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Lakewood Village Housing Market Trends
|# Listings||Average DOM||Average Price||Average $/SqFt||Median Price||Median $/SqFt||Average % Reduced|
|Sold Last 6 Months (Unlock Sold Listings)||9||96||$872,056||$313||$712,000||$296||3%|
*Lakewood Village Market Stats are based on Austin MLS data as of January 22nd, 2020 at 1:25pm CST.
Lakewood Village Austin
Running along beautiful West Bull Creek, Lakewood Village is a large neighborhood about 9 miles from Downtown Austin in Travis County’s 78731 zip code. This community, dating to the early 1960s, is perched along some of Texas Hill Country’s most desirable vistas with homes shielded by an abundance of trees and shrubbery. For those that want a suburban neighborhood with a greenspace feel, Lakewood Village homes for sale is just what they find in this part of Northwest Austin.
Near Loop 360 / Capital of Texas Highway, Lakewood Village homes for sale are 1 and 2-story residences ranging in size from 2,500 to over 5,000 square feet. Most homes have 3 to 5-bedroom floor plans and stone and siding exteriors. Many homes in this area have new flooring, lighting, paint and appliances making them more than ready for a buyer to move in. Buyers fortunate enough to find an occasional home in original condition may have the opportunity to redecorate the home to their liking with the latest in finishes and features. Spacious floorplans and large lots make this type of home excellent for those who want to renovate.
Where is Lakewood Village Austin TX?
To visit Lakewood Village in Northwest Austin, take MoPac Expressway / TX-1 Loop N from Downtown Austin. Continue North exiting at RM 2222 W to Lakewood Drive and right on Driftwood Drive or Lakemoore Drive to reach Lakewood Village homes. Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is 21 miles from Lakewood Village via Loop 360 S to Highway 290 E/Hwy 71 E.
Things to do near Lakewood Village
Having Bull Creek run adjacent to the neighborhood is an attractive asset that buyers of Lakewood Village homes for sale enjoy. Lakewood Club Park, across from Lakemoore Drive and Lakewood Drive, is a great spot for cooling off during warm summer months. Grab a picnic at HEB grocery store, less than 3 miles away, and spend the afternoon lying along the banks of this beautiful creek bed. The 18-hole, Pete Dye signature course at Austin Country Club is only about 3 miles from this neighborhood and a great place to relax on the way home from working downtown.
Lakewood Village Schools
Austin ISD serves students living in Lakewood Village Estates. Doss Elementary (K-5), Murchison Middle (6-8), and Anderson High (9-12) are the assigned schools for this community. Private school options include Primrose School of Four Points (Infant-K), Austin Jewish Academy (PK-6), and Hyde Park Baptist High School (9-12).
Neighborhoods near Lakewood Village Austin
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Lakewood Village was originally developed in the late 1950s and consisted of one-story ranch homes on one-quarter to one acre lots. The original neighborhood was small and is adjacent to the picturesque Bull Creek District Park. The neighborhood was divided in the late 1970s, when Loop 360 was constructed. After 360, the west side of Lakewood Village was further developed to become what is now called Lakewood. It is made up of only a few of the original ranch-style homes. The neighborhood grew in the late 1980s, to include several hundred homes consisting of garden homes and single family homes.
Lakewood has a community center, which consists of a junior-size Olympic swimming pool and tennis courts. The clubhouse has kitchen facilities, which can be reserved for neighborhood events.
Both neighborhoods are located in Austin Independent School District. Because the highways split the neighborhoods, the students attend different elementary schools. Lakewood Village students attend Doss Elementary and Lakewood students attend Hill elementary. Both are blue-ribbon schools. Both neighborhoods have access to Murchison Middle School and Anderson High School, which offer the International Baccalaureate Program.
The neighborhoods are in close proximity to The Arboretum, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, and Nordstrom's Rack. The newly-developed Domain Shopping Center is just a short drive down Loop One, which boasts higher-end shopping and dining. Dining options include authentic Tuscan food at Siena's, Eddie V's for excellent Surf and Turf, new-American cuisine at Z Tejas, and of course, the iconic County Line Barbecue on the lake.