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Stoneledge Housing Market Trends
|# Listings||Average DOM||Average Price||Average $/SqFt||Median Price||Median $/SqFt||Average % Reduced|
|Sold Last 6 Months (Unlock Sold Listings)||7||50||$330,514||$261||$275,000||$244||1%|
*Stoneledge Market Stats are based on Austin MLS data as of August 18th, 2019 at 7:40pm CDT.
FM 2222 is a meandering road along the prestigious northwest section of Central Austin connecting the Mopac Expressway to the Capital of Texas Highway. As this road gently curves into the quieter confines of older affluent neighborhoods, there is a tiny enclave of residences that comprises Stoneledge.
Stoneledge homes for sale are single-family traditional 3 to 5-bedroom models as well as condominium and townhome complexes, nestled among an expansive greenbelt. A peaceful sanctuary, this community rests between the glamor of high-end real estate to the west, and the splendor of Downtown Austin, further to the East. Stoneledge homes for sale average over 2500 square feet in size.
Where is Stoneledge Austin?
Stoneledge, located in Travis County’s 78731 zip code, is barely 2 miles west from Mopac along FM 2222. This “Farm to Market” road serves as a convenient major commuter exit, which joins to both the Mopac Expressway and the North Capital of Texas Highway 360 that connects to the westernmost areas of Austin.
Things to do near Stoneledge
The Hula Hut’s waterfront dining is just to the south offering first class Tex- Mex cuisine. The Mozart's Coffee Roasters, known for cozy comfort and ample room to work on your laptop, is also nearby. Just a few miles north, The County Line on The Lake, known for exceptional barbecue, sits along Bull Creek. This area is a wonderful point to put in with kayaks for some paddling along this tranquil corner of Austin’s waterways.
Austin ISD serves residents of the Stoneledge neighborhood. Highland Park Elementary (K-5), Lamar Middle School (6-8) are the assigned schools for younger children while McCallum High School (9-12), recognized for its exceptional fine arts curriculum, serves older students.