“How different would Dripping Springs be if we took even 20% of the remaining land and developed it out with large-acre tracts?” Mesa Verde investor Scott Garrick said. “With hopes of sparing at least one beautiful tract of Hill Country land from overdevelopment, each lot has been carefully designed to preserve the natural landscape and retain as many trees as possible.”
Located on Fitzhugh Road just west of Bell Springs Road, Mesa Verde comprises 34 lots ranging from 6-14 acres. Jennifer Langle, director of marketing for Langle Design and Construction Management, said the community features underground utilities, fiber internet, and low ag-exempt taxes. Langle Design and Construction Management is the design and building team behind the project. It is owned by father-and-son team Brad and Jude Langle. They bring 40 years of land design and commercial construction expertise, Langle said.
"One thing that is really important to us is that we are creating a community that we would want to live in," Langle said. "We offer great amenities paired with the beauty of the Hill Country."
Langle said the company prioritized preserving the natural landscape while providing an alternative to maximum-density development.
"Being local to the area with families residing in both Dripping Springs and Lake Travis, the development group is invested in the future of this community," Langle said.
Mesa Verde is located within Dripping Springs ISD with the high school less than 10 miles away and the middle and elementary schools 8 miles away. In addition, there are eight breweries and wineries within minutes of the property.
Lots are now available to purchase. Langle said the design company has a list of preferred builders; however, the buyer can bring their own builder as well. Prospective buyers can find more information by calling 512-435-1916 or visiting online at www.mesaverdetx.com.