Provident Crossings Retirement Resort Round Rock, Texas
Positioned at the highest point in Williamson County, Provident Crossings offers a breathtaking upper floor view of Round Rock, one of the fastest growing and best-managed cities in Texas. Our residents have easy access to all the culture, dining and entertainment of nearby Austin, making our location ideal.
Our all-inclusive, 55 plus retirement community is home to those who relish living a luxurious lifestyle, complete with 24/7 service, resort-style dining, and beautiful accommodations.
Interested in this luxury retirement community? Schedule a personal tour to see for yourself. We know you’ll like what you see.
A resort lifestyle means choice and flexibility. It means doing as much or as little as you want to do. Happy hour, fitness classes, trips to the mall or trips abroad.... It means living life to the fullest.
Our signature Freedom Dining program is our most talked-about amenity among our residents. The program mimics the dining experience of a luxury resort. Professional chefs work hard to provide three wonderful, nutritious meals each day – meals that pair nicely with flexible hours, with snacks always available in between.
Our apartment homes are thoughtfully designed with full open kitchens and spacious closets. Some have patios and some have balconies. Click on the type of apartment home you’re interested in to see our layout options.
Studio - 566 Sq. Ft.
1 BED - A - 694 Sq. Ft.
1 BED - AC - 650 Sq. Ft.
1 BED - B - 759 Sq. Ft.
1 BED - BC - 706 Sq. Ft.
1 BED - C - 588 Sq. Ft.
1 BED - D - 711 Sq. Ft.
2 BED - A - 1,114 Sq. Ft.
2 BED - B - 1,138 Sq. Ft.
2 BED - C - 1,013 Sq. Ft.
2 BED - D - 1,167 Sq. Ft.
2 BED - E - 1,074 Sq. Ft.
2 BED - M - 1,201 Sq. Ft.
3 BED - A - 1,206 Sq. Ft.
Provident Crossings Man Turns Apartment Into Winter Wonderland
ROUND ROCK, TX — A Round Rock man with disabilities has turned his studio apartment into a winter wonderland.
Ken Teller loves Christmastime, and it shows. The decorations stop you at the door and make you wonder what’s inside. “It was quite an undertaking,” Teller said.