LEANDER

NEW CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENTS ARE POPPING UP AROUND EVERY CORNER AS MORE RESIDENTS MOVE INTO ITS PICTURESQUE RESIDENTIAL STREETS

WELCOME TO LEANDER

Deeply-rooted history, country views, and a growing community located just outside of Austin
Leander is a historical and peaceful suburb located in Williamson County and Travis County, Texas. Its roots date back well before the 1800s. Leander is one of the hottest locales in the Greater Austin Metropolitan Area. New construction and developments are popping up around every corner as more residents move into its picturesque residential streets. Its beautiful views of Texas Hill Country, close proximity to Lake Travis, and easy access to major highways and toll roads make it a premier place to live in Texas. 
 
Leander’s real estate only adds to the area’s charm and character, with a wide assortment of architectural styles available inside its quiet residential locales, including Greek Revival, Art Deco, Italian Renaissance, Colonial, Spanish Colonial, Tudor, and more. 
 

WHAT TO LOVE

  • Peaceful, suburban living 
  • Growing community
  • Easy access to Austin 
 

LOCAL LIFESTYLE

Life in Leander is representative of a small town with a strong sense of community where locals are friendly and welcoming. Spending time outdoors is a huge part of the local lifestyle and many residents love to walk nearby trails or visit parks to embrace the unrivaled beauty Leander holds. Most people live in quiet comfort and travel short distances to locally-owned businesses and restaurants. Spending the day in Austin is easily accessible and provides residents with fun adventures to big-city entertainment and shopping. 
 

DINING, ENTERTAINMENT & SHOPPING

Leander’s downtown area is full of hidden gems and treasures. The streets are lined with small, quaint shops and restaurants teeming with southern hospitality. Stop in for Cajun-Creole dishes and a laid-back environment at Mouton’s Southern Bistro, delicious Mexican fusion at Casamigos Tex-Mex, and hand-cut steaks dripping with flavor at Frog & The Bull. Japanese cuisine is served in a brightly-lit eatery at Kai Sushi, while Noddle Alley delights guests with its innovative noodle bowls. 
 

THINGS TO DO

Whether kicking back and enjoying a relaxing day in nature or spending the evening out on the town, there is plenty to do in Leander. Locals visit the H-E-B Center for professional ice hockey and baseball games, concerts, and family-friendly events. Throughout the year, annual festivals attract hundreds of people to the area. Popular with locals is the Annual Honda Leander Bluegrass Festival, a beloved event bringing residents together with live music, food trucks, craft vendors, and a children’s fun zone, and the Old Town Street Festival, where attendees celebrate the return of summer with food, local craft beer, and live music. 
 
As a result of decades of growth and popularity, Austin has accumulated an eclectic mix of housing options and architectural styles. High-rise apartments and luxurious condominiums feature cutting-edge amenities and are located within walking distance of fine-dining restaurants, luxury designer shops, theaters, museums, art galleries, and more. 
 

WHAT TO LOVE

  • Everything you could need or want right at your fingertips
  • Big-city life
  • Close to Lady Bird River

LOCAL LIFESTYLE

Austin is the life of the party. Living here means appreciating a vibrant, fast-paced lifestyle with access to Texas’ best cuisine, retail, and entertainment. Some of the world’s most notable companies reside in Austin and provide a plethora of career opportunities for young professionals and individuals. Residing in Downtown Austin puts residents in the heart of the action, but Austin also offers numerous residential spaces uniquely distanced from the city’s central hub for those who desire peace and quiet without straying too far from the city. 
 

DINING, ENTERTAINMENT & SHOPPING

There’s an abundance of shopping, entertainment, and dining options in Austin. Start your shopping experience at The Domain, an outdoor mall with upscale shops, restaurants, and a cinema showcasing the latest blockbusters. 2nd Street District is buzzing with shoppers who want to experience Austin’s trendiest and most sophisticated boutiques, live music, and global cuisine selections. 
 
When it comes to entertainment, Austin can keep locals busy for years. Those who love to watch movies in luxury visit Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Mueller, an enormous theater offering seat-side cocktails and small bites. 
 

THINGS TO DO

While Austin is an urban city, it’s not without its well-loved parks. Take a scenic stroll along Lady Bird Lake, whose trails hug the river and are teeming with wildlife, including turtles and birds. Zilker Metropolitan Park’s 351 acres feature an assortment of amenities, including botanical gardens, a natural spring, an amphitheater, and several sports facilities. Barton Springs is located on the premises and is a popular spot for locals and tourists. This spring-fed pool is a natural oasis perfect for cooling off during Texas’ hot summers. 
 
Admire beautiful artworks from both local and renowned artists at Blanton Museum of Art. The museum houses numerous stunning collections, as well as Greek and Roman architecture and sculptures. 
 
Get up close and personal with exotic animals at the Austin Zoo. Book an encounter with some of the animals who call the zoo home, or take the zoo’s train tour to experience these animals in a fun and unique way. 

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