Thirty minutes from Downtown Austin is a new gated, master-planned community featuring a “lock and leave” lifestyle with modern Central Texas luxury home designs, Diamond Oaks. Located between highways I-35 and 130 on 79, Diamond Oaks is easily accessible at the heart of Round Rock’s active lifestyle and sports community. Residents will enjoy the Texas culture with exceptional amenities while living near one of the best parks and sports facilities in the region.
A quiet, modern garden home community, residents will have seven customizable floor plans to choose from that include exceptional finishes and features, including brick and stone elevations, cathedral ceilings, two-car garages, and covered patios to enjoy the beautiful Texas Hill Country night or day. Round Rock home owners can also be assured of a secure living environment with the private, gated entrance. The HOA fee includes cutting the grass in both the front and back yards.
Diamond Oaks is adjacent to Round Rock’s Old Settlers Park, the crown jewel of the city’s park system and a well-known sports destination in the youth and amateur sports leagues. The park’s 645 acres provides ample space for several recreational pursuits such as disc golf, cricket, a 20-field baseball complex, a 5-field softball complex, soccer facilities, and more. Old Settlers Park is also a place to congregate outside, barbecue, and have a game of horseshoes at one of the two pavilions. This provides residents with plenty of recreational opportunities within walking distance from their front door. Plus, many of the area’s top employers, including Dell and Scott & White, are nearby as well as the best shopping and dining at Round Rock Outlets, La Frontera, The Domain and more. Diamond Oaks is also an ideal location for growing families to call home with access to the highly acclaimed Round Rock schools.
The Dell Diamond is also within walking distance. The Dell Diamond is the home stadium of the Round Rock Express, the AAA minor league baseball affiliate of the Texas Rangers major league baseball team. The team is owned and operated by Nolan Ryan”s family. The stadium has also hosted other sporting events and concerts.
We invite you to discover why Diamond Oaks is close to everything, yet far from ordinary.Find your new home today! Take your first step towards finding your new home by contacting us.