Scofield Farms is a master plan community of about 1,500 homes. It’s located between Mopac, I-35, Parmer, and Howard Lane. It’s about a 15 to 20 minute drive to downtown. The neighborhood consists of brick traditional style homes, one story, and two story. The price range is in between the 180s and the early 300s. The homes were built between 1992 and 2003. Footage range is between 1,500 and 4,500 square feet.
There are two different sections in Scofield Farms. There’s the original section, which is off of Cutting Horse and Metric, and then there’s the Ridge, which is on the other side of Metric off Chasewood and Scofield Ridge Parkway. People like the original section due to the mature trees and the bigger lots. The playground and pool for this side of the neighborhood are on Scofield Farms Drive and Dapplegray. And people like the Ridge because of the newer homes. There are also newer condos over off Scofield Ridge Parkway.
Scofield Farms feeds into Pflugerville ISD. Parmer Lane is the elementary. They were recently awarded the Texas Honors Circle Award. West View Middle School is known for giving students an AP start on college. Connelly High School celebrates the diversity of their student body and staff. Their students have received between 3.5 and 4.5 million in scholarships. All the schools are within the neighborhood, and many of the houses are walking distance to them.
There’s a private school right up the street at Lamar and Parmer. It’s called Brentwood Christian, and it’s known for giving a great private school education at a moderate price. There’s also a lot of charter schools, such as Star Academy, Harmony Science Academy, and NYOS. Also, there’s a great preschool called Parmer Children’s Montessori School. The location is so great in Scofield, you really don’t have to go far to get everything you need. There’s restaurants and coffee shops like Starbucks in walking distance. There’s the big box stores, like Lowe’s and Target just down the street. There’s also a couple of HEBs that are within a mile. There’s also the Domain, which is within three miles of the neighborhood, and the Domain offers over a million square feet of upscale and mainstream retail as well as a movie theater and lots of great restaurants. There’s also a 55,000 square foot Whole Foods going in at the domain.
St. David’s North Austin is just right up the street within a mile, and it’s a state of the art hospital. There’s a lot of major employers nearby, like Dell, Samsung, IBM, Google, Apple, and due to all these high-tech industries nearby, a lot of the people that live in Scofield do work in the tech industry. There’s a beautiful 13-acre park right in the center of Scofield Farms. It has a multi-purpose field. It has walking trails. It has a beautiful creek running through it with little waterfalls. Scofield Farms is an involved community that hosts a lot of neighborhood events.
There’s an active board with committee members as well as a lot of volunteers that really make this neighborhood a great place to live.