One of my favorite subdivisions to buy and sell homes!
Sun City is the first Del Webb community in Texas, where you will find active adults over fifty-five plus years old. One will always feel as if living in paradise or a year long resort lifestyle. From the swimming pool to woodshop, you will always find something to do.
As you meander through the 7000 acres, you will see the immaculate golf grounds, offering three private golf courses:
If golf is not your ideal hobby, it is ok. Head down to the woodshop and build those deferred projects or just sharpen your skills to build larger crafts. If that is not your cup of tea, here is a link of other available clubs.
For the outdoor enthusiast, you have the option to swim at three swimming pools or enjoy the catch and release fishing ponds. You can also enjoy world-class fitness centers, tennis, pickleball, bocce, horseshoes and miles of walking trails. Four amenity centers offer art and craft studios, a woodshop, computer lab, billiards hall and meeting rooms for clubs and classes. The horticultural gardens, softball park and dog park also provide enjoyable opportunities for residents to engage in an active lifestyle in Hill Country.
The residents also honor veterans for their service and dedication, Veteran Memorial Plaza.
I’ve always referred Sun City as a paradise. Check out this video to see why:
Here are current listings in Sun City. Call to view or get more details.
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