Featured Neighborhood: Sawyer Ranch
Credit: David Brodsky Properties
Nestled in some of the most picturesque scenery in the Texas Hill Country lies the neighborhood of Sawyer Ranch. Comprised of acreage homesites sweeping 280-acres of land, the community of upscale homes was first developed in the late 2000s. It features many of the popular design features of the time it was developed, with some of the custom homes having been updated with more modern trends.
About Sawyer Ranch
Located in the City of Dripping Springs, Sawyer Ranch named its streets from the story, “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.” The community reflects a love for the outdoors. As a result, residents enjoy beautiful, scenic views and abundant greenbelts filled with native trees and grasses. You’ll also find wet weather creeks, a pond and many species of wildlife.
Sawyer Ranch Homes
Most homes in Sawyer Ranch have an average of 3,500 square feet of living space. Sawyer Ranch homes often feature high ceilings, open kitchens, family rooms and partially-covered outdoor living spaces. Many of the homes offer floorplans with 3 to 5 bedrooms. Homesites are an acre or larger.
Sawyer Ranch homes were Inspired by Craftsman and Traditional architecture. The exteriors have brick, stone and stucco exteriors that complement the natural landscape. Homeowners in Sawyer Ranch enjoy picturesque views of some of Dripping Springs most beautiful scenery.
Sawyer Ranch Schools
Students living within Sawyer Ranch attend the acclaimed Dripping Springs ISD. Younger students attend Dripping Springs Elementary School (PK-5), while older students attend Dripping Springs Middle School (6-8) and Dripping Springs High School (9-12), home of The Tigers.
Dripping Springs High School is known for being the first in Texas to implement the Pride in Portfolio Program. It assists students in readiness for post-high school life. It also boasts above average ACT and SAT scores, as well as a championship band program. There are plentiful private school options such as The King's Academy (K4-9), Dragonfly International School (PK-8) and Dripping Springs Christian Academy (K-12).
Life in Sawyer Ranch
Sawyer Ranch is a rare neighborhood that combines the natural amenities of the Texas Hill Country with the luxurious features of a master-planned community. Community amenities include amenity center that includes a swimming pool, fenced play area, covered pavilion with a fireplace, restrooms and a barbecue area. Although Dripping Springs is considered the gateway to the Texas Hill Country, the community offers a short commute to downtown Austin. Additionally, Sawyer Ranch is just a short drive from all the necessities such as medical and dental care. There’s also nearby Belterra Village with shopping, a movie theater, and restaurants. Residents also enjoy easy access to wineries, breweries, distilleries, and live music are all close by.
Residents of Sawyer Ranch enjoy an active lifestyle within the community. Streams and wooded areas give the neighborhood a casual country feel, while its community center, pool, and playground keep residents connected. Just outside the community, residents enjoy hiking, swimming, and cycling at Pedernales Falls State Park. There are also wine tastings at one of the area's many wineries.
Live music and food are just down the road at Nutty Brown Café. Barbecue fans can take advantage of the close proximity to the famous barbecue at The Salt Lick located just around the corner in Driftwood. Shoppers get their fix at the shops of Drippings Springs and Wimberley. More upscale shopping opportunities are available at the Hill Country Galleria in nearby Bee Cave.
Learn More About Sawyer Ranch Homes for Sale
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