Circle C’s newest neighborhood, Avana-Esquel will host its grand opening event Saturday August 20th. Avana-Esquel is one of the last opportunities to own a brand new home in Circle C and is also one of Circle C’s most affordable neighborhoods. These brand new homes will be ENERGY STAR qualified, which could translate into a savings of up to 45% compared to older Circle C homes.
Built by Standard Pacific Homes
Standard Pacific will build 12 floor plans with up to 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and 1,869-3,298 sq ft. You’ll also find open floor plans, well appointed kitchens, flexible living and entertaining areas and plenty of options to customize your home as you see fit.
Grand Opening Event with Special Pricing August 20, 2011
To check out the models and learn about special pricing, stop by Avana-Esquel’s grand opening on Saturday August 20, 2011. The event will be held at 6333 Antigo, Austin 78739, which is right off Highway 45.
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Johannus Merchant says
Why wouldn’t someone just buy the same floorplan in Parkside at Slaughter Creek for 100K less?
Johannus Merchant says
The schools are rated the same (Baldwin vs. Blazier) the crime rate is the same, the amenities are better, and the distance to downtown is 2/3 as far, the Formula One track is coming, the superior soil that will keep the trees alive during this 10-year drought we are in while everything west of Mopac turns into a desert, the rollingempty hills of that aren’t spoiled like what happened in SW Austin, and the Comprehensive Austin plan that is bringing a major employer to the SH45/I-35 regional center. More upside to this part of town from a QOL and investment standpoint.
Perhaps selling RE on that side of town will be more lucrative over the next 10 years than SW Austin.
Rebecca Williamson says
Hi Johannus – Thanks for your comment! While the elementary schools are rated the same, the middle and high schools on the southwest side are rated higher than on the southeast side of town. There is definitely a push to expand and grow the east side of Austin. It will be interesting to watch and see how this area develops over the next several years.