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Old 07-17-2008, 11:44 AM
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Hi. I like the homes in the Villiages at Western Oaks and Legend Oaks sub-divisons. What part of Austin is that? Where are the grocery stores in the area? How about retail shopping, dining and other entertainment? Didn't see any. Does anyone know who the homebuilder is?

Are there homes similar to these in N. and N.W Austin?
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Old 07-17-2008, 12:31 PM
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This is called Southwest Austin.

There is a brand new HEB/ Central Market hybrid grocery store on Slaughter and Escarpment. (Just south of the area you describe.) In addition there's a Randalls at William Cannon and Mopac, and another HEB at William Cannon and Brodie. There's also going to be a new HEB at 1826 and 290 at some point soon. So grocery store wise, it's well covered.

Plenty of retail shopping at the Shops at Arbor Trails (right at William Cannon and Mopac) which also has a Chuy's, a Cheddars, and a few other eateries. Down by the HEB/Central Market hybrid there's a Waterloo Ice Houst, Satellite Cafe, and a horrible Mexican Food place. More stuff is on the way.
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Old 07-17-2008, 02:35 PM
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Sunset Valley at Brodie and 290 has tons of shopping and it's not all that far to take William Cannon or Slaughter to I-35 and go south to the new Southpark Meadows shopping center.
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