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For Sale|2,628 sqft|3 beds|3.5 baths|0.16 acres|#9828688
For Sale|1,821 sqft|3 beds|2.5 baths|0.09 acres|#8313966
For Sale|2,344 sqft|3 beds|2.5 baths|0.2 acres|#1259601
Accepting Backup Offers|2,157 sqft|3 beds|2 baths|2.05 acres|#7636348
For Sale|2,344 sqft|4 beds|2.5 baths|0.25 acres|#9165363
For Sale|1,896 sqft|3 beds|3.5 baths|0.079 acres|#9277004
For Sale|4,581 sqft|5 beds|4.5 baths|0.56 acres|#5425263
Accepting Backup Offers|1,632 sqft|3 beds|2.5 baths|0.079 acres|#6098529
For Sale|3,686 sqft|3 beds|2.5 baths|1.51 acres|#3391023
For Sale|1,920 sqft|4 beds|2 baths|0.98 acres|#8997181
For Sale|1,752 sqft|3 beds|2 baths|0.58 acres|#7393121
Dripping Springs is a city in Hays County, Texas, United States. It is located west of Austin, the state capital. The population was 1,788 at the 2010 census, and had risen to an estimated 4,667 as of 2018. Dripping Springs is a primarily rural town.
Dripping Springs is part of the Sustainable Places Project, an initiative to help Dripping Springs and other Central Texas cities create livable places that reflect community goals as the cities grow.
An HEB grocery store and Home Depot are located near the junction of U.S. Highway 290 and RR 12. Dripping Springs is also the wedding capital of Texas and a tourist spot. The town and surrounding area is recognized as a brewery, distillery, and winery destination.
In 2014, Dripping Springs began to attract a new breed of tourists when it was named a Dark Sky Community, the first in Texas. The International Dark-Sky Association made the designation in recognition of the town's 2011 lighting ordinance that reduced outdoor lighting to a minimum. On the last weekend of March, Dripping Springs now hosts annual Dark Sky festivals drawing thousands of Astro-tourists.