Heritage at Vizcaya
4900 Fiore Trail, Round Rock, Texas 78665
Inviting 55+ Enclave of Heritage at Vizcaya Outside of Austin, Texas is Part of a Larger All Ages Development and Has Single Level Homes for Sale
Only 19 miles north of Austin in central Texas, Heritage at Vizcaya is a non-gated 55+ neighnorhood within the new, larger all ages community, Vizcaya, which should include 1,200 homes at buildout. Current plans are for Heritage to have 750 homes. Taylor Morrison, a builder with a reputation for energy efficient design and strong customer service, began construction on Vizcaya in 2015.
Heritage has 11 floor plans with sizes ranging from 1,536 square feet to 2,699 square feet. Most homes are single-story and have two to four bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, a kitchen fit for a gourmet chef, as well as an attached two or three car garage. All dwellings are tech-ready wired, customizable and may include options for outdoor living.
Prices begin in the mid-$200,000s. Please verify this with a Realtor as prices may change.
The Lodge, the 6,000 square foot clubhouse, is dedicated solely to the residents of Heritage. The clubhouse should include a fitness center, dance studio, arts studio, and a catering kitchen.
An outdoor lagoon-style swimming pool, patio, fire pit, bark park, and walking trails are also part of Heritage's design. A full-time activities director helps residents organize events and excursions.
National publications have called fast-growing Round Rock a great place to live. It is Austin's fastest growing suburb and the headquarters of Dell Computers. It also is also home to a Texas State University campus and an Austin Community College campus.
David's Round Rock Medical Center is accredited by the Joint Commission and is a primary stroke center.
A humid subtropical climate means hot, moist summers and mild winters here. From June through September, temperatures are in the 80s and 90s, and the high humidity levels make some days uncomfortable. Winters usually bring daily high temperatures in the 40s, 50s and 60s. On average, the city receives 33 inches of rain per year.
Visit www.vizcayaroundrock.com for more information.
Two Spanish explorers in the 16th and 17th centuries were the first Europeans to visit this area and settled near El Paso in 1682. A French colony also existed for a time at Matagorda Bay. Americans started to settle at the edge of the Brazos River in 1821. Mexico, recently independent from Spain, controlled Texas at this time.
The American settlers eventually rebelled against Mexico and fought for their independence in the Texas Revolution (1835 to 1836). Legendary battles included San Jacinto and the Alamo. The U.S. annexed Texas in 1845, and the Mexican-American War began in 1846 as Mexico fought to keep Texas.
The U.S. captured Mexico City in 1848 and ended the war. The subsequent Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo not only kept Texas in the U.S. but gave the Americans ownership of California, half of New Mexico, most of Arizona, Nevada, Utah and parts of Wyoming and Colorado. Texas has been a part of the U.S. ever since.
The Lone Star State is the second biggest in the country in size, after Alaska, and it leads every other state in the production of cattle, sheep, oil, as well as cotton. Geography ranges from arid, flat plains in the west to the thick piney woods in the east.
Texas also boasts 100 state parks, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, the Alamo and Big Bend Mountains National Park. In September, 2017, one of its major cities, Houston, received 51 inches of rain during Hurricane Irma.
Population - 27,862,334
Persons 65 years old and over - 12%
High school graduates, persons age 25+ - 81%
Bachelor's degree or higher, persons age 25+ - 27%
Persons of Hispanic or Latino origin - 37%
White persons, not Hispanic - 45%
Median household income - $53,207
Median home value - $169,500
Social Security taxed? No
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
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