Just 20 miles north of downtown Austin, Cedar Park homes offer the perfect combination of Hill Country scenery, a family-friendly atmosphere, award winning Leander ISD schools and some of the most affordable Cedar Park homes in the greater Austin area.
Cedar Park Homes Overview
Cedar Park is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. With approximately 52,000 residents, the city has experienced a population increase of 600% since 1990, and homes in 78641 continue to sprout up at a rapid pace today. Just 20 miles north of downtown Austin, 78613 homes in Cedar Park offer the perfect combination of Hill Country scenery, a family-friendly atmosphere, and prices that are more affordable than what you might find in Central Austin. Cedar Park homeowners benefit from a central location with access to job centers and recreational spots in Austin, Round Rock, Georgetown, Lake Travis, and greater Williamson County.
Part of what makes Cedar Park homes so appealing is that the area offers all of the perks of a major metropolitan area, while still providing a close-knit, community atmosphere. Cedar Park was chosen by Family Circle Magazine as one of the Top 10 Cities To Raise A Family in 2007, and it offers excellent schools, numerous parks, greenbelts, and natural preserves for those who enjoy the outdoors.
Home options within Cedar Park range from new townhomes and master-planned communities to custom golf course estates and established residential neighborhoods. Buyers can truly find something in any price range, with homes priced from $110,000 to well over $1 million.
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