November 20th, 2018

Taylor Morrison Joins Home Builders at Austin-Area MP

Original article appears on

Will offer all-new modern floor plans at Headwaters from approximately 2,158 to 3,407 square feet and starting in the high-$300,000s.

Freehold Communities has added Taylor Morrison to its roster of home builders at the Headwaters master-planned community in Dripping Springs, Texas.

Taylor Morrison will break ground on its brand-new Hill Country modern designs beginning this month.

Taylor Morrison will offer all-new modern floor plans at Headwaters. Homes will range in size from approximately 2,158 to 3,407 square feet and start in the high-300’s. The homes will include open-concept gathering rooms, gourmet kitchens, flex space, and newly designed owner’s suites, giving homebuyers the opportunity to create a home that perfectly aligns with their lifestyle.

“Each of our Headwaters’ builders is carefully selected to bring unique homes to the neighborhood and ensure the highest quality experience for our buyers,” said Matt D. Matthews, developer of Headwaters. “Taylor Morrison has built a strong reputation here in Central Texas, and we know our current and future residents will be just as excited about their presence as we are.”

Taylor Morrison residents at Headwaters will have access to amenities including a state-of-the-art recreational complex, a split-level pool, fitness center, water playscape, a coffee shop, and miles of trails to hike, jog or walk.

“This is an opportunity for Austin home buyers to own a beautifully designed Taylor Morrison home in the desirable Dripping Springs area,” said April Whitaker, president of Taylor Morrison’s Austin division. “These new homes offer the ideal Hill Country lifestyle home buyers are craving while delivering an unbeatable location close to dining, shopping, entertainment, and A-rated schools.”

Taylor Morrison joins existing Headwaters builders David Weekley, Trendmaker and Dream Finders. The first Taylor Morrison homes are expected to deliver in early 2019.

Read the original article at >