Equestrian Homes For Sale
Equestrian communities are master-planned neighborhoods designed for the equestrian lifestyle. They provide amenities like barns and trails, and community with other horse lovers.
“Horse-friendly” homes and neighborhoods allow horses. Depending on the number of horses they can house, Austin equestrian properties may have a barn or more with stalls, an indoor or open arena, paddocks, hay-feed and general storage, and numerous other horse-related amenities.
Austin equestrian homes are found on the outskirts of town, primarily in surrounding communities west of downtown Austin.
Equestrian Communities Within Austin
Westlake Oaks is an equestrian community within the city of Westlake. Near Capital of Texas Highway (Loop 360) and Bee Caves Road, homes are set on acreage lots, and the neighborhood offers horse stables and equestrian areas.
Nearby Angelwylde is a horse-friendly neighborhood featuring multi-acreage lots.
Surrounding Area Equestrian Communities
In Driftwood, southwest of Austin, La Ventana is an upscale equine community that offers horse stables and trails. Madrone Ranch, at Hamilton Pool Road and Ranch Road 12 west of Austin, also is an upscale equestrian community with homes on multi-acre lots, as well as horse riding trails, a large greenbelt, and stables for boarding and horse riding lessons. The Polo Club in West Austin is an iconic neighborhood with riding trails and stables, plus numerous amenities. Dripping Springs, a town west of Austin on Highway 290, offers numerous equestrian communities, such as Saddletree Ranch and Bear Creek Estates. The Reserve at Lake Travis in Spicewood is a resort-style luxury community that offers both a full service equestrian boarding and training facility and waterfront access. Most Austin-area equestrian neighborhoods offer beautiful Hill Country views.
Within the western Hill Country and also east, north, and south of Austin, there are many opportunities to purchase homes on acreage that are suitable for development for horses. Pre-developed equestrian properties also are available and can accommodate numerous home style and lifestyle preferences. Whether developed or undeveloped for an equestrian lifestyle, homes that allow horses outside of equestrian neighborhoods have the benefit of a wider range of price points.
The Central Texas region also offers opportunities to purchase ranches, large spreads of land that have been used to raise various types of livestock for profit. These will include miscellaneous structures and usually will include a home. There are also gentlemen’s ranches, which are ranches where livestock are raised for pleasure rather than for a sustaining income. Raising and breeding horses can be a qualifying land use for an agricultural tax exemption in Texas so be sure to talk to your Austin Realtor® about the possibilities and to find properties that best fit your needs.
15000 Fitzhugh Rd.
Austin, TX 78736
Bear Creek Stables
13017 Bob Johnson Ln, Manchaca, TX 78652
Brad Woods/Mitzi Woods Stables
10402 Brodie Ln, Austin, TX 78739
Erika Hughes Stables
12830 Daniel Boone Dr, Austin, TX 78737
Lone Star Stables Austin
6400 Liveoak Dr, Austin, TX 78746
Madrone Ranch Stables
8801 Madrone Ranch Trail, Austin, TX 78738
14605 Old San Antonio Road, Buda, TX 78610
Rocking B Stables
2909 Gregg Ln, Austin, TX 78744
Switch Willo Stables
4829 Switch Willo, Austin, TX 78727
13500 W Highway 290, Austin, TX 78737
Weddle Training Stables
12416 FM 1826, Austin, Texas 78737
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