3100 Kramer Ln., Austin, Texas 78758
Three Elegant New Age-Restricted Apartment Communities in Austin, Texas Boast Beautiful Living Spaces, Plenty of Amenities, Concierge Services and More
Austin is in central Texas and is where Greystar Overture has constructed three new elegant apartment complexes. Overture Domain (for ages 55+) and Overture Arboretum (for ages 60+) are close neighbors in the city's northeastern quadrant while Overture Mueller (for ages 55+) is closer to downtown.
Combined, all three offer about 560 rental units, each with one to two bedrooms and one to two baths. All are Silver LEED certified and meet a three-star Austin Energy standard. Most homes have a private patio or balcony, a pantry, granite countertops, a center prep island, a full size washer/dryer, a large refrigerator, 10' ceilings, showers with a built-in shower bench, and walk-in closets.
Overture Domain has the lowest monthly lease (starting at $1,490). Leases at Overture Mueller are the highest (starting at $1,890 per month). Atarting at $1,670 per month, Overture Arbretum falls in the middle. Please check with the communities to verify these prices as they are bound to change.
All Overture communities are rich in amenities. The Scene clubroom offers complimentary continental breakfasts. A cafe, a bistro, a grab-and-go market, a reading nook, a billiards room, a fitness center, a dog park, demonstration kitchens, community gardens, and a movie theater are usually standard.
Concierge services ensure that every need is met. A la cart services include handyman services, housekeeping, a personal trainer, dog walking, spa services and much more. Each community has even partnered with Lyft to provide rides around town.
Overture's services range from cooking classes to "yappy" hours, drama clubs to writing classes, day trips to potlucks. All three communities have a resort-style swimming pool. Cats and dogs are welcome (not in the pool).
Austin is a lively, hip and diverse city with the slogan, "Keep Austin Weird." Overture Domain and Overture Arboretum are near the heart of the city's Domain, a mixed-use space with some of the area's finest stores and restaurants. The Mopac Expressway, Seton Northwest Hospital, and the 15 miles of hiking trails in Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park are within minutes.
Overture Mueller is next to the University of Texas at Austin, the Thinkery Museum, and Mueller Lake Park. The Park's Browning Hangar hosts an eclectic mix of eateries.
Austin has nearly 20 hospitals of various sorts and sizes. Many are accredited by the Joint Commission.
Summer temperatures in the 80s, 90s and low-100s. Winter temperatures dip into the 40s and 50s. On average, the area receives 50 inches of rain per year.
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Two Spanish explorers in the 16th and 17th centuries were the first Europeans to visit this area and settled near El Paso in 1682. A French colony also existed for a time at Matagorda Bay. Americans started to settle at the edge of the Brazos River in 1821. Mexico, recently independent from Spain, controlled Texas at this time.
The American settlers eventually rebelled against Mexico and fought for their independence in the Texas Revolution (1835 to 1836). Legendary battles included San Jacinto and the Alamo. The U.S. annexed Texas in 1845, and the Mexican-American War began in 1846 as Mexico fought to keep Texas.
The U.S. captured Mexico City in 1848 and ended the war. The subsequent Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo not only kept Texas in the U.S. but gave the Americans ownership of California, half of New Mexico, most of Arizona, Nevada, Utah and parts of Wyoming and Colorado. Texas has been a part of the U.S. ever since.
The Lone Star State is the second biggest in the country in size, after Alaska, and it leads every other state in the production of cattle, sheep, oil, as well as cotton. Geography ranges from arid, flat plains in the west to the thick piney woods in the east.
Texas also boasts 100 state parks, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, the Alamo and Big Bend Mountains National Park. In September, 2017, one of its major cities, Houston, received 51 inches of rain during Hurricane Irma.
Population - 27,862,334
Persons 65 years old and over - 12%
High school graduates, persons age 25+ - 81%
Bachelor's degree or higher, persons age 25+ - 27%
Persons of Hispanic or Latino origin - 37%
White persons, not Hispanic - 45%
Median household income - $53,207
Median home value - $169,500
Social Security taxed? No
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
What are the Benefits of a 55+ Development?
Developments designed for the 55+ crowd offer a lot of benefits. The main ones are security, plenty of recreation opportunities and a sense of community with people of similar backgrounds, but the benefits do not end there. Nearly all 55+ single family home communities, particularly newer ones, have single story homes, whether single family homes, town homes or condominiums. No more having to go up and down stairs all day long. Many have a homeowners' association that take care of the exterior maintenance, including mowing the lawn and shoveling the snow. Others have rental programs so that if you decide to go on vacation for six months, the association will find a qualified renter for you. There are even communities that will, for a monthly fee, provide meals, housekeeping and 24/7 emergency services.
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