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Shadow Pointe Homes for Sale in Round Rock TX
Shadow Pointe is a an attractive neighborhood of Texas Hill Country-style homes located off of Double Creek Drive and Gattis School Road. Kimball Hill and Gehan Homes built the Shadow Pointe homes for sale in Round Rock in the late 2000’s. The community is close to State Highway 45 and I-35 for a quick commute to Dell, Emerson, and Austin.
Quick Stats on Shadow Pointe Homes for Sale in Round Rock TX
Shadow Pointe homes range in size from a basic 1,500 square feet starter home to a spacious 3,000 square feet luxury home with 3-4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The average home size is 2,500 square feet. Shadow Pointe homes for sale in Round Rock were built in the late 2000’s. The community’s average home build date is 2008.
Shadow Pointe Home Features
Shadow Pointe homes for sale in Round Rock include open floor plans; flowing kitchens with breakfast nooks; master suites with walk-in closets, dual vanity sinks, garden tubs; large game rooms; and two-story ceilings. Exteriors include private backyards, plantation shutters, and arched doorways.
Schools near Shadow Pointe
Students who live in Shadow Pointe are served by the Round Rock Independent School District. They will likely attend:
Please keep in mind that Round Rock is a fast growing city and the school boundaries occasionally shift to accommodate new neighborhoods and the many homes for sale in Round Rock.
Builders in Shadow Pointe
Gehan Homes was founded in the mid-1990’s and headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Gehan is the 29th largest builder in the US, and 11th among privately owned builders. They are consistently recognized for exceptional design, with awards that include the 2010 Texas Association of Builders STAR Award for Volume Builder of the Year, 2013 PRISM Award for Best Product Design, and five 2016 STAR Awards. Gehan Homes was purchased by Japan’s 4th largest domestic builder, Sumitomo Forestry Co. Sumitomo plans to finance better land acquisitions to propel future growth for the home builder.
Kimball Hill closed its doors during the economic downturn of 2008. They were founded in suburban Chicago, Illinois in 1969 and operated in a handful of midwestern and southern states.