborhood: Belterra

Residents of Belterra have access to amenities such as a community recreation center, pool, hiking and biking trails, and local parks.


Homes range in size from 2,064 to 4,692 square feet and are located in Southwest Austin off Hwy. 290 between Nutty Brown Road and Sawyer Ranch Road, about
7 miles from Dripping Springs.


Build-out year: not built out
Builders include: Buffington Homes
Home values: $299,900-$799,000
HOA dues (estimated): $467 annually
Schools: Rooster Springs Elementary School, Dripping Springs Middle School, Dripping Springs High School


Property taxes (in dollars):
Dripping Springs ISD - 1.5200
Hays County WCID No. 1 - 0.8750
Hays County - 0.4232
Hays County ESD No. 6 - 0.0795
Special Road District - 0.0438
North Hays County ESD No. 1 - 0.0252
Total (per $100 value) 2.9667


Featured neighborhood: Belterra


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