In the heart of the Hill Country, 30 miles northwest of Austin, TX is the Travisso Community in Leander. 2,100 acres of home sites, commercial land, and natural beauty make Travisso one of the most sought-after communities in the Austin metropolitan area. Construction has been underway for several years, and when completed, the community will have more than 2,900 homes. Check out all of the new home subdivisions at Travisso!
Four builders work in Travisso, collectively offering over 80 floorplans to choose from, making it easy to find your dream home! Click here to view all available homes for sale in Travisso. Moving soon, and looking for a quick move-in? See all currently available quick delivery homes in Travisso.
Drees: With nearly a century of homebuilding experience, count on Drees Custom Homes to deliver quality homes and excellent customer service. Eight of their home plans are available in Travisso, with prices starting in the upper-$500’s. These spacious two-story layouts all include three-car garages, open-concept kitchens that lead into the family room, and isolated owner’s suites with large walk-in closets.
Texas-based Highland Homes offers unique architectural beauty and award-winning customer service. The 12 Travisso designs they offer begin in the mid-$300’s, and expand to over 3,000 square feet. The spacious and open 559H Plan is ideal for entertaining with its combined kitchen, breakfast area, family room, and dining room.
One of two developers in Travisso, Taylor Morrison encourages new homebuyers to actively engage in the homebuilding process by forming a partnership with the builder. Taylor Morrison offers 37 designs across four different collections: Capri, Siena, Naples, and Florence. Prices range from the $300’s to the $600’s. Consider the elegant Tuscany Plan from the Florence Collection, which features a private entrance casita for guests, as well as an open courtyard and optional extended patio and outdoor kitchen prime for entertainment.
Toll Brothers has been repeatedly ranked the #1 homebuilder worldwide by FORTUNE magazine. Toll Brothers brings 24 designs across three collections: Siena, Naples, and Florence; prices range from the $400’s to the $800’s. The Longview, with its already spacious kitchen, is any chef’s dream with the option of expanding your cooking space by adding a wine room.
Travisso is known for its award-winning amenities. Looking to embrace the great outdoors? Miles of hike and bike trails weave through the community, just waiting to be explored. To cool down in the summer, check out the resort-style pool and children’s splash pad available, with a fire pit and BBQ grills nearby. At the center of it all is the Palazzo Clubhouse, named the 2017 Best Community Clubhouse in Texas by the Texas Association of Builders. The 9,000 square foot amenity center includes a 2,000 square-foot fitness center, recreational fields, and lighted tennis courts. Residents have access to the open-air pavilion and indoor private event space for socializing and enjoying life.
Being tucked away Hill Country doesn’t mean Travisso is inaccessible. Nearby shopping includes Lakeline Mall, 1890 Ranch Shopping Center, The Parke, and Round Rock Premium Outlets. The Crystal Falls Golf Club is adjacent to the community, and Lake Travis is less than 20 miles. The nearby H-E-B Center at Cedar Park hosts music performances and other entertainment.
Public School Ranking System
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.
Leander Independent School District
Travisso is zoned to Leander ISD, which serves more than 38,000 students across 43 campuses. A well-known and highly respected school district, Leander ISD received a “B” 2018 Accountability Rating.
Elementary students attend C.C. Mason Elementary, an IB World School at 1501 N. Lakeline Boulevard in Cedar Park. 624 students enrolled as Mason Mustangs for the 2018-19 academic year in grades Pre-K through 5th; the class size averaged 16.2 students. The school scored an overall C on their annual report card.
Running Brushy Middle School is located at 2303 N. Lakeline Boulevard in Cedar Park, and hosts 6th-8th grade students from Travisso. Their mascot is the Cougar, and 1,227 students enrolled for the 2018-19 academic year with an average of 22 students per classroom. For the same year, the school scored an overall B on the school report card.
High school students living in Travisso enroll at Leander High School, an IB World School at 3301 S. Bagdad Road. 2,151 students enrolled as Leander Lions for the 2018-19 academic year, with an average of about 22 students per classroom. For the same year, the school received an A, or Exemplary Performance, on their annual school report card.
Explore the Travisso Lifestyle
Inspired by the Italian countryside, Travisso is ready to welcome you home with award-winning amenities, respected builders, and a high performing school district. Its location makes it ideal for families, but with such a wide range of offerings, the community has something for everyone. Find your new home in Travisso today!
One more thing before you go. We have a list of other popular master planned communities around Austin you may be interested in. If you are coming in from out of town, our Austin relocation guide might come in handy as well.
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.