Located in Austin, Texas, is the Mueller master planned community, a new urban development that opened June 2018. Plans to transform the previous site of the Robert Mueller Municipal Airport into a residential and commercial community began in August 2007; upon completion, the 700 acre community will have more than 6,000 homes. Learn more about all of the new home subdivisions in Mueller!
By 2020, five builders will be offering more than 30 floorplans for families to consider. As construction continues, keep track of all of the new homes available in Mueller.
One builder who has already begun construction is David Weekley Homes. In order to offer the most options to new homeowners, the company will be offering both single detached yard homes and attached row homes. Consider the Rainier, a yard home design with a modest backyard space. This four bedroom, three bathroom home is perfect for families looking for a home to grow into while still feeling cozy. The Kal, a row house design, is ideal for homeowners who love to entertain guests: the owner’s suite is isolated upstairs with the two additional bedrooms on the first floor to give both guests and homeowners privacy. David Weekley Homes in the Mueller community start in the mid $400’s.
Another builder to keep your eye out for is CalAtlantic, which is currently offering 11 total plans across three different categories: Mueller House, 45s Yardhouse, and 37s Yardhouse. Prices begin the upper $400’s. Take a look at the spacious Neward, a yard house design, with an isolated downstairs master suite and a covered patio that opens into both the garage and the dining room; this easy to navigate layout is great for homeowners who love hosting holiday celebrations with family and friends.
On Site Amenities
Mueller is designed to give you access to everything you need … all within walking distance! Pay a visit to the Farmer’s Market on Wednesdays and Sundays to purchase locally-grown produce and other products. Rather eat out? Stop by the Mueller Trailer Eats food court or one of the several dozen eateries within the community.
There are currently three districts within Mueller, each with their own dining, shopping, and entertainment options. Both the Regional Retail District and the Market District house shops for daily needs, including an 83,000 square foot H-E-B grocery store. When completed, the Town Center District on Aldrich Street, spanning 42 acres in the heart of Mueller, will host more than 1.2 million square feet of commercial and residential real estate. Entertainment includes an Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, where you can enjoy a delicious meal while you watch the latest blockbuster film; and The Thinkery, a children’s museum for the kids – and the kids at heart.
Austin natives are fans of the great outdoors, and Mueller is no different. Around 90 of the planned 140 acres of green space have been completed, offering hike and bike trails, playgrounds, picnic areas, and waterfronts to residents and visitors. And if you’re such a fan of Mueller you never want to leave, the community has more than three million square feet of commercial office development, meaning it will be possible to work, eat, and play all within a short distance from home.
Off Site Amenities
Should you decide you want to venture more into the city, downtown Austin is a few miles south and has several historic sites, event centers, and social venues to frequent. The University of Texas – the second-largest institution of higher education in the state – is even closer, and regularly features performances and has several museums on site.
And of course, we wouldn’t be talking about Austin if we didn’t mention the live music scene. Whether it’s the internationally known South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival or a smaller performance at a local brewery, just a short time in Austin will show you why the city is considered the Live Music Capital of the World®.
The Texas Education Agency assesses the performance of students in public grade school using the Texas Academic Performance Report, or TAPR (formerly Academic Excellence Indicator System, or AEIS). Scoring districts is as follows:
- A – Exemplary Performance
- B – Recognized Performance
- C – Acceptable Performance
- D – In Need of Improvement
- F – Unacceptable Performance
Beginning in 2019, individual campuses are being ranked on the same scale. Previously, they were given a score of Met Standard, Met Alternative Standard, Improvement Required, Not Rated, or Not Rated: Data Integrity Issues.
Austin Independent School District
More than 83,000 students are enrolled in AISD’s 129 campuses. An overall well-ranked district, AISD was awarded a B Accountability Rating in 2018, and a Meets Requirements for the Special Education Determination Status.
Several different campuses serve students living in the Mueller community, including Maplewood Elementary, home of the Mustangs. Located at 3808 Maplewood Avenue, the school enrolls just over 450 students annually in grades Pre-K – 6th. Class sizes on this campus were on par with or below district and state averages, which no doubt played a part in Maplewood Elementary scoring an overall B for school performance during the 2018-19 academic year.
Students can also be enrolled as a Bobcat at Blanton Elementary, located at 5408 Westminster Drive. Like its peer school, just over 450 students enroll yearly in grades Pre-K – 5th, with an average of 18 students per classroom. Blanton scored an overall C on school performance during the 2018-19 school year, and received recognition for Academic Achievement in English Language Arts/Reading, as well as Post-Secondary Readiness.
Kealing Middle School is one of three options for students in the Mueller community, located at 1607 Pennsylvania Avenue. Around 1,200 students enroll as Kealing Hornets annually in grades 6-8, and classroom size averages around 21. The school was rated an overall B on performance, and received special recognition in multiple areas for the 2018-19 academic year: Academic Achievement in Science, Academic Achievement in Mathematics, Academic Achievement in English Language Arts/Reading, Academic Achievement in Social Studies, and Post-Secondary Readiness.
According to Austin ISD’s website, students at Blanton Elementary feed into Dr. Bertha Sadler Means Young Women’s Leadership Academy or Gus Garcia Young Men’s Leadership Academy. Sadler Means YWLA, home of the Dragons, is an all-girls academy located at 6401 North Hampton Drive. Between 350 and 400 students enroll in grades 6-8 annually. Sadler Means YWLA scored an overall F on school performance for the 2018-19 academic year on the annual report card.
Gus Garcia Young Men’s Leadership Academy at 7414 Johnny Morris Road is similar in structure to the YWLA: the all-boys school’s mascot is also the Dragons, and they enroll between 350 and 400 6th-8th grade students annually. For 2018-19, Garcia YMLA’s annual report card school overall school performance a C, having slightly improved from the previous year.
Finally, there are two high schools zoned to the Mueller community. McCallum High School at 5600 Sunshine Drive is home of the Knights, with nearly 1,800 students enrolled in grades 9-12. Classroom sizes averaged 23 students, and the campus scored an A overall on their annual report card. The school was also recognized for exemplary performance in Academic Achievement in Mathematics; Top 25 percent: Comparative Academic Growth; and Top 25 percent: Comparative Closing the Gaps.
Northeast Early College High School at 7104 Berkman Drive enrolls slightly fewer students than McCallum, with a student body of around 1,200. The 2018-19 annual report card scored Northeast ECHS (previously Reagan High School) with an overall B. The school also earned recognition for exemplary performance in four areas: Academic Achievement in English Language Arts/Reading, Academic Achievement in Social Studies, Post-Secondary Readiness, and Top 25 percent: Comparative Closing the Gaps.
In the future, additional schools will become available to Mueller residents; the community also has plans to build an onsite school.
A New Urban Village
Designed for easy access to work, play, and living, Mueller is a master plan community for the 21st century homeowner. Embrace the Austin values of good food, good music, and great company; find your new home in Mueller today!
Mia Zozobrado joined Builders Digital Experience (BDX) in 2019 as a content writer. A graduate of Southwestern University with a degree in English, Mia is passionate about the written word and making connections. Outside of work, Mia also serves on the Board of Directors for the Writers’ League of Texas.