The Reserve at Balcones

“The Reserve at Balcones lies in the heart of the hill country, nestled on the eastern border of Liberty Hill in Central Texas. The proposed site boasts 246 acres of rolling hills, a meandering creek, and a beautiful community lake. Adjacent to the development on three sides is the Balcones Canyonland National Wildlife Refuge, which further contributes to the natural tranquility.”


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Building on a firm Foundation

“Layers of limestone, up to 1,000 feet thick in some places, underlie Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge. In Spanish, “Balcones” means balconies and is a reference to the limestone terraces clearly visible in many parts of the refuge. They were formed more than 60 million years ago when central Texas was a shallow sea thriving with primitive fish and other wildlife.”

Sustainable Living in a Tranquil Setting