Sponsored: Blackhawk offers something for everyone in your family


The family-friendly Blackhawk community in Pflugerville plays host to a variety of new homes with amenities that cater to the whole family.

The Grisby, at 2,382 square feet, features a great room and beautiful views of the backyard from the kitchen and the family room. A second living area separates two bedrooms. This home also has an oversized patio perfect for outdoor entertaining. You’ll be a block away from Rowe Lane Elementary and only three blocks away from the multimillion-dollar amenity center.

The award-winning Castleberry design is perfect for any homebuyer who prefers to have the primary living space on the first floor. Four bedrooms are located on the first floor along with a study, and a family room opens to the kitchen and dining area. Large windows and 12-foot ceilings in the family room open to the an extended covered patio with a fireplace and an outdoor kitchen. Bay windows in the dining and master bedroom enhance this light, open feeling. A game room and powder bath are located on the second floor.

This home is priced at $259,990 and is available for immediate move-in. Other homes in the community are ready for either immediate or summer move-in.

In Blackhawk, the amenities are plentiful. Residents have access to a multimillion-dollar center with three pools, a party room with a kitchen, a playground, barbecue pits, a gym, a sand volleyball and basketball courts, a baseball field and an 18-hole championship golf course with a driving range.

The community is also surrounded by miles of hike-and-bike trails, as well as more than 100 acres of green space. Nearby Lake Pflugerville offers fishing, kayaking, swimming and more.

Contact Kyle Brouillette for more information at (512) 845-9214.


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