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Sponsored: Location and value in Ryland Homes’ Whispering Hollow


When homebuyers were clamoring for quality and value in a premium location, the people at Ryland Homes heard them, loud and clear. They answered the call with Whispering Hollow in Buda.

In Whispering Hollow, buyers can choose from 17 floor plans in two expanding sections. Homes range from about 1,600 square feet to almost 4,000 square feet and are priced from the low $200,000s. Add the serenity and charm of small-town life, plus amenities including a pool, playground, trails and more, and the value becomes even greater.

The community is served by top-rated Hays district schools, with the Exemplary Elm Grove Elementary within walking distance. Shopping is just minutes away at South Austin’s Southpark Meadows center or at the San Marcos outlets, a top travel destination in the state.

New lots are available for pre-sale now, with a new model scheduled to open this summer. The model will have an interactive sales center, allowing homebuyers to examine floorplans and personalize before they buy. They can even check out the features in Ryland Homes’ Houseworks Energy Efficiency Program and use Google Earth to see the community and their future home site.

Call Marissa Van Bibber 295-3657 or visit ryland.com for more.


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