Have you and your family started looking at new homes in Kyle, TX? Look no further than our new master-planned community – Crosswinds! Here are a few things you should know about our new community and the Crosswinds homes.
Located just south of Austin, in Kyle, Texas, Crosswinds residents will experience small town charm at its finest. If you work in Austin, you can easily commute from our master-planned community using I-35E! Crosswinds gives you all the benefits of living in a small town, while still having access to the city fun.
Three astounding homebuilders – Highland Homes, Meritage Homes and Pacesetter Homes – will be building Crosswinds’ homes. Our hand-picked builders have been crafting excellent homes in the Austin area for decades and have a proven track record of quality construction and customer satisfaction. Our new homes in Kyle, TX will be built on 40’, 50’ and 60’ homesites using distinctive home designs and versatile floor plans.
For the family that loves the great outdoors, Crosswinds is the perfect place to call home! Miles of hike and bike trails will connect residents to all the great things our master-planned community will have to offer. The Windy Point Amenity Center will feature amenities such as a kids’ pool and splash area, various playgrounds for children of all ages and a full-size sports court.
We understand that education is extremely important. The youngest residents of Crosswinds will attend schools in the outstanding Hays County ISD. Students can attend the Pfluger Elementary School, Science Hall Elementary School, Chapa Middle School and Lehman High School. As for secondary education, Crosswinds is also near esteemed public universities and community colleges such as Austin Community College and the University of Texas at Austin.
These are just a handful of the many wonderful things about Crosswinds and our new homes in Kyle, TX. If you’d like to learn more about our master-planned community, contact Crosswinds today.Tags: Crosswinds homes, master-planned community, new homes Kyle TX
This post was written by Krista Hallecy