Why this Central Texas community is great for first-time home buyers

Nestled in the heart of central Texas is the perfect residential community for first-time buyers: Larks foot.

Situated on 608 acres and boasting nearly 1,500 future hospitality sites, Larkspur offers all of the first class features we expect and love from a community planned by MileStone Community Builders. Residents will be able to soak up the beauty of the landscape while living in a tight-knit community with the latest luxury amenities. And there are other remarkable details here that make Larkspur one of a kind.

First-time buyers – and most notably – first-time homebuyers will rejoice in the affordability and value that Larkspur offers. With prices starting as low as $ 200, residents can live in a variety of floor plans (nearly 30!) Ranging from 1,300 to 3,700 square feet. Residents of Larkspur are required to find a unique home that best suits their needs.

Another desirable element of this community is its ultra-convenient location: Larkspur is located just off Hwy 183 and south of SH 29, with easy access to Austin, Cedar Park, and Georgetown. It also means parents who move in now will have access to the prestigious Leander School District.

Here too, we do not skimp on amenities. A brand new amenity center is currently under construction, which will include a fitness center, modern play landscape, resort-style pool, and more.

With its proximity to the beauty of the rolling hills and the peaceful San Gabriel River, Larkspur also has many scenic hiking trails and over 100 acres of natural and open spaces, making this community perfect for family hikes and hikes. outdoor outings.

Larkspur’s official unveiling is expected to take place soon, and those interested are advised to act quickly: the first phase is almost sold out, with new bundles in the second phase opening soon.

For more information or to make an appointment visit the Larkspur website here.

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