Choosing where to live is just as important as choosing your home. You want great schools for your kids, parks to play in, convenient shopping and a close-knit community where people smile and wave when you walk your dog. Finding all of that in one place can be tricky unless you choose a master-planned community.
These communities offer more than beautiful homes. They provide everything you need for a fantastic lifestyle all in one place. Here are seven benefits to living in a master-planned community like Bryson.
Access to Everything
Master-planned communities are built in prime locations that allow easy access to employers and great schools, as well as dining, entertainment and recreational opportunities. Bryson’s location in Leander means your children attend Leander ISD schools. Shopping is as close as 1890 Ranch and The Parke, both of which are only about five minutes away. Ready to play? Pedernales Falls State Park isn’t far away. Need to get to Austin? Why drive when you can take MetroRail?
There is a Master Plan
Master-planned communities are just that — planned. Developers like Johnson Development — Austin’s Developer of the Year — reserve areas for on-site schools, mixed-use retail centers and office space. The location of these on the edges of the communities creates a buffer between outside development and the residential neighborhoods.
A Range of Home Choices
Master-planned communities invite in a variety of builders, who then offer a range of highly customizable floor plans. Within any master-planned community you will find a wide variety of floor plans catering to various buyer needs. Four builders currently offer homes in Bryson offering Craftsman, Farmhouse and Traditional-style architecture.
Residents of master-planned communities never lack for things to do. In our community, residents can traverse our nature trails, fish in our pond, meet up with the neighbors at The Backyard Amenity Center, swim in the resort style pool and enjoy events, activities and get-togethers planned by our full-time lifestyle director.
The master plans of most master-planned communities incorporate green space, parks, trails and nature as a key aspect of the design. That means you have plenty of opportunities to get outdoors and enjoy Mother Nature’s offerings.
Great Neighborhoods Without the Upkeep
Homeowner associations are a part of any master-planned community. Their purpose is to keep neighborhoods looking great, maintain amenities and, perhaps most importantly, preserve the value of your home.
A Sense of Community
Traditional neighborhoods don’t always offer a strong sense of community. It may be hard to meet your neighbors, plan activities or borrow a cup of sugar. Master-planned communities aren’t like that. Planned activities help neighbors get to know each other so when you walk down the street everyone knows your name.
If you’ve never visited a master-planned community before, stop by Bryson and let us show you around. We know you’ll want to move once you do!