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Midcentury modern village homes are now on the market

Leander’s Starlight development is about to be live

Rendering of a 1960s-style pool and clubhouse
The Lido Club

In case you haven’t been keeping up with goings-on at Starlight Village, a planned development of all new, midcentury-modern-style homes in Leander, we’re here to give you the lowdown.

Designed by KLM Design-Build and currently still under construction at 1001 Horizon Park Boulevard in Leander, the development of single-family homes has 29 total units. They are currently available at prices ranging from from $300,000 to $494,157.

As we noted in May, the homes feature "all the excitement and flair of Mid-Century Modern architecture with 21st century floor plans," according to the website. House styles with names such as the Palm Springs, Cocoa Beach, and the Telstar carry out the theme, though some allude to midcentury European progenitors/inspirations to midcentury modern design, including Bauhaus and International styles.

Floor plans for sale include the Gemini, the Apollo, the Atlas, and more, some of which are pictured below, along with construction photos of other styles.

The development has the usual attractions and amenities—including a pool pavilion called "The Lido"—and looks to be strictly kept by a homeowner's association. The KLM site touts it as sort of a detached condo community, meaning the development takes care of exterior home and lawn maintenance. It also has the advantage of being near a Capital Metro train stop.