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Avery Ranch Location
Avery Ranch sits along either side of Parmer Ln., about two miles north of RR 620, just west of Round Rock and east of Cedar Park. This puts it just outside the Austin city limits, and just on the southern edge of Williamson County.
Avery Ranch Amenities
Talk to anyone who knows Avery Ranch, and the word “golf” comes up almost immediately. There’s no denying that it’s hard to overlook—a literally top-ranked course with oak trees, hills, streams, and its own lake, created by a former Jack Nicklaus designer. Noted for the quality of its clubhouse, course conditions, and dining, as well as the design of the course itself, the golfing offers something for everyone, and it’s one reason that a lot of people have chosen to make their homes in Avery Ranch.
Other standouts include not one but five community centers with a total of 17 acres of family-oriented amenities—basketball, sand volleyball, tennis, swimming, playgrounds, and more.
Average Price of Avery Ranch Homes
The average price of a home in Avery Ranch is $335,000.
Average Age of Avery Ranch Homes
Homes in Avery Ranch are an average of 4 years old.
Average Size of Homes in Avery Ranch
The average size of an Avery Ranch home is about 3,000 square feet.
Amount of Time a Home Stays on the Market in Avery Ranch
70 days is the approximate time a home stays on the market in Avery Ranch
Grocery Shopping in Avery Ranch
Residents in Avery Ranch do their grocery shopping in either of the two nearby HEBs. The HEB on 620 in Round Rock is about 2 miles away, and the HEB on 1431 and Parmer is about 3 miles away.
Dining in Avery Ranch
Avery Ranch offers many dining choices including Hunan Ranch, Z'Tejas, and the ever popular Waterloo Icehouse to name a few.
Avery Ranch offers two school districts including Round Rock ISD and Leander ISD. Avery Ranch has also proposed two new elementary schools in both Round Rock and Leander.
Basketball, sand volleyball, tennis, swimming, playgrounds, and more are offered by the 17 acres of family-oriented amenities in the 5 community centers.
Avery Ranch residents work out at Fitness 19, which is located in Avery Ranch.
Downtown Austin Commute
During rush hour Parmer Ln. gets backed up, however, there are toll roads as an alternative. During non rush hour times, downtown is about 20 minutes away.
Austin Airport Commute
Austin Airport is about 30 minutes away during non rush hour times.
Places of Worship in Avery Ranch
Avery Ranch offers many places of worship including Crosspointe Church, Lord of Life Lutherin Church, Nevertheless Community Church, Pond Springs Baptist Church, Pond Springs Church of Christ, St Margaret Mary Catholic Church, St Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, Tree of Life International Prayer & Praise Center
Chief among what Avery Ranch has to offer is the stunning natural beauty of the area and the consistently superior quality of the schools. Other standouts include not one but five community centers with a total of 17 acres of family-oriented amenities—basketball, sand volleyball, tennis, swimming, playgrounds, and more.
For many, the home styles, amenities, and natural beauty of Avery Ranch make it the North Austin equivalent of South Austin’s famed Circle C Ranch neighborhood.
It also puts it in the middle of one of Austin’s hottest growth corridors, as well as locating it among a variety of transportation options: RR 620, US 183, MoPac, and I-35 are all easily accessible, and the sparkling-new Capital MetroRail station less than two miles away means residents can take advantage of Central Texas’ most modern commuter rail system with a quick, easy, and pleasant high-speed train trip to or from downtown.
Heading in other directions takes you to Lakeline Mall, major employers like Dell, Seton Healthcare, and IBM, and of course, AAA baseball at the Dell Diamond.
There are also a number of carefully considered choices designed to fully take advantage of the luxurious natural setting. Most notably, Avery Ranch enjoys a trail system that allows travel from one neighborhood to another with minimal interruption of major roads. Then there’s the outdoor amphitheater available for local productions and the community’s proximity to both a 60-acre lake and a 140-acre county park.
First developed in 2000, Avery Ranch features about a dozen distinct neighborhoods, with an equally diverse range of housing. Most are single-family houses, but upscale condos and townhomes can be found as well. Those looking to build will find that there’s still a good supply of vacant land in Avery Ranch, but don’t count on it staying that way for long—Avery Ranch attracts new residents every day.