If you are planning a move to the Austin-area ‘burbs, put Leander on your list. Why? It’s one of the nation’s five best suburbs to move to.
Homes.com ranked suburbs across the nation based on real estate metrics, crime index, school district score, work-from-home score and racial and ethnic diversity. Leander placed at No. 1 in Texas and No. 5 in the nation.
What makes Leander special? Many things, starting with the price of homes, which is much less than what buyers pay in Austin.
Leander is an easy commute to Austin, but what if you don’t have to commute at all? The report ranked Leander among the highest when it comes to support for employees working from home. That includes the number of internet providers and broadband access. And when you do need to go to a meeting or spend a day in the office, MetroRail is just two minutes from Bryson — let someone else do the driving while you get caught up on emails.
In addition, Leander is growing with a new food, beverage, and entertainment destination on the horizon, so you’ll soon have Austin-quality dining and fun right in your backyard. Phase one of Northline is underway now and includes the town square with retail shops and signature civic space. Once complete, Northline will be 115 acres of a walkable town center, public gathering spaces, restaurants, retail, offices and more.
And the best community in Leander to move to? Especially if you want homes priced from the $300,000s and a fabulous family-friendly vibe? Bryson.
Named the 2020 Master-Planned Community of the Year by the Texas Association of Builders, Bryson offers beautiful homes, access to great schools and The Backyard, our state-of-the-art amenity center and heartbeat of the community. What really makes us special are our residents. Friendly, neighborly and fun, they are ready to extend a big Texas welcome.