Searching for a charming small town that’s close enough to Austin and San Marcos? Dripping Springs is just the ticket. Your choices of new homes in Dripping Springs just got better with the addition of a new builder in Caliterra. You can find this master-planned community 20 miles southwest of downtown Austin, off Hwy. 290 on Ranch Road 12.
Caliterra is excited to welcome Pulte Homes to the community. Meet the new builder that’s building homes that blend beautifully with nature.
About Pulte Homes
Everyone defines their ideal home differently. For more than 70 years, Pulte has been building homes based on the homeowner’s definition of a home. Some want an indoor haven. Some an outdoor oasis. Some an office for remote working. And some a classroom for homeschooling and homework. Or a mix of it all.
You can personalize your home with these tools:
- Flexible floor plans
- Interactive design tools
- Kitchenology to match your kitchen style
- Smart home technology
Pulte offers a variety of floor plans to meet different needs. They have plans for young couples, empty nesters, growing families, and every other stage of life. Moreover, the floor plans are flexible and versatile.
Pulte’s Caliterra community floor plans contain the following:
- Eight designs
- Two to four bedrooms
- Two to four and one-half bathrooms
- Two- to three-car garage
They have options for every budget. The model home is located at 117 Evelyn Ct., Dripping Springs, Texas 78620. You can reach Pulte Homes at 512-234-3756.
Living in Dripping Springs’ Caliterra Community
In designing this community by Onion Creek, the architects created places for community gatherings across the neighborhood. Its purpose is to give you the opportunity to reflect and enjoy nature’s splendor.
What makes living in this community special is that it’s becoming a place for people like you who have a passion for nature and the outdoors. Imagine strolling or riding through the community hiking and biking trails or swimming in the Cove. Or perhaps, gather around the table by the community party barn catching up with new and old friends.
Watch the big game on the TV in the community hall. Or explore the treehouse with the kids that’s built among a group of 100-year-old live oak trees.