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Horseshoe Bend Housing Market Trends
|# Listings||Average DOM||Average Price||Average $/SqFt||Median Price||Median $/SqFt||Average % Reduced|
|Sold Last 6 Months (Unlock Sold Listings)||6||26||$751,167||$393||$725,000||$384||3%|
*Horseshoe Bend Market Stats are based on Austin MLS data as of November 12th, 2019 at 7:25am CST.
Horseshoe Bend Austin
Spectacular location and panoramic views are what set Horseshoe Bend apart from the herd. This South Austin neighborhood is in the sought-after 78704 zip code in Travis County and offers an eclectic mix of homes on slightly oversized properties.
Horseshoe Bend homes for sale have an average build date of 1977, so exteriors are stone and siding in traditional designs. Developed adjacent to lush Barton Creek Greenbelt, these homes have outdoor features that take in the views. From porches and patios to multi-level decks, residents have numerous opportunities to relax in this natural setting. Pools and pool houses are common, as are shaded yards and low maintenance landscaping.
Interiors average 2,500 square feet with 3 to 4 bedrooms and 2 to 6 bathrooms. Many of these homes offer everything from tasteful updates to full-on remodels. Floor plans are open, windows are large, and natural light is abundant. Upgraded countertops and flooring, fresh paint, new lighting, and custom cabinetry are just some of the upscale amenities.
Where is Horseshoe Bend Austin TX?
Located in the hip 78704 zip code, Horseshoe Bend homes for sale are a quick 4-mile drive into Downtown Austin for work or play and a 12-mile drive to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport for weekend getaways. This neighborhood is along Barton Hills Drive and Kasserine Pass with an entrance on Lightsey Road off S. Lamar Boulevard.
Things to do near Horseshoe Bend
Horseshoe Bend homes for sale have one of the best locations around for buyers looking for established homes with fabulous views of Downtown Austin and the Barton Creek Greenbelt. The Greenbelt offers over 800 acres of open space for biking, hiking, swimming, and rock climbing. Additional outdoor recreation is less than 3 miles away at Zilker Metropolitan Park, which hosts Barton Springs Pool and Zilker Botanical Gardens. With bustling South Lamar Boulevard less than 1 mile away, residents pop into Kerbey Lane Café for all-day breakfast, meet friends at Matt’s Famous El Rancho for tasty Tex-Mex fare, or practice their two-step moves at the beloved Broken Spoke.
This neighborhood is close to MoPac Expressway / TX-1 Loop, Barton Springs Road, and S. Lamar, giving residents quick access to Austin’s famous fine arts scene, miles of hike and bike trails, dog parks, and eclectic shopping.
Horseshoe Bend Schools
The Austin ISD serves the students of Horseshoe Bend. Younger students attend Barton Hills Elementary (K-5) while older students go to O Henry Middle (6-8) and Stephen F Austin High School (9-12). The high school is the first public high school in the state of Texas and has a jazz band program with a national reputation. Private school options include a less than 3-mile drive to Athena Montessori Academy (PK-K) and a 3-mile drive to San Juan Diego Catholic High School (9-12).