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Grand Oaks, which is located off of Manchaca Road and Davis Lane in south Austin, is what some call a “planned unit development” – or a cluster of similarly constructed residences built around common, shared open space. Others term it “village style”, but it is clear when you drive into this newer subdivision that Grand Oaks was a community designed from a master plan. These might even be mistaken for condominiums at first glance, but they are single family homes.......Read more

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$375,000
2217 Hazen Ln - Austin, TX 78745

Bedrooms
3
Baths
3
SQ. Feet
2,101
Acres
0.12
Year Built
2005
$375,000
City: Austin
Status: Pending - Taking Backups
House in Grand Oaks Amd
3 br, 3 ba, 2,101 ft²
MLS® #: 3221567
Price:
$375,000
City:
Austin
Beds:
3
Baths:
3
Type:
Residential
MLS® #:
3221567
Sqft:
2,101
Acres:
0.12
Status:
Pending - Taking Backups
Subdivision:
Grand Oaks Amd
Property Listed By:
Keller Williams Realty

This Beautifully Kept Home Has A Floorplan To Envy. Featuring An Updated Kitchen, Granite Counters, Breakfast Bar, Huge Pantry, Hardwood Floors Throughout Main Level & Updated Half Bath. A Separate Flex/office Down As Well As Room For 2 Dining Spaces Makes This A Truly Unique House In Grand Oaks. Upstairs, 3 Spacious Bedrooms, 2 That Share The Updated Jack & Jill Bathro...

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Properties in Grand Oaks

The subdivision is positioned in an area bordered by Manchaca to east, to the north is a large tract of undeveloped greenbelt that separates it from Shiloh Lane and the Shiloh subdivision, to the west is Seminary Ridge Drive and to the south is Davis Lane.

The first homes here were built in 2003, and continued into 2006. As you enter from Empress Lane, the neighborhood appears to have a “center”, with numerous buildings plotted in neat rows, and grouped around a series of traffic circles that branch off to the different neighborhood streets. There is a definite uniformity and consistency to what you will find here; all homes are roughly equally spaced apart and on virtually equally sized lots, and all look nearly identical, almost “cookie-cutter” in appearance. If variety and unique architectural styles are important to you, this may not be something you’ll embrace. However, if you want something newer with well-maintained grounds and a modern feel, you may like this.

All homes here are two-story residences, with a consistent, square shape – no variations, no modifications, and no noticeable outward differences in style or construction. There is some variation in size, but not much: homes were designed in distinct offerings of about 1,400 square feet, 1,700, 2,000 or 2,400. There are generously sized windows on the fronts of the homes, but modestly sized yards. All common areas are meticulously maintained and tastefully landscaped with plenty of trees. Grand Oaks is run by a mandatory homeowners association.

As a fairly new community, you can expect that the interiors contain modern touches like stainless steel appliances, spacious walk-in closets and nice floor plans. Some recent listings boast some customized upgrades.

The subdivision is situated next to a heavily treed area, and it is at the edge of this area at Campfield Parkway and Minnesota Lane that you will find a small but pleasant neighborhood park. It includes a covered pavilion, full basketball court, playscape and hiking trails.

The buzz on Grand Oaks is that it is a popular and in-demand community, and recent sales data shows you can purchase here from about $170,000 on the low end to around $250,000 for the larger floor plans. The neighborhood has a very private feel, yet it is moments from south Austin’s main roads and major highways.

Children here attend Cunningham Elementary, which has been given an above average rating* of “Recognized” by the Texas Education Association. Covington Middle school earns a solid “Academically Acceptable” rating, while high school kids will attend Crockett High School, also deemed “Acceptable”, but also known as a nationally recognized “Blue Ribbon School”.

*In addition to completion and drop out rates, the Texas Education Agency rates area schools in part based on results from the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills Tests. When the percentage of passing students is 65% or above (45% or above in Math and Science) they gain Academically Acceptable status, 70-75% or above Recognized status, and 90% or above, Exemplary status.

Grand Oaks Real Estate Stats

 

  • Date Established: 2003
  • Location: Zip code 78745, MLS Area 10S
  • Number of Homes: 352
  • Median Home Size: 1,963 square feet
  • Schools: Cunningham Elementary, Covington Middle, Crockett High

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Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from February 22nd, 2019 at 1:30am CST. Neither the Board nor ACTRIS guarantees or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. The Austin Board of REALTORS®, ACTRIS and their affiliates provide the MLS and all content therein "AS IS" and without any warranty, express or implied. Data maintained by the Board or ACTRIS may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.

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