Sponsored: Low maintenance, highest quality at The Grove at Falconhead


When life’s seasons change, there’s no reason to give up the lifestyle you desire. And the same goes for your home.

At The Grove at Falconhead, homeowners will find quality-built, luxury homes with low-maintenance living and amenities galore. The community is perfect for everyone from busy young professionals, active families, retirees and those looking to downsize without sacrificing anything.

Homes in The Grove at Falconhead range from 1,600 square feet to 2,800 square feet and start in the mid-$300,000s. The community, made up of 47 Tuscan-inspired villas, has exclusive access to a cabana, spa-like pool and dog park, in addition to Falconhead’s walking trails, playground and proximity to the Falconhead Golf Club.

Ash Creek Homes is behind The Grove at Falconhead, bringing its 30-plus years of craftsmanship to the villas. Each home boasts architectural features such as barrel tile roofs, stone and stucco exteriors and other elements that reflect the beauty of the Hill Country in which they live.

The community is close to shopping and entertainment and is served by the award-winning Lake Travis Independent School District. If you are ready to reduce your to-do list and still enjoy a beautiful, quality home, visit The Grove at Falconhead. Learn more at www.ashcreekhomes.com or by calling 512-328-2122.


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