Pilot Knob is an unincorporated community in southern Travis County, Texas, United States. The community is centered on US 183 and Farm to Market Road 812 and is named for Pilot Knob, the remnant hill of an extinct volcano. The area is semi-rural, with residences on large lots or acreage and convenience stores, and other small businesses. More about Austin, TX can be seen here.
Single Family Homes
While each home offers its advantages, single-family homes have many unique benefits that homeowners should first consider. And in Pilot Knob, you will love the endless options of single-family homes. Single-family homes have larger yards than attached condo and townhome units. More than that, the yard surrounding single-family homes is private so that you won’t have any common areas shared between neighbors. This offers a great advantage for growing families with children who play outside. Click here to read about Moore’s Crossing, Texas is a Historical Community.
Convenience stores at Pilot Knob are placed in locations that are convenient for local customers. They are a natural destination point for the neighborhood in which they are located. If someone requires a couple of items that don’t justify a trip to the local grocery store, then a trip to the convenience store down the street makes more sense.