Sweetwater, an Austin Master-Planned Community, Hosts Free Tour of Homes

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More than a dozen new homes will be available for tours each weekend for the next month.

The flyer invitation for Sweetwater's Harvest Tour of Homes, where more than a dozen Austin new homes will be on display.

Sweetwater, a master-planned community in Austin, will open its doors for the Harvest Tour of Homes every weekend for the next month.

The Harvest Tour of Homes starts on Saturday, Oct. 20 and will continue each Saturday and Sunday through Nov. 18. Visitors will be able to tour more than a dozen new homes on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 6 p.m.

Each of the homes on the tour is available for quick move-in, so families who find a home they love could move in almost immediately.

“We’re excited to welcome people into our community with this tour of homes,” Sweetwater Marketing Manager Kathy Mayer said. “Although people can view these homes at any time on the Sweetwater website, it’s a worthwhile experience to visit in person because you can get a much more encompassing view of not just the beautiful homes but the community as a whole.

The homes on the tour are designed and built by renowned homebuilders Ashton Woods, Coventry, David Weekley and Taylor Morrison. Each builder also has a furnished model home that will be available for tours as well.

About Sweetwater

Sweetwater is a 1,400-acre new home community located where Austin meets the Hill Country in western Travis County. The community is in the Lake Travis Independent School District, which ranks among the top 5 percent of school districts statewide. Among the community’s amenities is the Sweetwater Club, a 10-acre recreation complex. Home prices range from the $250s to the $600s. In addition to Ashton Woods, Coventry, David Weekley, Ryland and Taylor Morrison, Drees Custom Homes also plans to begin building soon in Sweetwater.
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