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Forest Oaks Cedar Park
Forest Oaks, developed in Cedar Park in 1995, includes a wide variety of homes by some of the area’s top builders such as Buffington Homes, Grand Haven Homes, DR Horton, and Newmark. Buyers looking for homes in Williamson County’s 78613 zip code should look at Forest Oaks homes for sale in both the newer and older sections of the neighborhood.
In the more established areas, Forest Oaks homes for sale tend to be larger with 2-story plans in traditional architectural styles. Brick exteriors, covered entries, and front-load garages make these homes distinctive.
The newer section of Forest Oaks gives buyers a sense of the New Urbanism movement’s dedication to creating livable communities. Also known as a Planned Urban Development (PUD) this part of Forest Oaks has an age of between 2004 and 2006. Builders DR Horton and Newmark created a quaint neighborhood with white picket fences, sidewalks, and tree-lined streets. The 3 and 4-bedroom plans range from 1300 to 2700 square feet. Their 2-story designs, with HardiPlank siding exteriors, are reminiscent of homes found in traditional small town neighborhoods. These homes have garages located on the rear of the property connected to other homes along the alleyway and giving the streetscape an ambiance that buyers will love.
Where is Forest Oaks Cedar Park?
To visit Forest Oaks, take TX-1 Loop N/MoPac Expressway from Downtown Austin. Take TX-45 Toll Road to Brushy Creek Loop/Frontage Road in Cedar Park. Take TX-183A Toll Road N. Exit toward Brushy Creek Road/Cypress Creek Road.
Things to do near Forest Oaks
Buyers considering Forest Oaks homes for sale will appreciate that the neighborhood has a community center, 2 pools, basketball court and 3 playscapes. Forest Oaks Park also has 2.5 miles of hike and bike trails.
Located just east of TX-183A and north of Brushy Creek, Forest Oaks homes for sale are convenient to 1890 Ranch Shopping Center. Commuters may want to use Capital Metro’s Lakeline Station for Park and Ride for a convenient 25-mile commute into Downtown Austin.
Forest Oaks Schools
Students living in Forest Oaks attend Leander ISD schools. Ann Cox Elementary (K-5), Artie Henry Middle (6-8), and Vista Ridge High School (9-12) are convenient to the neighborhood. Options for private education include several area Montessori schools and Summit Christian Academy (K-12) just 5 miles away.
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Forest Oaks Neighborhood Video
Forest Oaks is conveniently located in between IH-35 and 183. It’s a very quick route to the downtown area and about 35 minutes. Here in Forest Oaks, construction started about five years ago. Price point for the community is probably about 175 to 350, and the square footage would range from 1,700 to about 3,500 square feet. So the big draw to this community are the schools, and you are in the LISD school district. The elementary is Cox. It’s ranked exemplary, and the middle school is Henry, which is also ranked exemplary, and the high school, which is recognized, and that’s Vista Ridge.
So this community has tons of things to do. It’s a very socially knitted community. There are tons of amenities, such as the two different playgrounds you can go to, hike and bikes that run throughout the community. And there’s a lovely clubhouse to have party and events and such. And there’s also a great pool to enjoy, which completely caters to young children.
I have lived in Forest Oaks for almost five years. It’s a very family friendly neighborhood and community. We also have a beautiful scenery, lots of beautiful trails. It’s a very active lifestyle here, and just a great place to raise a family.
We have block parties. There’s always something you can do where you can include your whole family. And I’m a shopper, so I love that 1890 Ranch has some great shops. It’s also close to Lakeline Mall. Lots of restaurants, great grocery store.
I would say the most unique thing about this community is the people. They have an e-mail loop group that allows everyone to stay connected. There’s a neighborhood watch program. They celebrate national night out every year, and all the children have really been able to get to know each other, and there seems to be a really nice synergy throughout the whole community, so it’s a great draw for anybody who is relocating from somewhere to feel right away at home.