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Sponsored: Falcon Pointe redefines the meaning of ‘community’


The word is out about Newland Communities’ Falcon Pointe.

Almost 50 homes have already been sold in the Pflugerville community this year, and there are more than 25 others under construction that will be ready for move-in before the next school year gets under way. And the schools that serve the community are right there, with a Pflugerville district tricampus on site.

Why the buzz? Falcon Pointe is an amenity-filled community with value that’s hard to find in this bustling market. Homes range from about 1,400 square feet to more than 3,800 square feet, with prices starting in the high $100,000s.

In addition to smartly designed floor plans and an array of custom features, homeowners enjoy a full suite of amenities. Take a run along the 11 miles of trails, enjoy a picnic or a ball game in one of the 11 parks or head over to the Residents’ Club for fun. There’s a pool, splash pad, basketball and volleyball courts, playscapes and plenty of room to roam.

Falcon Pointe residents connect frequently with each other and the greater Pflugerville community with events such as the Chili Cookoff in the fall and a Barbecue Cookoff in the spring. And the neighborhood works with nonprofits to make life better for everyone. In fall 2012, Falcon Pointe made a commitment to spearhead the construction of a new home for single mothers on the campus of the Texas Baptist Children’s Home. The HomeAid Family Cottage, being built by builder partner Ryland Homes, is coming to life with money raised in pumpkin festivals put on by Falcon Pointe residents, as well as homeowners in sister community Teravista.

Visit lifeatfalconpointe.com to learn more and to get started on your new life at Falcon Pointe.


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