Cedar Park Real Estate
Cedar Park, Texas is one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States, expanding by nearly 400% in the last decade. After you poke around a little, you’ll understand why folks are migrating from Austin to raise a family, start a business, or cruise into retirement here.
Cedar Park sits just shy of 20 miles to the Northwest of Austin, which means that home prices are lower, traffic is lighter, and the air is cleaner. Add to that its proximity to the Texas Hill Country and the Lower Colorado River Lake System, and you’ll understand why people say that Cedar Park has the best of city and country life right in its backyard. Did we mention the city boasts 927 acres of parkland and natural areas as well as 22 miles of trails for pedestrians and cyclists?
Homes for sale in Cedar Park range widely in price and size. Depending on the neighborhood, you can find anywhere from 1,400 square foot homes in the low $200’s up to spacious, multimillion dollar mansions. Nearby amenities include The Parke at Cedar Park (which includes a Whole Foods, tons of dining and shopping options, and even the Cedar Park Regional Hospital and Dell Children’s Hospital Center), an Alamo Drafthouse, and Lakeline Mall.
Cedar Park is a great place to raise a family. In fact, Family Circle Magazine identified it as one of the Ten Best Towns for Families, and the Texas Department of Public Safety has noted that it has the lowest crime rate in Texas for a city of its size. If you have fur-babies, there are several parks, restaurants, and dog parks that you can take your pups.
Since Cedar Park is so close to Austin, residents are only a short drive down to Barton Springs, the Austin Greenbelt, or Deep Eddy Pool. It’s near the Lakeway, Lago Vista, and Lake Travis… perfect for those who like to relax on the lake or own a boat. There are also tons of things to do outside in Cedar Park itself.
Cedar Park is in proximity to dozens of Austin’s largest employers like Dell, Apple, and National Instruments. Additionally, there several tech businesses locally (Firefly Space Systems and LiveOps, just to name a few) as well as industrial manufacturers like BMC West Materials.