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Bauerle Ranch Housing Market Trends
|# Listings||Average DOM||Average Price||Average $/SqFt||Median Price||Median $/SqFt||Average % Reduced|
|Sold Last 6 Months (Unlock Sold Listings)||3||44||$469,167||$151||$490,000||$156||0%|
*Bauerle Ranch Market Stats are based on Austin MLS data as of January 17th, 2020 at 10:10am CST.
Bauerle Ranch Austin
Bauerle Ranch is a quiet neighborhood in Southwest Austin with proximity to many of this area’s highlights and destinations. This Travis County neighborhood is in the 78748 zip code and features traditional homes with spacious backyards.
With an average build date of 2006, Bauerle Ranch homes for sale are 1 and 2-story designs with brick or stone exteriors in ranch and traditional styles. These established homes feature covered patios, front porches, and decks for outdoor entertaining.
Interiors average 2,200 square feet with 3-4 bedrooms and 2-3 bathrooms. Kitchens have breakfast areas and are open to living rooms with high ceilings. Master suites are large and feature walk-in closets and roomy bathrooms.
Where is Bauerle Ranch Austin TX?
Located in the 78748 zip code, Bauerle Ranch homes for sale are just 13 miles from Downtown Austin. Developed south of Slaughter Lane, east of Brodie Lane and west of Manchaca Road, this neighborhood is 18 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
Things to do near Bauerle Ranch
Bauerle Ranch homes for sale have a great location starting with the neighborhood amenities with a basketball court, playscape, and pool. Bauerle Ranch Park is 1 mile away and offers residents extensive walking and hiking trails. For additional outdoor fun, the Veloway is just 5 miles away and has a 3-mile paved loop for cycling. Just farther down the road from the Veloway is Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center where visitors tour stunning wildflower and native plant gardens. For date night with dinner and a movie, residents love that Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is just 4 miles away.
Close to MoPac Expressway / TX-1 Loop, residents have quick access to many other parts of Austin for work, education, recreation, and cultural events.
Bauerle Ranch Schools
The Austin ISD serves the students of Bauerle Ranch. Younger students attend Kocurek Elementary (PK-5) while older students attend Bailey Middle (6-8) and Akins High School (9-12). The high school boasts a competitive marching band program as well as an excellent journalism program. Private school options include a 3-mile drive to Austin Children’s Montessori (PK-K) and a less than 4-mile drive to Primrose School of Shady Hollow (K).
Neighborhoods near Bauerle Ranch Austin
Bauerle Ranch Video
We’re here today to show you around one of our favorite southwest Austin neighborhoods, Bauerle Ranch. Bauerle Ranch is conveniently located 20 minutes from downtown Austin and 20 minutes from Austin Bergstrom International Airport. It’s west of I-35, east of Mopac, south of Slaughter Lane, and located in between Brody Lane and Manchaca Road.
The neighborhood is divided into two sections separated by a large green belt. Those two sections are Bauerle Ranch and the Estates at Bauerle Ranch.
Construction in the neighborhood began in 2002 and was completed in 2008. All of the nearly 600 homes in the community are traditional in style and range in square footage from 1,800 square feet to upwards of 3,500 square feet.
Bauerle Ranch has great schools. They are Kiseric Elementary, Bailey Middle School, and Akins High School.
One of the selling points of Bauerle Ranch is the amenities. The community has a large pool for residents that includes a beachfront entry that is great for kids.
A lot of great restaurants are within ten minutes of Bauerle Ranch. These include Maudie’s, Brick Oven Pizza, and Waterloo.
Bauerle Ranch is a newer neighborhood, but it feels more established with mature trees and quiet, winding streets. Fire clients who haven’t seen the neighborhood are often shocked by how much green space is available to residents and by how quiet and pretty it is.