- 5 Beds
- 7.0 Baths
- 7,594 SqFt
- 12709 Fm 967
- House In Grand Cypress At Onion Creek
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Buda calls itself the “Outdoor Capital of Texas” because of the beauty of the environment and outdoor activities available at every turn. In Buda, the air is fresh and the landscape is beautiful. First settled in the 1880’s, Buda holds true to the values and sense of potential that was first created by the settlers at that time. Buda residents are part of a rich community life and pride themselves on the slower-paced, friendly environment that lies at the heart of the best small towns. In Buda, relaxation is as simple as putting your feet up.
Incorporated as a city in 1948, Buda has managed to stay affordable and safe, even as it has grown. City officials are elected and must live within city limits, so the people who run the city are a vibrant part of the community itself.
Buda is filled with historic architecture, local businesses and community organizations committed to keeping family values alive.
Buda is part of Hays Consolidated Independent School District, featuring 13 elementary schools, 5 middle schools and 4 high schools. Buda host several wonderful community events that bring a festive and family-friendly tone to the city. With Movies in the Park, Red, White and Buda, the Fire Fest, the Fine Arts Festival, Boo-Da Halloween, Budafest and the Trail of Lights; Buda is teeming with culture and entertainment for all ages.
For us Central Texas natives, we know someone is new to the Austin-area the first time they say "Buda." You hear Buddha, as in Buddha Gautama. The correct "local" pronunciation is /bjudə/. Or as we Texans say, "BuwDu!" In the last few decades, Buda has been an agricultural community dominated by cotton harvests, followed by dairy farming and beef cattle.
Due to its close proximity along the I-35 corridor, Buda is rapidly becoming a popular community for commuters to Austin. Commercial development is creating a spike in city sales tax revenue, while city leaders hope that revitalization of Old Town Buda will attract tourists and residents to the Main Street area.
Buda and Kyle students both attend Jack C. Hays High School and Lehman High School. A popular Buda community pastime is watching high school football games at Bob Shelton Stadium, home of the Hays High Rebels.
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