Close your eyes and breathe deeply, and it is easy to imagine enjoying an afternoon carriage ride through the tree-lined streets of Carriage Hills in Cedar Park, Texas. Well-established, with plenty of green spaces and streets lined with lofty trees, this community is a quiet, family-friendly place to call home. Lovely touches such as a community garden, tennis courts, numerous parks, including Veteran’s Memorial Park, which is just across the street, give Carriage Hills its undeniable charm.
Mainly built between 1990 and 2000, Carriage Hills is a community centered upon traditionally designed single and two-story homes with facings made predominately of brick, limestone, rock, and siding. Square footage ranges between 1,600 and 2,500 with three bedrooms and two bathrooms up to five bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Sixteen miles from the center of Austin, Texas, lies the town of Cedar Park, and at its heart is a four-hundred-year-old tree named Heritage Oak, which stands fifty-seven feet tall and has an impressive eighty-foot spread. Every year, this magnificent tree is decorated with thirty thousand lights for December. Those who call Cedar Park home are fortunate to live in a community that is filled with possibility. Restaurants, artistic adventures, and an abundance of delicious dining choices abound, and all can be found at the 1890 Ranch. Take a ride on a steam train, or cheer your favorite hockey team at a Texas Stars home game, and then when you’re done, enjoy the rest of your evening at the 1431 Café or Blue Corn Harvest.
A district of innovation that strives to shine a light on equity, diversity, and inclusion, Leander ISD is one of the fastest-growing school districts in Texas. Teachers and staff strive to engage and inspire Leander students to reach for lifelong achievements and success. Residents of Carriage Hills can confidently trust their children’s education to nearby schools, including C.C. Mason Elementary, Running Brushy Middle School, and Leander High School.