From the tech hub of Austin to Round Rock, from Horseshoe Bay to Fredericksburg, the Central Texas Hill Country is the ideal location for those seeking the best of both worlds: city access and the luxury of quiet escapes.

Any real estate purchase is better when done in a healthy and growing economy. Known as a global leader in the energy industry, the state of Texas is the main HQ for Fortune 500 companies such as Exxon Mobil, BP, Conoco Phillips, Marathon Oil, Tesoro, and Valero. Also considered an educational haven, the Central Texas region comprises Austin, the second most populous state capital in the country and home to the University of Texas at Austin.  College Station is home to the main campus of Texas A&M University and not to be overlooked is Round Rock, headquarters for the world’s largest privately held technology company, Dell. All signs pointing to an economy that’s stronger than ever.

Whether you stay home or venture out, the unique experiences of Central Texas make for a spectacular lifestyle. With hundreds of activities at your disposal, you might find it hard to stay-in when the Texas Wine Country is just ninety minutes away. The Fredericksburg area features 15 wineries known to be reminiscent of the wine growing regions of central Italy and the Rhone Valley in France. If the native Texas flora interests you, head to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center to see what’s blooming and growing for the season. The Center, founded by former first lady, Lady Bird Johnson, and actress Helen Hayes, houses over 650 native Texas plant species in gardens, meadows and nature trails. If water adventures or fishing beckons, escape to one of the nearby lakes.


Welcome to West Austin’s Hill Country. Back in 1850 when the city of Austin was nearing a population of 900 people, a man named Dietrich Bohls decided to move his family to the center of Barton Creek and Little Barton Creek – the first known settlement of the area known today as the City of Bee Cave.  For nearly 140 years, Bee Cave has maintained its intrigue as the literal escape from “big city” influence.  For those seeking a retreat from the ‘Silicon Hills’ without the risk of disconnecting, Bee Cave is perfectly positioned to offer an easeful transition from Austin. Whether you are moving in from other parts of Texas or from beyond the Lone Star State, Bee Cave remains the standard of family cultivation for Austinites seeking a serene and secure home with room to grow.



Twenty (20) minutes away from Bee Cave, Austin boasts legendary live music, a renowned restaurant scene and a unique diverse culture that influences visitors and locals alike.  Austin is the birthplace of Whole Foods Market, Austin City Limits and South by Southwest® (SXSW®) Conference & Festival.  Austin is also home to a major technology sector and growing start-up scene connected to and gaining comparisons to Silicon Valley. Also home to Formula 1 races and Circuit of the America’s race track, major music and racing events take place in the city year round. Nearby is the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport with over eighty (80) convenient and direct flights to over forty (40) destinations in the U.S. and Mexico for quick weekend getaways or extended holiday vacations.