Travis County- This 7.8 acres on the north side of Governor’s Hill slopes downward to the north towards Barton Creek. Shallow soils reside up top, and deeper and siltier soils towards the bottom. Texas red oak trees dominate the canopy, with minor cedar encroachment. Native grasses like little bluestem are abundant, and simple management practices will maintain this beautiful landscape. With an entrance off Barton Creek Blvd directly across from the Country Club, multiple building sites, expansive west and northwest views, and beautiful native plants and wildlife, this is one of the most desirable homesites in Austin.
Wiliamson County – 1.34+/- acres located in one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. This property is located on the north end of the city limits of Leander providing approximately 200 feet of U.S. 183 road frontage. The west side of the property also provides approximately 340 feet of Heritage Grove Rd frontage as well, making for easy access to the property. If you are looking for a commercial/investment property in this booming market, look no further.
A unique development tract or investment property with road frontage on over 80% of the perimeter boundary including 3,900 feet of frontage on FM 935 (E. Main St). Approximately 42 acres along the western boundary are inside the city limits of Troy. This site has great long-range views, rolling topography, minimal floodplain and is located just 0.8 miles from I-35 and 9 miles to Temple making this property very attractive to the developer and investor.