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Cedar Park / Leander, Texas - Real Estate and Community Information

About The Communities Of Cedar Park And Leander

Just 17 miles from downtown Austin is the beautiful residential community of Cedar Park. Now the third largest city in the Austin area, Cedar Park is home to more than 65,000 residents and is a well-established community that was first founded in 1887.

The city is attractive to residents from all over the world because of its close proximity to the Texas Hill County and Austin as well as its unique and charming way of life. Cedar Park is a community that is utterly beautiful. With more than 927 acres of parks and natural areas, the community of Cedar Park is able to highlight the natural beauty of the Lower Colorado River Lake System. With approximately 22 miles of usable nature trails, residents of Cedar Park are able to enjoy the beauty at any time. Great food, shopping, live entertainment and more, Cedar Park has something for everyone.

Just north of Cedar Park is another wonderful suburban community known as Leander. Within minutes of entering the gorgeous residential community, it is easy to see why so many people are choosing to make Leander their home. Leander offers the best in Texas Hill Country living while remaining conveniently close to Austin and all of its metropolitan amenities. Leander boasts stunning scenic landscapes, abundant wildlife and clean waterways. The growing community is known for its fantastic quality of life, and is a popular choice for relocation in the greater Austin area. The fast growing suburb, considered a part of the Greater Austin Metropolitan Area, is home to more than 30,000 residents and is the fourth fastest-growing city in the state of Texas.

Life In The Cedar Park And Leander Area

Cedar Park and Leander are popular residential areas just north of Austin. These two communities have gained a great deal of momentum in residential land job growth over the past decade. The communities' provide a quiet family-friendly area for residents of the Greater Austin Metropolitan area to settle down and enjoy life.

Cedar Park's monumental growth over the last decade is a testament to the quality of life that it is able to offer its residents. In just the past ten years, Cedar Park has grown by more than 400 percent. In recent years, the unprecedented growth in Cedar Park has twice landed the community the title of the Fourth Fastest-growing City in the Country

Leander, like its neighbor to the south, has experienced unprecedented growth over the last decade. Since 2000, the community of Leander has grown from a mere population count of 7,600 residents to a total of more than 30,000 residents to date. The community's characteristic affordability and quality schools have been the driving forces behind the recent population shift.

North of Austin, those seeking homes in neighboring suburban communities will find a wealth of options within the areas of Cedar Park and Leander. Popular neighborhoods in the region include Crystal Falls, the Ranch at Brushy Creek, Buttercup Creek, and Twin Creeks.

Parks And Recreation
The land north of Austin is known for its scenic landscapes and rolling hills. Indeed, the communities of Cedar Park and Leader when it comes to natural beauty. Fortunately, residents of the beautiful Austin suburbs can make the most of living in such picturesque locations. Throughout Cedar Park and Leander, residents are presented with many opportunities to enjoy the green spaces located within their cities.

Cedar Park's Recreational Parks
  • Bark Park
  • Brushy Creek Trail
  • Champion park
  • Elizabeth Milburn Park
  • Heritage Oak Park
  • kate Park
  • Twin Lakes Park
  • Veterans Memorial Park
  • Williamson County Regional Park

Leander's Recreational Parks
  • Benbook Ranch Park
  • Devine Lake Park
  • Mason Creek Park
  • Robin Bledsoe Park

Attractions

Within the Cedar Park and Leander region of the Greater Austin Metropolitan Area there are a great many attractions and activities to keep residents and visitors busy. From the Lakeline Mall & Alamo Drafthouse Theater to the The Texas Museum of Science and Technology, there is sure to be something to spark the imagination of both adults and children alike.

Sports lovers delight in living within the Cedar Park area. The fast-growing community is home to two professional sports teams: the Texas Stars and the Austin Spurs. Both teams are housed within the Cedar Park Center, a large City-owned facility. The multi-purpose venue may hold up to 8,700 guests and is host to more than 130 events every year.

Cedar Park, Texas is also home to The Texas Museum of Science and Technology. The wonderful family-friendly facility offers up more than 30 interactive exhibits that are oriented around helping others understand the physics of light, sound, and color.

Leander, Texas is also home to a number of fantastic attractions for those of all ages. From Leander's Crystal Falls Golf Club to the Mason Ranch and Stage Coach House, there is much to explore in Leander for those of all ages.

Golfers rejoice at the 18-hole course located among the rolling hills of Leander.
The Crystal Falls Golf Club is also known as the "gem of the Hill Country,” is a challenging 6,654 yard, par 72 course that is great for those of all skill levels. The Crystal Falls' facilities include a pro shop, driving range, covered patio, and snack bar.

The historic Mason Homestead is an 1860’s era restored farmhouse located in the heart of Leander. The historical landmark was originally on the stage line that ran from Austin to Lampass. Today, the historic property is available for parties, weddings and special events.

Residents who can't get enough of the beautiful Texas Hill Country can take a ride on the historic Austin Steam Train. For a more modern experience residents of Leander can board the Capital MetroRail Train at its northernmost station. The MetroRail is able to conveniently deliver residents anywhere from Leander to Downtown Austin.
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