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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.

Today, Taylor and Hutto each contain roughly 15,000 residents. The cities are family-friendly and feature tree-filled neighborhoods and plenty of shops and restaurants. Murphy Park, located in Taylor, is a large park covering 120 acres and including ball fields, playgrounds, a lake, picnic areas, and swimming pools. Fitz Park in Hutto contains a basketball court, a sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, picnic areas, a hiking trail, and a pond. Hutto Lake Park includes a boat launch, a playground, a trail, and a bird-watching platform.

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Rent Trends

As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Hutto, TX is $625 for a studio, $950 for one bedroom, $1,163 for two bedrooms, and $1,566 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Hutto has increased by 3.4% in the past year.

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$625
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$950
2 BR
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$1,163
3 BR
1,437
$1,566
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0 Transit Score® Minimal Transit
0 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable

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Marquis at Star Ranch
605 Winterfield Dr, Hutto, TX 78634
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The Fairways at Star Ranch
150 Klattenhoff Ln, Hutto, TX 78634
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Hutto, TX 78634
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Hutto, TX 78634
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2328 Butler Way
Round Rock, TX 78665
$1,537 House for Rent Available Now
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102 Ryan Cv
Hutto, TX 78634
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1609 Jones St
Taylor, TX 76574
$825 House for Rent Available Now
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105 Easy St
Hutto, TX 78634
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Hutto, TX 78634
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Hutto, TX 78634
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Apartments for Rent in Taylor Hutto, Hutto, TX

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.

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