Featured Neighborhood: The Fairways at Crystal Falls

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This month’s featured neighborhood is The Fairways at Crystal Falls. The master-planned community is located west of the intersection of Crystal Falls Parkway and North Lakeline Boulevard in Leander. The intersection is the site of a new retail center anchored by a Randalls grocery store, which could open by winter 2017. Residents have access to a golf course and a Junior Olympic-size pool with a splash pad.

Build-out year: not built out

Builders include: David Weekley Homes, Dimensions Builders, EHJ Homes, Grand Haven Homes, Highland Homes, Mercedes Homes, Taylor Morrison Homes, Wildewood Homes

Square footage: 2,421-4,809

Home values: $332,000-$655,000

HOA dues (estimated): $756 annually

Amenities: community park and playground, golf course, pool, tennis courts

Schools: Whitestone Elementary School or Winkley Elementary School, Leander Middle School or Running Brushy Middle School, Leander High School

Property taxes (in dollars):

Leander ISD: 1.511870
City of Leander: 0.632920
Travis County/Williamson County: 0.414900/0.441529
Austin Community College: 0.100500
TravCo Hospital/WilCo RM/FD: 0.117780/0.040000
Upper Brushy Creek WC&ID (WilCo only): 0.020000

Total (per $100 value): 2.779970 (TravCo)/ 2.746819 (WilCo)

Featured neighborhood

Although every effort has been made to ensure the timeliness of this real estate data, Community Impact Newspaper assumes no liability for errors or omissions. Contact the property’s agent for the most current information.


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