Leander, Texas use to be a country drive away from Austin – not anymore; as Austin has grown, so has the once little town. Part of Williamson County, Leander is west of Georgetown and north of Austin. If you are looking for a place out of the city but still with city comforts, Leander might just be the place for you. Leander has modest homes for a growing family and sprawling estates built on acres.
Homes for Sale in Leander
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History Recap for Leander
A quick history lesson: originally called Baghdad, the City of Leander is named after Leander “Catfish” Brown. Leander Brown was one of two men responsible for completeing the railroad line thriugh the area; the railroad was a big deal back in the late 1800’s. Leander Independent School District is the largest district in Williamson County and LISD is the fastest growing school district in the state of Texas- now that is some growth!