Village at Anderson Mill Homes For Sale
The Village at Anderson Mill is a section of the Anderson Mill neighborhood, with over 600 homes in northwest Austin. The neighborhood is technically within the Austin city limits but is located in Williamson County, conveniently straddling the busy northwest corner of Austin and its growing expansion into Cedar Park. The homes in The Village at Anderson Mill are typically newer than the original homes built in Anderson Mill; most were constructed between the late 1980’s and early 2000’s and range in size from 1,100 square feet to 3,000 square feet. Highway 183 and RR620 corner the neighborhood, creating easy access into downtown Austin or Round Rock, as well as the growing business corridor at 2222 and Four Points. The location creates a viable option for commuters who wish to have a traditional suburban experience with a fenced yard and quiet streets, while remaining close enough to the city’s heart to enjoy its employment opportunities, culture, and entertainment options.
Properties in The Village at Anderson Mill
Anderson Mill was first established in 1973 and grew into adjacent subdivisions, like The Village at Anderson Mill, which has been incorporated into Cedar Park. Following the initial build-out, homes in the neighborhood were built through the 2000’s.
The Village at Anderson Mill is bordered to the north by RR 620, to the east by Anderson Mill Road, to the south by The Woodlands at Anderson Village, and to the west by Highway 183. It is 18 miles from downtown Austin, which means a 25 minute commute by car in good traffic, with chance of a time extension during rush hour. The convenient location of this neighborhood makes the 78613 zip code a desirable address.
Homeowners in the Village at Anderson Mill can pay to utilize facilities that are part of the Anderson Mill Limited District through the City of Austin.
Summit Christian Academy, Cypress Creek Montessori School, One World Montessori School, Bluebonnet School of Cedar Park, Hill Country Christian School, Holy Family Catholic School, Wisdom House, The Children’s Courtyard, St. Stephen’s Episcopal School
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The Village at Anderson Mill is an extension of the Anderson Mill neighborhood, and residents are allowed to utilize the recreation facilities of the Anderson Mill Limited District (AMLD). AMLD offers playgrounds, two community swimming pools with children’s center, volleyball court, tennis courts, racquetball courts, a shaded fitness circuit, and a hike and bike trail.
Aquatics & Fitness
The AMLD offers two full sized swimming pools with diving wells, children’s pools, a water park, and full locker rooms. Both of the pools are heated year round to 82 degrees. The El Salido Pool Complex is located next to an outdoor fitness circuit and jogging trail and also has a fitness center with cardio equipment and classes such as Zumba and Yoga. The Anderson Mill Pool is located alongside Lake Creek Parkway.
Next to the El Salido Pool Complex and tennis courts is a tree covered park with a jogging and bike trail dotted by fitness equipment. Located three miles away, the Springwoods Park also includes tennis courts, as well as a baseball field and playground equipment for children. Located at 9117 Anderson Mill Rd., the hike-and-bike trails that run through Springwoods connect to Wildwood Park.
Just three miles from The Village at Anderson Mill, the Balcones Country Club offers an 18-hole reprieve from busy days. Known as the “Spicewood” course, it features 6,769 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. It first opened in 1975 and was designed by Bob Cotton.
Shopping and Restaurants
Close proximity to Highway 183 provides quick and easy access to shopping centers like Gateway and the Arboretum, while the adjacent location to RR 620 offers short travel time to Lakeline Mall, Four Points Center, and shopping centers in Round Rock and Cedar Park.
Four Points Centre is home to a growing selection of retailers that include restaurants, banks, boutiques, and department stores. Large stores include Home Depot, Target, and Wal-Mart, and smaller occupants include a Bank of America, Chase Bank, Wells Fargo, Bellagio’s Italian Bistro, El Salido restaurant, and Johnny Carino’s.
Lakeline Mall , found on the border of Cedar Park and Austin, is anchored by Dillard’s, JCPenney, Macy’s and Sears. The mall offers shoppers over than 150 boutique stores and a 9-screen Regal Theatre. Lakeline Plaza and Lakeline Village are adjacent to Lakeline Mall and offer an additional 10 anchor stores, including Best Buy, Old Navy and TJMaxx, plus over 20 smaller stores. Surrounding restaurants include Chili’s, Applebee’s, Texican Café, and Plucker’s.
The Arboretum at Great Hills is located just off Highway 183 and features a park-like open air mall that is home to more than 40 shops and restaurants. The Arboretum features retailers like Pottery Barn, Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Z Gallerie, The Gap, and AZIZ Salon and Day Spa. Shoppers can stroll the outdoor mall and stop to eat at restaurants like the Cheesecake Factory, Five Guy’s Burgers, and the Blue Baker.
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