A MidCentury AgriCommunity

Coachella Hills, MidCentury’s newest community, will become Texas’ very own Coachella Hills Valley Oasis in the Texas Hill Country. Featuring multiple home designs, all as timeless as they are eco-friendly. Solar power, rainwater harvesting, and the ability to grow your own food will all be available with each property to promote sustainable living. 

The 96-acre tract developed exclusively for MidCentury Communities is located west of Austin in the highly desirable Highway 71 corridor, between Lakeway and Marble Falls.

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MidCentury Communities is bringing an affluent Agricultural Community to the Austin metro area. This unique AgriCommunity will be located in Spicewood, Texas, located near the Pedernales River.


Coachella Hills will pay homage to the oasis of Coachella Valley in Southern California and its rich history as one of the world’s most productive agricultural areas. All within the Texas Hill Country, our community will encourage the “farm-to-table” lifestyle that many Americans are gravitating towards. With community activities such as weekly farmers markets and a community Agricultural Exemption to mitigate tax impact, residents will be able to grow their own food as well as have a place to share with their neighbors. 


MidCentury believes in sustainable ideals and so does a growing amount of the population. According to a recent study, 1 in 3 people grow their own food--a 200% increase in the last 10 years and continue to rise. In addition, all homes will feature rainwater collection and the ability to add sustainable features such as renewable energy. 


At MidCentury, we study market trends and carefully listen to our customers to create the best living experience with the beauty and quality for which Communities is known.