Anderson Mill Homes For Sale
Anderson Mill is an established community in northwest Austin named for the Anderson Gristmill that once operated off Volente Road in the early 1860s. This neighborhood offers 60 acres of parks and greenbelt areas connected by six miles of hike and bike trails. Residents benefit from two year-round heated pools, six parks with playscapes, tennis and volleyball courts, soccer fields, and a softball diamond. In addition, residents can join the Anderson Mill Fitness Center which offers weights and fitness machines. Residents can also join Balcones Country Club. Future stars of both the NHL Texas Stars and NBA Austin Spurs games provide excitement at the nearby Cedar Park Center. Mini golf, bowling, and billiards are all available at the nearby Main Event. Thrill seekers can find it with indoor skydiving at iFly. Balcones Country Club and Avery Ranch Golf Club are also close by. Lakeline Mall just north of the neighborhood has over 150 stores and a cinema. Around the mall are a number of local and chain restaurants. This area also encompasses Walmart, Target, and two supermarkets. Several other local parks are nearby including Old Stage Park with tennis courts and a dog off-leash area. The neighborhood association sponsors many events for residents to enjoy throughout the year. At the end of the day, you can relax with friends and the magnificent sunset views over Lake Travis at the Oasis
Major nearby employers include Dell, Q2, and Apple. Anderson Mill residents enjoy a relatively short commute to nearly anywhere in Austin. The neighborhood is adjacent to Hwy. 45 and 183, two major local highways, giving easy access to the rest of the city. The area is close to the high-tech companies of north Austin and not far from downtown.
Anderson Mill students attend Round Rock ISD. Anderson Mill Elementary School (PK-5), Grisham Middle School (6-8), and Westwood High School (9-12) serve students living in this neighborhood. Westwood is widely considered one of the top high schools in the state. As part of their curriculum, students choose a career interest integrated through job shadowing and dual-credit courses. Private schools in the area include Concordia University and Hill Country Christian School (PK-12).