Villages at Twin Rivers
From the graceful spray of a fountain to stately pavilions and distinguished architecture, the finer details of Twin Rivers are yours to relish.
A proper master-planned community ensures that the beauty you expect inside your home is provided to the surrounding neighborhood - the streets, sidewalks and even other homes.
This is nature enhanced by design. The lush green of landscaped walkways opens onto the verdant golf course greens of Bear Ridge. The views are built in, encompassing the ponds and trees of the course as well as carefully created pocket parks.
The entrance lake, complete with center fountain, sets a tone of beauty and serenity that meanders through the Villages, extending along the jog and walk path from the lake to each Village entry.
We studied nature's designs and wove them into a careful tapestry, leaving nothing to chance. Shumard red oak, mexican plum, elm, rough leaf dogwood, and crape myrtle are only some of the trees we've used. Look for distinctive shrubs and groundcovers like evergreen iris, red yucca and Asian jasmine. And what would today's landscaping be without native grasses and wildflowers? Pick out the little blue stem, the wild foxglove, pink evening primrose, cutleaf daisy and Indian blanket.
Wherever you find yourself at Twin Rivers, expect a refreshing array of natural beauty and constructed harmony.
The Villages provides the backdrop. You provide the choices. Should it be tea on the veranda or cocktails in the library? A round of golf after work or a quick swim?
The calming entrance lake and its beautifully landscaped path call you to an evening stroll. Savor the flowers, a peaceful sunset or the first star.
Celebrate with a backyard barbecue - or should it be an elegant dinner party? Perhaps it's the evening for an intimate gathering of conversationalists on the patio. Or spend your dinner hour working on your backhand and burning calories on the tennis court. Perfect your golf swing. Dip into the pool.
We know that graceful living means opportunities and options. At Twin Rivers, they're built in.
At Twin Rivers, recreational opportunities are around every bend. You only have to step outside.
Each village is linked to the other and to the lake by a lavish green space, complete with the convenience of a generous sidewalk and a track for walkers, joggers, bladers and bicyclists.
Fully landscaped areas and golf course overlooks build views into your workout. For variety, zip over to the 3-acre recreation center. Swim to your heart's content in the swimming pool. A fully equipped bathhouse adds an extra element of convenience and luxury. Sneak in a set or two on one of the tennis courts or bring your children to the safe and kid-friendly playground.
Even if you're one of the first buyers, you won't have to wait long for a place to play. Construction on the center will begin with the close of the first 50 lots.
Villages at Twin Rivers is fortunate to be in an area annexed by the City of Waco, allowing residents to take advantage of its services including a stable water supply, trash collection and street maintenance.
The City of Waco also provides police and fire protection, with the nearest fire station about 4 miles away at Imperial Drive and Texas Central Parkway. The city's zoning and land-use regulations will ensure the proper neighbors for a development of this caliber - working, as do our deed restrictions, to protect both property values and the look of the land.
McLennan County Electric Cooperative keeps your energy-efficient, all-electric home running smoothly. In the tradition of Texas itself, co-ops grew out of a spirit of independence. Rural farmers and ranchers left out of urban power centers decided if they wanted electricity, they'd have to take the lead. Now 81 electrical cooperatives provide safe, reliable electric service at the lowest possible cost to nearly 3 million consumers in Texas.
Unlike other power providers, these cooperatives are tax-paying, non-profit businesses owned by the people who use their services. Consumer members can actively participate in setting policy and making decisions. Research by The Preston Group, a marketing and management services organization based in Lexington, Ky., indicates that users are well satisfied. In a survey of 1,017 electricity consumers nationwide, respondents rated co-ops over investor-owned utilities in important measures of customer satisfaction.
McLennan County Electric Cooperative was organized in 1937. Its power is provided by Waco-based Brazos Electric Cooperative, organized in 1941.