Stepping Stone Apartments

2501 Davis St, Taylor, TX 76574

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Beds Baths # of Units Average SF Available
1 Bed 1 Bed 1 Br 1 Bath 1 Bath 1 Ba 38 648 SF None of these are available.
2 Beds 2 Beds 2 Br 1 Bath 1 Bath 1 Ba 6 828 SF None of these are available.

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About Stepping Stone Apartments

Find your home at Stepping Stone Apartments in Taylor, TX. Situated in Taylor's 76574 area, moving to this community gives you a variety of nearby attractions to take part in. Here at this community, the leasing staff is ready to match you with the perfect new place. Be sure to view the available floorplans. Start living the good life at Stepping Stone Apartments. Stop by the leasing office to talk about leasing your new apartment.

Amenities & Expenses

  • Air Conditioning
  • Heating
  • Wheelchair Accessible (Rooms)
  • Kitchen
  • Oven
  • Range

Apartment Amenities

Parking

Surface Lot

1 space. Parking Available

Property Information

  • Built in 1993
  • Renovated in Feb 2015
  • 44 Units/1 Story

Features

  • Air Conditioning
  • Heating
  • Wheelchair Accessible (Rooms)

Kitchen

  • Kitchen
  • Oven
  • Range

Nearby Transit & Points of Interest

Time and Distance from Stepping Stone Apartments

Colleges Drive Distance
Colleges Drive Distance
24 min 17.8 mi
38 min 28.6 mi
Military Bases Drive Distance
Military Bases Drive Distance
43 min 35.1 mi
79 min 65.9 mi
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Neighborhood - Taylor Hutto

Taylor and its next-door neighbor Hutto are two small cities located on the west side of Round Rock. Highway 79 leads from the cities directly into Downtown Round Rock, and from Hutto it's a quick seven-mile drive. Austin is also within easy reach, just 26 miles southwest. Taylor formed around 1876 when the railroad arrived. It was originally named Taylorsville after railroad official Edward Taylor. It was renamed Taylor in 1892. Taylor's claim to fame is that it was home of Dan Moody, the 30th Governor (and the youngest) of Texas. Moody took office in 1927 at the age of 33. His home now serves as a museum.

Hutto, also formed with the arrival of the railroad in 1876, was named for the original land owner, James Emory Hutto. Hutto, a rancher, sold five acres to the railroad to create a train station. Soon, a town developed around the station and by 1884, there were 200 residents in Hutto. At the time, the town was considered an important cotton market.

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Schools

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Public Elementary School

Naomi Pasemann Elementary School

Grades 1-3

683 Students

(512) 365-2278

out of 10
Attendance Zone

Public Elementary School

Main Street Intermediate School

Grades 4-5

466 Students

(512) 365-1091

out of 10
Attendance Zone

Public Elementary School

Thrall Elementary School

Grades PK-5

306 Students

(512) 898-5293

out of 10
Nearby

Public Middle School

Taylor Middle School

Grades 6-8

710 Students

(512) 352-2815

out of 10
Attendance Zone

Public High School

Taylor High School

Grades 9-12

967 Students

(512) 365-1291

out of 10
Attendance Zone

Private Elementary School

St Paul Lutheran School

Grades PK-5

72 Students

(512) 365-6161

Nearby

Private Elementary & Middle School

St Mary's Catholic School

Grades PK-8

125 Students

(512) 365-1431

Nearby

Private Elementary, Middle & High School

Applegate SDA School

Grades 4-11

(512) 388-5016

Nearby

Private Elementary, Middle & High School

Grace Academy of Georgetown

Grades K-12

217 Students

(512) 864-9500

Nearby

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