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Benefits of Living in a Master-Planned Community

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As more and more people move to the Austin area, home buyers are increasingly looking at the pros and cons of master planned communities and learning how living in one can offer greater comfort, security, convenience, accessibility, and sense of community for the entire family. A master-planned community is more than just a neighborhood, after all. The best master-planned communities are made to be self-sufficient – like a small town – offering top-notch on-site amenities as well as close proximity to jobs, schools, shopping, and much more.

What are the benefits of master planned communities near Georgetown, Austin, and Round Rock – or anyplace else for that matter?

Amenities for the Whole Family

Master-planned communities boast some of the best houses on the market (see below), but for those who call a master-planned community home, there’s much more to the place they live than just a house. The amenities found in these communities offer a life of fun, stimulation, and adventure for all ages. Residents have access to amenities such as resort-style swimming pools, recreation centers, playgrounds, parks, or miles of walking and biking trails. These amenities are what help make life in a master-planned community great for the whole family!

A Variety of Home Styles and Price Ranges

A master-planned community lets you work with leading home builders to pick your perfect lot, floor plan, and any upgrades. Ready to move in? You can purchase move-in-ready homes from some of the best builders around. Whether you’re just starting out or you’re looking for a place to kick back after you retire, you can find the perfect home for your family and lifestyle at a master-planned community. Communities such as Santa Rita Ranch in Liberty Hill, Texas offer estate homes for those seeking luxurious dwellings nestled on large lots as well as empty-nester floorplans popular among those looking to downsize and discover the life they’ve always wanted. Santa Rita Ranch offers everything from lock-and-leave homes for the more adventurous folks to homes for new families who are just starting out, because we know that it takes all kinds to build a truly special community. And on that topic …

A Strong Sense of Community

The most important word in “master-planned community” is the last one. Without people, a neighborhood is just a collection of buildings. It’s the residents that make the house a home, forging lifelong memories and building relationships with neighbors who become friends. Through community events and a shared outlook on life, what makes a master-planned community great is the people who live here!

Maintenance Provided!

Who doesn’t love to hear those words? Another benefit of living in a master-planned community is peace of mind, and part of that is knowing that the HOA helps to keep the neighborhood and all the amenities that you love looking great all year round. This not only makes your day-to-day life more enjoyable, but it also helps keep property values high!

A Lifestyle You’ll Love

Add all this together, and what you really get when you move into a master-planned community is a lifestyle that can’t be beat. The very best master-planned communities offer a variety of lifestyle events and activities that all residents can enjoy, designed to keep the good times rolling throughout the year. Many have an onsite Lifestyle Director who is in charge of putting these events together and listening to resident feedback on what the members of the community would like to see in the future.

At the Santa Rita Ranch master-planned community in Liberty Hill, TX near Georgetown, Austin, and Round Rock, we know that our residents love to call our community home, and we can’t wait to welcome you to the neighborhood! To learn more about what’s happening in and around Santa Rita Ranch, just fill out the short contact form above to subscribe to our Ranch newsletter!