Dripping Springs Future Homes in Heritage
Heritage, an exciting new master-planned community located in Dripping Springs. Heritage Neighborhood Community includes nearly 600 newly constructed homes when finished with different floor plans from builders like MI/Homes, allowing for family to create a truly unique home. Heritage is to the west of Old Fitzhugh Road and Highway 290, making it easy to access the charms of Downtown Dripping Springs and Hwy 12.
Where is Heritage Located
I love that this neighborhood is so close-knit! It’s a great feeling to be able to get to know your neighbors, and it definitely makes the area more peaceful. Perfect for kids to run around grow up in. Plus, because it’s on the smaller side, everyone looks out for each other. It’s a wonderful place to call home.
Heritage is zoned for the top-rated Dripping Springs High, Dripping Springs Middle and Walnut Springs Elementary schools.
Heritage has well planned amenities like a swimming pool, playgrounds, ponds, and pocket parks! And don’t forget to follow the trails to the beautiful Downtown Dripping Springs which is home to historical architecture and storefronts from the late 1800s. The small town of ‘Drip’ has unique little shops and small venues to see local musicians and drink award-winning wine from local award wineries.
When downloading the Tri Point brochure you’ll read that some home come with :Full yard irrigation system, Water softener loop, Car charger ready
Heritage Home for Sale
Builders of Heritage
Currently in M/I Homes and Tri Pointe Homes are building are being built in Heritage.Their homes are going to start in the low five hundreds and they range from 1600 to about 3000 square feet. Because they’re just getting started in phase one.
Tri Pointe Homes
Heritage Close by Destinations
Not only is Dripping Springs the ‘wedding capital’ of Texas it is seen as an escape – a small town with big city amenities just 25 miles from downtown Austin! A destination filled with beautiful sunsets and wide open skies that will take your breath away – we like to call it the ‘Hill Country’.
You’ll find plenty of parks to explore the great Texas Hill Country at Pedernales Falls State Park, Reimer’s Ranch Park, Westcave Outdoor Discovery Center, and Hamilton Pool Preserve. Kids will love the local parks and playgrounds. In the heart of ‘Drip’, so the locals call it, you can find your local H-E-B and Home Depot and of course your local Starbucks, but don’t forget a local favorite for coffee, Mazama on historic Mercer St. Dripping Springs is well known for local breweries and in the surrounding areas have award winning wineries in small towns like Driftwood and Fredericksburg.
In 2014, Dripping Springs became the first city in Texas to be designated a dark sky community, meaning it has implemented outdoor lighting ordinances and educational activities to help preserve the night sky for future generations.