The High Country subdivision offers residents the best combination of location and convenience in Round Rock. Located south of Gattis School Road and west of Red Bud Lane, residents of this charming community enjoy easy access to Toll Road 45 and 130 for easy commutes to Austin or the surrounding areas. Just north of the subdivision is an H-E-B Grocery Store, Walgreen’s Pharmacy and other small shops.
A variety of activities are nearby including a roller skating rink, a kid’s inflatable play place and the Clay Madsen Recreation Center, a 50,500-square-foot facility with two basketball courts, weight room, aerobics classes, and indoor swimming pool. In nearby Pflugerville, shopping is convenient at the Stone Hill Shopping Center that includes a Target, Home Store, and Cinemark Movie Theater. Also a short drive away is the La Frontera Shopping Center with Wal-mart, Lowes, and Kohls. Dining out is fun with a multitude of restaurants in nearly every direction.
Just a short drive away, the 645-acre Old Settlers Park gives residents access a myriad of outdoor fun and includes the park’s playgrounds, hike and bike nature trails, baseball and softball fields, disc golf course, duck pond and the Rock‘N River water park open every summer. For additional summer fun, residents can head over to the Hawaiian Falls Water Park in Pflugerville.
Homes in High Country
Homes in High Country vary from 1,300 square feet 3 bedroom 2 bath homes up to homes that are around 2,800 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 3 baths. The majority of homes have two-car garages, while a handful have three-car garages, landscaped yards with mature shade trees. Given the wide variety of home sizes available in High Country, homes generally range from the mid $100’s to the mid $200’s.
High Country Amenities
High Country offers convenient amenities with two parks located just within the neighborhood. High Country Park is just over 10 acres and has two playscapes, picnic tables, short paved walking trail, full basketball court and playing fields. At the northern end of the subdivision is Bradford Park, a smaller 4.35 acre park that has 0.30 miles of trail, a picturesque body of water that rests in the heart of the park, four picnic tables, two barbecue grills, and a playscape.
High Country also has benefits being located nearby:
Historic Round Rock Downtown Community, with events held throughout the year
Convenient commute with nearby Interstate Highway 35, Texas Toll Road 130 and the Texas 45 Toll Road
Old Settlers Park and the Clay Madsen Recreation Center
La Frontera Shopping Center, Round Rock Premium Outlets and the Stone Hill Town Center in Pflugerville
Hawaiian Falls Water Park
High Country Schools
Students in High Country attend Round Rock ISD schools, which is comprised of over 30 elementary schools, 10 middle schools and 5 high schools. Over 45,000 students attend the schools in the district, which stretches into North Austin and parts of Cedar Park.
The Elementary, Middle and High Schools are all within a 2 mile distance, just a short drive away. Cedar Ridge High School focuses on a learning environment that respects all cultures, celebrates achievement, and promotes citizenship in an ever-changing global community.
Gattis Elementary School
2920 Round Rock Ranch Blvd
Round Rock, TX 78665
Ridgeview Middle School
2000 Via Sonoma Trail
Round Rock, TX 78665
Cedar Ridge High School
2801 Gattis School Road
Round Rock, TX 78664
Homes for Sale in High Country
Restaurants Near High Country
Entertainment and dining options are prevalent in Round Rock, and many amazing restaurants are located within a short distance from the High Country neighborhood. Here are a few of the best rated ones on Yelp in the Southeast Round Rock area.
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