Sage Meadow - Austin Real Estate Agent

Sage Meadow

Sage Meadow is a D.R. Horton community developed in 2009 which upon completion will have 163 free standing condominiums. The builder is offering two single story floor plans and six two story floor plans ranging in square footage from 1301-1986 with a base price of $169,000-$189,000 as of 2011. These 3-4 bedroom elegant designs feature soaring ceilings, picture windows, energy star appliances, granite counters, walk in showers, garden tubs and more. As of 2011, there is a mandatory condominium association fee of $50 per month. There are also similar resale homes in community.

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Around Sage Meadow

Shopping, dining and fun abound in the Sage Meadow area off Slaughter Lane. Southpark Meadows is a large shopping center located on Slaughter Lane and IH35 providing an array of retail, restaurants and services such as Hobby Lobby, FedEx and a local favorite, Amy’s Ice Creams. Also on Slaughter Lane is Mary Moore Searight Park where you can play a game of disc golf, ride your horses or meander on the 6 miles of trails. Galaxy Cafe, west of Sage Meadow on Slaughter and Brodie, offers a variety of homemade food such as wraps, salads and a gluten free menu as well. Watch the game at BackSpin Texas Sports Bar and Grill on Slaughter and MoPac with a refreshing draft beer.

Employers in the Sage Meadow Area

Austin has a plethora of employment opportunities from hi-tech to government to tourism. Some of the top employers in the south Austin area in 2011 per the Austin Chamber of Commerce are Seton Family of Hospitals, Advanced Micro Devices and H.E.B. The Seton Family of Hospitals originated in Austin in 1902 to fill a need to help the sick and the poor. The not-for-profit healthcare organization is a leader in the Central Texas area. H.E.B. is a supermarket chain established in Kerrville, Texas in 1905 by Florence Butt and made a huge success by her son, Howard Edward Butt. It is one of America’s largest private companies and donates 5% of their pre-tax profits to charity. Advanced Micro Devices, more commonly known as AMD, develops computer processors for commercial and consumer use.

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