The Village at Western Oaks

The Village at Western Oak is a southwest Austin community just east of Hwy 290 and west of the Legend Oaks subdivision.  This community offers community swimming, jogging trails, park and more. This community covers five neighborhoods, and over 600 acres, with 1622 homes in the Villages. Some of the earlier sections built between Beckett Rd. and Escarpment Blvd. along Abilene Trail do not have a mandatory home owner association. Properties in other sections built to the south toward Circle C Ranch have a mandatory membership in the New Villages of Western Oaks HOA (fees currently around $150/year). The development of this area began in the late 1970’s, and the last homes built in the neighborhood were completed in 2005. Lots have a larger feel, and the trees and plant life in this community are mature and large.

138 listings were sold in this community during 2009.  A high sale of $375,000 occurred in early July 2009, and a low sale of $185,000 was recorded in December 2009.  The average home in this area sold for $241,677 with 48 days on the market.  Homes in this community also sold within 97% of their sales price on average.

The Village at Western Oaks is also located near Shops at Arbor Trails shopping center at Mopac and William Cannon, and the new Escarpment Village at W. Slaughter and Escarpment Blvd.

Schools serving this community are Patton Elementary, Clint Small Middle School, and Austin High School

The Village of Western Oaks Website

Whether you’re curious or ready, have a quick question or need a personal consultation, contact The Nelson Project:  512.633.6643


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