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Love your home, love your community and love Mother Nature with a Taylor Morrison home in Crystal Falls.

This gated Leander community just opened a second phase for new homeowners, with floorplans ranging in size from 2,651 square feet to 4,200 square feet and everything in between. Prices start at $300,000, and buyers get a lot for their investment.

All homes feature large social areas, spacious bedrooms, flexible space to use as you need it in any stage of life and outdoor living spaces to take in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. In fact, many of the homes overlook greenbelts.

The great outdoors gets special consideration in Crystal Falls, with Taylor Morrison Homes using native shrubs and mature trees in the landscaping and natural limestone accents on the homes. And then there are the outdoor amenities. The new Quarry Park amenity center features a junior Olympic-sized pool, a spray pad for the children, a fishing lake, picnic areas and a disc golf course.

A second amenity center features a pool with bathhouse, sand volleyball and a recreation field. Residents also have access to the beautiful and challenging Crystal Falls Golf Course.

Crystal Falls is served by the Leander school district with three elementary campuses in the community. A middle and high school are just a mile away.

Come see what you’ve been searching for at Crystal Falls by visiting the model homes at 2701 Highland Trail in Leander. Or call Heather Fox at 512-845-7350 or email her at hfox@taylormorrison.com. Don’t wait: This new section has fewer than 40 sites!


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