Legend Oaks Homes For Sale
Legend Oaks (and Legend Oaks II) are popular neighborhoods comprised collectively of 1,000 homes in Southwest Austin. Bounded by Convict Hill Road to the north, Davis Lane to the south, and Escarpment to the west, Legend Oaks is prized for its peaceful, secluded feel and proximity to businesses, including Freescale Semiconductors, which is only moments away at the intersection of William Cannon and Hwy 290. Due to Legend Oaks’ competitive price point and closeness to conveniences, homes there tend to sell quickly.
In area code 78749, Legend Oaks is a well-treed, established community in MLS area SWW, approximately eight miles from Downtown Austin.
Legend Oaks Properties
Legend Oaks is a community in Austin of over 1,000 single family, detached homes that was established in 1987 and was completed around 2001.
Builders included Wilshire, Newmark, Scott Felder, and David Weekley.
Legend Oaks Homeowners Associations
The neighborhood has two Homeowners Associations – Legend Oaks Homeowner’s Association and the Legend Oak Homeowners’ Association II. All residents are required to be a member of their respective HOA. The associations plan community events throughout the year, such as an Easter egg hunt and Labor Day celebration.
Legend Oaks also is part of the Oak Hill Association of Neighborhoods (OHAN), an organization representing 10,000 plus Southwest Travis County homeowners.
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Residents in Legend Oaks have numerous recreational opportunities. The recreation center boasts a swimming pool with kids’ area and fountain, bubblers, and waterfalls; a clubhouse/cabana area; a playscape with a large canopy for shade; and a tennis court that was resurfaced and given new equipment in 2010. There also are many nearby picnic tables and barbecue grills throughout the neighborhood park. The Latta Branch Greenbelt and Williamson Creek travel directly through the middle of the neighborhood.
Dick Nichols Park, just to the east of the neighborhood on Beckett Road, features a large, heated swimming pool and kiddie pool open year-round and a kids’ play area with swings, playscapes, and a water feature. It’s also home to a paved one-mile trail, a basketball court, volleyball and sand volleyball courts, two tennis courts, a multipurpose field, a large picnic shelter, and numerous picnic tables and barbecue pits.
Dick Nichols has direct access to additional set of neighborhood hike and bike trails, just on the other side of Beckett, connecting to Davis Lane. These gravel trails provide several miles of winding paths in a natural setting, including a wet weather creek, and cross an additional, small playscape and numerous exercise stations.
Restaurants and Shopping
At the intersection of William Cannon and Hwy 290 is the Oak Hill Centre, with a Postal Annex, Counter Culture Frozen Yogurt, Flores Mexican Restaurant, Subway, Cut N Shoot Hair Studio, The Detour Bar, and more. Just to the west of that intersection at the Y in Oak Hill are several shopping centers with an HEB, Starbucks, Auto Zone, Little Caesars, McDonald’s, Tuesday Morning, Big Lots, Goodwill, and numerous other shops and service locations.
Located just south of Legend Oaks is Escarpment Village, the first true “green” retail center in Austin. The center, which straddles Escarpment, is anchored by an HEB grocery store with Café on the Run and Coffee Bar. Restaurants and food/drink establishments include Waterloo Ice House, Santa Rita Tex-Mex Cantina, Satellite Bistro & Bar, Blue Bamboo Viet Thai Grill, Mangieri’s Pizza Cafe, Subway, Austin Scoops, Starbucks, and Twin Liquors. Other offerings include Tomlinson’s Pet Supplies, C’est Chic, Bright Lights Dancewear, Eye Tech Optometrist, Circle C Animal Hospital, Zygmont Chiropractic, Circle C Dental, Clavier-Werke Music, Jack Brown Cleaners, Postmark’d, Austin Real Estate Partners, Four Sons Cleaners, Dance Xplosion, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo.
Just southeast of the Legend Oaks is Parkside Village, anchored by a new construction, five-screen Alamo Drafthouse Theater and 400 Rabbits, a stand-alone cocktail lounge. Also in the center are Austin Diagnostic Clinic Circle C, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, TCBY, ATX Bikes, Z Pizza, KoKo FitClub, Sleep Experts, and AT&T.
Located down William Cannon at MoPac are the Shops at Arbor Trails. Large establishments in the center include Whole Foods and Costco. Restaurants and food/drink establishments include Mandola’s Italian Market, Double Dave’s Pizza Works, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, Torchy’s Tacos, Fire House Subs, Chuy’s, Kerbey Lane Café, Cheddar’s, Panda Express, Smoothie King, Yo-Way Frozen Yogurt, and My Fit Foods. Additionally, the center incudes Expert Nails, Supercuts, Medifast, Pure Bikram Yoga, Haverty’s Furniture, Play N Trade, Radio Shack, Staples, Endovers Bike Shop, Healthy Pet, Soccer City, Wanderland, Lions, Tigers, and Toys, Fast Frame, Jared’s Jewelry, The Dental Centre, Lane Chiropractic, Concentra Urgent Care, Pure Smiles Orthodontics, Innovative Eye Care, Realty Executives, Lone Star School of Music, Sweet Cleaners, Oxford Learning, Scottrade, Nationwide Insurance, The Little Gym, The UPS Store, Capitol One, Frost Bank, and Wells Fargo.
Nearby Gyms include Lifetime Fitness, 24 Hour Fitness, Planet Fitness, and Gold’s Gym.
The Hampton Branch at Oak Hill Austin Public Library is just east of Legend Oaks on Convict Hill Road. The Hampton Branch opened in 1997 and is 8,400 square-feet, with the potential to expand to 15,000 square feet. The Hampton Branch has a walking trail, a reading gazebo, and is one of the busiest branches in the Austin Public Library system. Story times and other events are well attended at this branch.
Nearby Childcare establishments include The Children’s Courtyard, Bright Horizons, Country Home Learning Center, KidSpa, and Primrose School of Southwest Austin.
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