Top planned communities in the South
When one thinks of living in the South, Florida and the Carolinas are usually the first places that come to mind. However, don’t discount their nearby neighbors Alabama and Mississippi, both of which have plenty of Southern hospitality to go around and make these areas one of the best places to live.
For those seeking thrills further afield, Arkansas and Texas offer excellent jumping off points for the next adventure. Not to mention, it’s generally less expensive to live in this region — just make sure to invest in a good air conditioner with all the money you’ll save. The South is anything but slow-moving, with both large and small cities steeped in American history, exciting economic prospects, and deep cultural, musical, and culinary traditions.
Whether you’re retiring, working from home, or raising a family, Headwaters in the Hill Country of Texas is a destination to explore.
The HW Central recreational complex is the hub of healthy year-round activities at Headwaters. The community’s Lifestyle Director schedules interest-club meetings and coordinates special events, while neighbors can meet up anytime at The Hub coffee shop. HW Fit is the center’s unique fitness facility that features state-of-the-art cardio and strength-training equipment, plus group workout programs. Just outside is the split-level pool complex with a splash pad for the kids and trailheads for more than eight miles of scenic walking and biking paths.
Headwaters is being developed by industry leader Freehold Communities, which has put its upscale imprint on premier communities from Florida to California. For Headwaters, the company has assembled a roster of award-winning homebuilders like Ashton Woods, David Weekly, Taylor Morrison, and Newmark. The modern farmhouse-inspired residences are open floor plan designs with high ceilings, lots of windows, and large front porches.
In the nearby town of Dripping Springs, Headwaters residents can enjoy evenings in the historic downtown district, as well as convenient professional services, wineries, golf courses, and other lifestyle extras in the immediate area. Just 25 minutes away is the Texas state capitol of Austin with its famous live-music venues, fine-dining restaurants, hi-tech businesses, and all of the cultural amenities supported by the main campus of the University of Texas.
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