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Award-Winning Scott Felder Homes Offers Move-In-Ready Designs in Leander's Bryson

August 5, 2018

Premiere Central Texas builder Scott Felder Homes has homes available in Bryson, an amenity-filled master-planned community in Leander. Just north of Austin, Bryson features designs from Scott Felder Homes perfect for any family’s unique lifestyle.

This lushly landscaped community offers country living convenient to city advantages, Leander’s MetroRail station, shopping, medical and more. Families will love Bryson’s Backyard Amenity Center, picturesque pool, year-round events, green spaces and winding trails. Students living in Bryson attend acclaimed Leander ISD schools.

Scott Felder Homes’ Bryson offerings showcase modern architecture and open-concept designs. Priced from the $289s to the $380s, floorplans by this award-winning builder range from 1,777 square feet to 3,000-plus square feet. 

Check out move-in ready homes available from Scott Felder Homes, and tour the model home at 2109 Abelia Lane in Leander to learn about the following opportunities.

The Georgetown plan at 605 Smilser Lane is a new, single-story 2,244-square-foot plan. It has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms plus powder room, a large study and a two-car garage for $335,990. This home features upgraded hardwood flooring throughout the main living areas, built-in stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. 

Priced at $376,990, the Kirby at 629 Smilser Lane sits on an oversized lot, offering bountiful living adjacent to green space. This 2,623-square-foot home features four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in two stories along with two living areas plus a 2.5 car garage. The kitchen has exquisite granite countertops. Hardwood flooring flows throughout main living areas. 

Scott Felder Homes is a 13-time builder of the year recipient. Model homes are open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday noon to 6 p.m. For information on Scott Felder Homes, visit

By Amy Roberts


Austin American Statesman, Real Estate Section, Sunday, August 5, 2018

I think the very first thing I noticed when walking into my first Scott Felder home was the visual appeal. Now I understand this is the result of very specific staging selections, and that a person's preferences in this regard vary, but there was something different about this home compared to all the others I had visited. There was no ostentatious display of luxury. There was no "contemporary" feel, soon to be supplanted by the next fad. I walked into a Scott Felder model home with an understated elegance; a perfect balance of form and function. I had found a builder that I wanted to move forward with.

Aaron G. | Austin, TX