Stonehurst is a small treed acreage neighborhood in rural Leander, Texas. The neighborhood has no sidewalks and definitely has a country feel. Most homes have wells for water and septic system sewer. Stonehurst is located off of County Road 175 just north of 1431 (aka Chandler Road or Whitestone).
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Stonehurst allows horses so some homes have barns and are fenced and cross fenced. Stonehurst street names include Acacia Drive, Outer Avenue and County Road 175. Most homes in Stonehurst were built between 1978 and 1986 and have 3 to 5 bedrooms and are on about 5 acres. There are a many native trees in the area and in a couple of places the road goes around trees. Children in Stonehurst attend Leander ISD schools or one of the private schools in the area.
Stonehurst amenities include the wonderful Williamson County Regional Park which has Disc Golf, a miniature train, hike and bike trails, tennis and other sport courts, soccer fields, bathrooms, water fountains and more. The 1890 Ranch, IKEA, Round Rock Premium Outlets, Lakeline Mall and more are nearby for shopping, restaurants and entertainment. The Austin Steam Train is fun for a Hill Country train ride adventure. There are numerous hospitals and clinics in the area including the Cedar Park Regional Hospital and a VA Clinic right on 1431. Capital Metro Commuter Rail and bus service is available at the Leander Station as well as at the Lakeline Station. There is a Park and Ride at both locations to leave your car and ride the public transportation. There is a Bed and Breakfast just down the street on County Road 175 called the Gold Coat Inn as well as many hotels on FM 1431.
Stonehurst is located in rural Leander, Williamson County right off of County Road 175 (Sam Bass Road) between 2243 and FM 1431 (Chandler Road). Ronald Reagan Blvd. is to the west and IH 35 is to the east. Both Highway 183 and 183 A Expressway are nearby. Ronald Reagan Blvd. extends from Manor, Texas to Georgetown, Texas and is a nice road too. Brushy Creek Road is also nearby and the 30 mile trail system from Cedar Park to Round Rock that will soon connect with Leander trails as well.