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New Tract at Walsh Trails

Posted on 13. Oct, 2010 by in Walsh Trails

I was on my way to Home Depot this morning to pick up some parts for my honey-do-list and saw a survey truck with workers poking around at the end of Lime Kiln. I popped over to ask them what they were up to and they said they were surveying the street so they could open a new part of the Walsh Trails Subdivision which the expected construction to start in around one month!!!! After a short conversation I was able to take a peek at the proposed streets and plot maps for the new addition to the Walsh Trails development. (Google Map Link)

I saw a major street to the far left (shown in green) called Frontier Lane which did not have any spurs leading into The Ranch at Brushy Creek however there is a street in the Brushy Creek development called S. Frontier Lane. I can only speculate that these two streets may meet at some point.

This part of the new phase did not include any information about streets or construction on the south part of the tract to the left of Walsh Trails. It does, however, make sense now why Chris Walsh’s Brother is selling his house (shown in pink).

I sincerely hope the developer will make another entrance to the community which connects to Brushy Creek Road. And for those of you interested in seeing where else the community will be developed, you should see the proposed streets and plots which cover Walsh Ranch to the right of Walsh Trails!

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7 Responses to “New Tract at Walsh Trails”

  1. Kiwe

    13. Oct, 2010

    It is so surprising that they are opening up more land when so much of the community has not been developed on yet.

    I am curious who owned the land behind the Walsh Brothers home before and it does make sense why he wants to get out of dodge.

    Lastly, will there be a new builder pulled into the community right away or are they going to be open lots for all the builders to choose from – lots of questions!!!

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  2. Tom

    13. Oct, 2010

    I think we will see a new builder moving in. However, I’m finding out more and more that some of the lots down by North Brushy Creek aren’t even viable to build on! Interesting stuff!

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    • Celeste Havis

      13. Oct, 2010

      Tom, email me your email address and I’ll forward all the plans/maps I got from the city to you. It shows R@BC development from the retention ponds at the bottom all the way to BC Road, parallel to our neighborhood. I’m thinking maybe the surveyers got the neighborhood name wrong, since the plans I have are directly from the city. They’ve been working back there for a long time, especially down behind Mark and Andrea’s, so it only makes sense that they would now be surveying at the top of the hill so that area can be approved and recorded (which it wasn’t, as of the beginning of September).

      The plans show our neighborhoods to be connected via Stiles, Lime Kiln, and Zachary’s Run. There will be nothing between them – it will be lot to lot as though we’re one big neighborhood!

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  3. Celeste Havis

    13. Oct, 2010

    How very odd – I have plans from the City of Cedar Park Zoning/Planning from just about a month ago showing that the area you’re referring to is going to be Ranch at Brushy Creek.

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  4. Tom McGuire

    13. Oct, 2010

    It is strange. I saw the actual plot and street maps that the developer is using. They looked different from the regular one’s I’ve seen with the lot sizes and lat-long info. But it clearly shows connecting to Lime Kiln and extending towards BC. There is another tract of land between BC and WT which is owned by someone else.

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  5. Amanda Smith

    13. Oct, 2010

    Very curious… I saw a surveyor out on the corner of Brushy Creek and Walsh Hill Trail, just as you turn into the development today too. I was wondering what was going on.

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    • Tom McGuire

      14. Oct, 2010

      The surveyers have to start at the Brass Survey Benchmark down at the corner of Walsh Hill Trail and Brushy Creek to get the proper elevation of the land to the point where they will start their work before they start to do their work.

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