Call for information or to tour homes – 512-585-9061
CALL 512-585-9061 for information or to tour homes.
COMING FROM I-35 NORTH: Take exit 227 (Slaughter Lane) and turn right at the stoplight onto Slaughter Lane. Travel .7 miles on Slaughter Lane then turn left on to Southpark Meadows Drive. Take a Right Hunter Lane. Our inventory homes are located on Hunter and Alex Lane.
COMING FROM I-35 SOUTH: Take exit 227 (Slaughter Lane) and turn left at the stoplight onto Slaughter Lane. Travel .7 miles on Slaughter Lane then turn left on to Southpark Meadows Drive. Take a Right Hunter Lane. Our inventory homes are located on Hunter and Alex Lane.
AISD has a richly diverse student community, it enjoys widespread community suport. AISD students come from homes in which 57 different native languages are spoken. AISD offers a variety of instructional programs devoted to your child’s unique need’s talents and interests.
Williams Elementary – 500 Mario Street, Austin, TX 78748 | 512-414-2525 | website
Paredes Middle School -101000 Mary Moore Searight Dr., Austin, TX 78748 | 512-841-6800 | website
Akins High School = 10701 South 1st St. Austin, TX 78748 | 512-841-9900 | website
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*These tax rates are estimates and are subject to change. For specific tax rates please contact the actual taxing authority. Updated 02/05/2018.
Austin Energy 512-494-9400 | website
Austin Water 512-972-0101 | website
Time Warner Cable 512-485-5555 | website
AT&T 800-288-2020 | website
Texas Gas Service 800-700-2443 | website
AMD is built upon the value of putting people first – our customers, our employees, our shareholders, our neighbors and our communities around the world. We believe that the success of our company is directly related to the health of the communities we call home. As a result, we have a long-standing heritage of investing our core assets of time, money, technology, and volunteer expertise in local organizations to help solve some of society’s toughest challenges. Our involvement helps strengthen our communities while enriching the lives of thousands of AMD volunteers around the globe.
Austin ISD website
AISD is proud of its wide array of programs and services. A Universe of Opportunity for Every Child is more than a slogan. It’s what we promise! We understand that parents want choice, and that’s why we offer a variety of instructional programs devoted to your child’s unique needs, talents, and interests. Committed to preparing students for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century, we invite you to discover the offerings at your neighborhood school, and at AISD’s specialized magnet schools and focus academies.
Freescale Austin Technology & Manufacturing Center is Freescale’s 8-inch wafer manufacturing facility in Austin, Texas. The 120,000-square-foot factory specializes in advanced CMOS processes such as strained silicon and silicon-on-insulator. In production since 1995, Freescale Austin Technology & Manufacturing Center produces high-performance microprocessors and microcontrollers for the computing, networking and wireless markets. It has technology capabilities to the 90-nanometer technology node.
Intel Austin, primarily a design center where next-generation microprocessors are being developed, is also home to many innovations that are key elements in shaping the future of computing in the Internet economy. The Austin offices feature several volunteer programs that give employees unique and rewarding opportunities to get involved in the Austin community, including creek cleanups and participating in National Engineers Week. The office offers careers in the following areas: Integrated Circuit Engineering, Hardware Engineering and Software Engineering.
The University of Texas at Austin website
The University of Texas at Austin offers students and employers decentralized career services. Collectively, fifteen different career services offices focus their services on the specific needs and priorities of their students and the employers seeking to hire.
Bill Miller Bar-B-Q 136 Slaughter Lane W, Austin, Texas | 512-280-8364 | website
Bill Miller Bar-B-Q’s concept of serving barbecued meats and fresh pies and breads on a daily basis from a central commissary is unique to its industry. Their barbecued brisket is a truly unique product. Their entire barbecue menu is cooked with 100% hill country live oak wood in a brick pit. Natural gas or electric heat is never used to cook their barbecue, only wood, heat and smoke. Bill Miller Bar-B-Q offers a quality catering service, serving groups as small as 100 to as large as 10,000.
Brick Oven 9911 Brodie Lane, Austin, Texas 78748 | 512-292-3939 | website
Where massive wood-fired brick ovens and the best and freshest ingredients are used to bake award winning pizza and pasta. A knowledgeable and enthusiastic wait staff brings large portions at reasonable prices in an attractive atmosphere. Private rooms are available. Locally owned and operated, some menu items include Green Chili Chicken Calzone, Tuscan Truffle Pizza, Gourmet Vegetable Stromboli, Greek Salad and Cranberry Gorgonzola Field Green Salad.
Johnny Carino’s Italian Restaurant 9300 I-35 South, Austin, Texas 78748| 512-391-7162 | website
Carino’s has taken the concept of the traditional restaurant kitchen and turned it on its ear. At other restaurants, what goes on in the kitchen is a mystery carefully concealed behind closed doors. The grill at Carino’s is wide open. Open to energy and excitement. Open to fun. Open to new ways of connecting with their guests. Open to the culinary creativity of their chefs. The result is a distinctive dining experience forged of tradition, creativity and fire.
Serrano’s 9300 I-35 South 512-280-7770 | website
Austin’s Original Mesquite Tex-Mex where the zesty flavors of Texas and Mexico meet. Serving Austin’s best Margaritas and Mesquite Grilled Fajitas for 20 years, Serranos is a great choice for family dinners or early evening happy hours.
Haiku Sushi 9300 I-35 South 512-291-5600 website
Filled with four-person curved booths and a modern decor, this sushi locale offers large servings and prompt service to incoming customers. The taste is fresh, presentation is great and hot towels are provided for clean up.
Waterloo Ice House 512-292-7900 | website
The first Waterloo Ice House opened its doors on Congress Avenue in 1976. A casual neighborhood gathering spot serving hot, homemade meals and ice cold beer for an eclectic mix of Austin business people, students, artists and musicians. Not much has changed since their opening 30 years ago. Waterloo Ice House still embodies that Hill Country spirit of gathering with friends and family for a cold beer and spending time together eating, laughing and talking. Waterloo has also become a legendary live music venue, hosting the sounds of some of Austin’s best musicians.
Little Woodrow’s 512-282-2336 | website
A local bar in the Southpark Meadows shopping center, Little Woodrow’s offers a wide array of alcoholic beverages including over 100 cervezas (30 on tap), wines and micheladas.
Amy’s Ice Cream 512-280-4141 | website
Amy’s has become a sweet treat staple in Austin with a mission statement to make people’s day. The ice cream shop does not franchise in order to keep the renowned quality and flavor the same for every visitor. Amy’s unique approach to ice cream has earned numerous awards and appreciation for remaining uniquely Austin.
GattiTown 512-301-7777 | website
The GattiTown concept combines a traditional pizza restaurant with private party rooms, video arcades, carousels, and other forms of entertainment-a concept the restaurant has dubbed, “eatertainment.” Perfect for birthdays, banquets, meetings, lock-ins or team gatherings, private rooms are audio/video equipped. Enjoy the all-you-can-eat pizza, pasta, salad, and desert buffet.
Barton Creek Square Mall 2901 S Capital of Texas Hwy, Austin, Texas 78746 | 512-327-7040 | website
If you love shopping, you’ll love shopping at Barton Creek Square with its more than 180 specialty retailers and anchor stores including Dillard’s, Macy’s, JCPenney, Nordstrom and Sears. Shop in luxury at Barton Creek Square, where you’ll find beautiful tile, comfortably stylish carpeting, wood floor accents, plush leather seating areas and benches throughout. Explore and discover nationally renowned stores such as The Apple Store, Armani Exchange, BabyGap, Metropark, Pottery Barn Kids and Solstice.
Prime Outlets at San Marcos 3939 IH-35 South #900 San Marcos, Texas 78666 | 800-628-9465 | website
Recently ranked the 3rd Best Place to Shop in the World by ABC’s “The View,” the Prime Outlets at San Marcos is a haven of over 130 luxury and brand names. Only a 25 minute drive from your new home in South Austin, the Prime Outlets are pet friendly and open to groups. For each group of 10 or more, the Prime Outlets will provide each group member with a free coupon book and shopping bag, as well as a $5.00 meal voucher for the driver.
Southpark Meadows 9300 S IH-35, Austin, Texas 78748 | 512-682-5500 | website
Southpark Meadows comprises 1.6 million square feet of retail, nestled into the natural setting of the greenbelt at Slaughter Creek. Playscapes and water fountains, diners and retails, stages and summer concert series, Southpark Meadows not only will meet the every day needs of your new home, but provides a casual and playful escape from monotony.
Austin Farmers’ Market 3200 Jones Road at the Toney Burger Center Austin, Texas | 512-236-0074 | website
Local farms within a 150-mile radius bring their produce to the Austin Farmers’ Market every Saturday morning and Wednesday afternoon year-round, rain or shine. You’ll find seasonal vegetables, fresh fruits, meats, cheeses, honey, eggs, plants, as well as prepared foods, chef’s demos, children’s activities and live local musicians. Now accepting debit cards.
Central Market – Westgate 4477 S. Lamar Blvd.Austin, TX 78745 | 512-899-4300 | website
Central Market is a finer branch of HEB grocers, molding the grocery shopping trip into a destination worth visiting. Central Market-Westgate presents a live mix of music styles on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:30pm to 9 pm and on Sundays from 12:30pm to 3 pm. Central Market also offers cooking classes, Dinner for Two from the Café on the Run and other unique offerings of a fresh foods market.
Super Target 9500 S IH-35, Austin, Texas 78748 | 512-687-0634 | website
Part of the Southpark Meadows Shopping Center, this Super Target provides a quality one-stop shop for most any need in your new Buffington Signature Home.
Wal-Mart 24 Hours 9300 South IH-35, Austin, Texas 78748 | 512-292-6973 | website
Without ever having to cross the interstate, Walmart is just a few minutes’ drive from both Southpark Meadows and the Bridges of Bear Creek.
Whole Foods Market – HEADQUARTERS 525 N Lamar Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78703 | 512-476-1206 | website
From South Austin, you’ll be just 15 minutes from the Whole Foods headquarters, home to the largest Whole Foods in the world! With an intimate, village-style layout and passionate, attentive Team Members eager to assist guests, Whole Foods is the perfect place to shop green and consume organically. Also, the Lamar Culinary Center for Whole Foods catering lies directly across the street. With over 40 years experience the Culinary Center provides full-service catering for any event.
Whole Foods Market – Arbor Trails 4301 W.William Cannon, Bldg B. Ste 800, Austin, Texas 78749 | 512-358-2460 | website
Don’t want to go all the way downtown? Head over to the South Austin Whole Foods Market, featuring amazing organic produce and an extensive meat & seafood case. This location also has a small bar serving beer, wine and small bites.
Austin Visitor’s Center 301 Congress Avenue Suite 200, Austin, TX 78701 | 800-926-ACVB | website
The Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau is charged with marketing Austin nationally and internationally as a premier business and leisure destination, thus enriching our community’s overall quality of life. Visit the Visitor’s Center website to request a free Austin visitors’ guide.
Austin Zoo and Animal Sanctuary 10807 Rawhide Trail, Austin, Texas 78736 | 512-288-1490 | website
This non-profit zoo rescues animals and cares for various exotic species. The zoo welcomes volunteer involvement in animal care, education, landscaping, cleaning and administration. Tigers, jaguars, monkeys, parrots, bullfrogs, lamas and bears fill this zoo for an educational adventure for all visitors.
Austin Convention Center 500 E. Caesar Chavez Street, Austin, Texas 78701 | 512-404-4000 | website
The Austin Convention Center and the Palmer Event Center have emerged as leaders in the convention and meeting industry. The facility is one of the most practical, flexible, planner-friendly and technologically advanced in the nation. The centers draw between 12,000 to 75,000 event attendees every month, which can mean bringing up to 300,000 visitors to Austin during any given month due to co-current events and non-event visitors.
Darrel K Memorial Stadium 2100 San Jacinto Boulevard, Austin Texas 78712 | 512-481-1200 | website
This recently expanded stadium is home of the four-time NCAA national champions, the Texas Longhorns. With over 94,000 seats, the stadium is charged with raving, burnt orange energy creating a cohesive spirit behind the university’s mission: What Starts Here Changes the World. Finding tickets demonstrates the team’s popularity; every game is packed.
Frank Erwin Center 1701 Red River, Austin, Texas 78701 | 512-471-7744 | website
The Frank Erwin Center probably hosts the most diverse array of events of all the event facilities of Austin. From UT basketball to music concerts to high school and college graduations to circuses to Playhouse Disney to… and the list goes on.
Long Center 701 West Riverside Drive Austin, TX 78703 | 512-482-0800 | website
The Long Center for the Performing Arts provides a multi-venue facility to celebrate the broad spectrum of Austin’s performing arts organizations. The site is home of the Long Center Presents series, and often presents opera, symphony, jazz bands, dinner & shows of many theatrical influences.
Zilker Botanical Gardens 2220 Barton Springs Road, Austin, Texas 78746 | 512-477-8672 | website
Botanical gardens speak tranquility. Zilker Botanical Gardens peacefully exhibits a Japanese garden, xeriscape demonstration garden, rose garden, cactus garden, herb & fragrance garden, and butterfly trail. Open year round, the garden’s calendar is often full of community events.
The Thinkery – Austin NEW Children’s Museum 1830 Simond Ave, Austin, Texas 78723 | 512-469-6200 | website
The Thinkery is an evolution of the Austin Children’s Museum. It’s Austin’s sparkling new home for “why” and “how.” A place where science and families play side by side. Where people connect with ideas by doing, making and experiencing. It’s a foundry for a new generation of innovators and creative problem solvers. And it’s a heck of a good time.
Austin Museum of ART – AMOA 3809 35th Street, Austin, Texas 78703 | 512-458-8191 | website
Reflecting the unconventional spirit of Austin, AMOA-Downtown offers informative and informal art experiences oriented towards the interests of a broad general audience. Exhibitions primarily focus on twentieth-century and contemporary American art.
Austin Nature and Science Center 301 Nature Center Drive, Austin, Texas 78746 | 512-327-8181 | website
The Austin Nature and Science Center is dedicated to the exploration of the natural world. The center is an excellent and intriguing educational experience with programs tailored toward juniors.
Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum 1800 N. Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas 78701 | 866-369-7108 | website
Blocks away from the highly visible capitol building, The Bob Bullock Museum tells the story of Texas through three floors of interactive visits. Acclaimed as a “must visit” for all of the city, the museum is also home to the IMAX Theatre.
Blanton Museum of Art 200 Martin Luther King Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78701 | 512-471-7324 | website
As the art museum of The University of Texas at Austin, the Blanton is committed to knowledge and learning in an engaging manner through some of the finest collections possible. From monthly B Scene parties to E-postcards to lunch break Bach Cantata Project symphonies, and Hot Art Hip Kids funded by Nordstrom, the Blanton educates the Austin community about the European, Latin, American and Contemporary cultures of art. The Blanton’s signature Uncommon Commentary Acoustiguide Tour features an innovative mix of Austin voices to tell the story of art.
Cinemark 14 9900 S. IH-35 Austin, Texas 78748 | 512-291-0171 | website
The Cinemark 14 at Southpark Meadows features true stadium seating. Patrons enjoy unobstructed views from plush, high-backed rocking seats featuring a full 16-inch height difference between each row. The generous 48-inch spacing between each row will give movie-goers ample space to enter and exit their row without disturbing others, as well as allowing viewers to stretch their legs. The theatre’s elegant design reminisces the golden age of Hollywood with art deco architectural elements and a color scheme of muted gold, bronze, black and red.
Esther’s Follies 525 East 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701 | 512-320-0553 | website
Humorous parody is the name of the game at Esther’s Follies, a live comedy venue in the heart of Austin’s nightlife on 6th Street. Part magic show, part improve tour-de-force, part vaudeville – the theatre offers shows every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. Esther’s Follies also hosts parties for large groups for a unique dining and entertainment experience.