East of Liberty Hill, Texas is a stately grove of classic oaks standing at the center of Orchard Ridge, a new master-planned community in the Texas Hill Country offering homes in Liberty Hill TX that create a sense of place. Orchard Ridge gradually slopes into an expansive basin of seasonal creeks and ponds—creating the perfect environment to cultivate a thriving new community based on a fresh new style, celebration of heritage and abundant activities. It’s the perfect location for the nature enthusiast whether it’s camping, hiking or swimming in the rivers.
Orchard Ridge is an amazing collection of amenities and scenic expanses inspired by the past—with an eye toward the future. Steeped in the basic principles that define “Vital Communities™,” Orchard Ridge embraces, healthy living, connectivity, stewardship and a strong foundation for home and family.
Contact Buffington Homes today to inquire about available homes in Liberty Hill TX at Orchard Ridge!
Take IH35 to Georgetown – Turn West on HWY29 and travel about 10 miles. The entrance to Orchard Ridge will be on your Left.
Take Ronald Regan North about 7.5 miles North of 1431. Turn Left/West on HWY29 and travel a quick 1.5 miles. The entrance to Orchard Ridge will be on your Right.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS: LEANDER ISD – PHASE 1
*These tax rates are estimates and are subject to change. For specific tax rates please contact the actual taxing authority. Updated 2/05/2018.
Austin Community College
Williamson County ESD# 4
Williamson County FM/RD
Williamson-Liberty Hill MUD
Total Taxes* 3.127449
|Pedernales Electric Coop – Electric||888.554.4732|
|Atmos Energy – Gas||888.286.6700|
|City of Georgetown – Water/Wastewater||512.930.3640|
|Al Clawson Disposal Inc – Garbage||512.930.5490|
|Suddenlink Communications Phone and Cable||877.694.9474|
Margaritas – Mexican Restaurant – 10280 W State HWY29, Liberty Hill, Texas | 512.515.0808 | website
Margarita’s Mexican Restaurant is a family-owned Tex-Mex restaurant in Liberty Hill, Texas, offering quality and affordable Mexican food. Since 2001, the owner, Amin, has offered unique, yet friendly service making sure you and your guests have a wonderful experience.
Dahlia Café – 2450 RR1869 Liberty Hill, Texas | 512.515.7772 | website
We specialize in homemade Dressed Up Country Cooking! We don’t serve vegetables from a can or frozen prebreaded chicken fried steaks. Come by to see us for a relaxing time of food and drink.
Cotton Patch Café – 1021 W. University Ave, Georgetown, TX | 512.869.3400 | website
Family-friendly Texas-born chain dishing up hearty Southwestern recipes made from scratch. From appetizers to salads to BBQ, seafood dishes, steaks and burgers. Home style cooking served in a sit down restaurant.
Wolf Ranch Town Center
1015 W University Ave, Georgetown, TX 78628
Wolf Ranch Town Center is an open-air center in Georgetown, Texas, serving communities of Georgetown, Round Rock and Kileen. Located right off I-35 South and University Avenue, Wolf Ranch Town Center is an easy drive for residents, as well as students and faculty from Southwestern University.
Featuring top-retailors like Best Buy, James Avery, Kohl’s, Sephora, Target, Old Navy, T. J. Maxx and more, this Georgetown shopping center is sure to have what you need. Spend an entire day in a beautiful setting of ponds, scenic central Texas landscapes and neighboring nature trails. After shopping, step outside for a nice walk or bite to eat at Longhorn Steakhouse, Casa Ole or one of the other dining options offered.
Whitestone Blvd at C-Bar Ranch Trail, Cedar Park, TX 78613
1890 Ranch makes it all easy offering the Cedar Park and Leander communities over 80 stores, services, restaurants and entertainment options including anchors such as Academy, Super Target, PetSmart, Hobby Lobby, Bealls and a 12 screen Cinemark theater complex. The shopping center is adjacent to the new Cedar Park Regional Medical Center and Texas Hill Country.
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