October 7 2009

New Austin Homes In A Prestigious Gated Community By Pulte Homes

by racheal

Austin New Homes For Sale - Highpointe Classic

Located in the "Gateway to the Hill Country," Dripping Springs, a town only 25 miles from downtown Austin, Highpointe Classic is a Pulte Homes development that offers wonderful new homes for sale that have a splendid array of amenities and features. Blessed with over five miles of hiking/biking trails, a two-story fitness center, three swimming pools, conference rooms, and much more, Highpointe Classic is a unique 740-acre gated community consisting of several neighborhoods intertwined by parks, trails, and playgrounds.

You're bound to love all of the amenities that these new homes have to offer. Highpointe Classic's two-story fitness center features two levels of workout equipment, treadmills, stationary bikes, as well as an aerobics center. The aquatic center offers a six lane junior Olympic size swimming pool, as well as plenty of places for kids to play; and the Highpointe amenity center offers meeting areas and conference rooms with wireless Internet, meaning that you'll always be able to stay connected.

You'll also love being so close to all of the culture, live music, and frenetic energy that runs on infinite supply in Austin, the capital of Texas and arguably the capital of live music (it is the city's nickname, after all). Known for having a cosmopolitan feel without all of the pretension that tends to come with it, Austin is not only a great place to play, but also a fantastic place to work, as it is one of the leaders in technology jobs in the country.  Austin is also home to one of the largest universities in the country, The University of Texas, which should be pretty close to heaven for any college football fans out there.

New homes for sale in Highpointe Classic are currently available in floorplans that have 4 bedrooms and 3-3.5 baths, range from 3,340 to 4,153 square feet, and starting in the low $300,000's. For additional information call 512-894-4900.

 

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