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Longhorn Village
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Longhorn Village

  • Location: Austin, Texas, 30 miles west of the University of Texas at Austin
  • Type of facility: CCRC
  • Accommodations: Apartments and villas
  • Cost:
    • Entry fee $320,000 to $1,180,000
    • Monthly service fee $2,824 to $5,533

Longhorn Village was developed by the Texas Exes, the University of Texas' alumni association, and residents share all of that organization's benefits, including use of the library; discounts on social events, such as the popular Texas Exes tailgate parties before home games; and travel with the Flying Longhorns, from day trips to attend away games to three-week overseas jaunts. Lectures are conducted in the Village, and residents may also audit classes at the university.


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