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Living in Red Oaks Neighborhood Cedar Park, TX 78613

Red Oaks Neighborhood SignLiving in Red Oaks Neighborhood Cedar Park, TX 78613


Why Do People Live here?

Red Oaks is one of the many great neighborhoods to move to in Cedar Park.  is a beautiful neighborhood of single family homes that is conveniently located just 20 miles outside of Downtown Austin. Movoto named Cedar Park the 5th Most Desirable Suburb in the Country with regards to lifestyle, affordability, education and crime rates. Red Oaks location is also a plus with access to major roads and toll roads to help you get around town.  

Looking for a home in Red Oaks?

Interested in finding homes for sale in Red Oaks Neighborhood in Cedar Park, TX? Click the link to find all the currently available homes in this area of Cedar Park.

What's the Neighborhood Like?

Red Oaks homes range in size between 2000 and 4200+ square feet and were built between 2005 and 2012. Majority of the homes were built by David Weekly, Newmark and Lennar. Expect lot sizes to range in size from .16 to .5 of an acre. Residents enjoy a community pool and park, hike and bike trails, clubhouse, and covered pavilion and basketball court.

What's Going on Nearby the Red Oaks Neighborhood?

Red Oaks is minutes away from Lakeline Mall, a Simon Mall with tons of stores. There are 3 hospitals within a 10 mile radius (Cedar Park Regional, Seton Northwest and St. David's North Austin). Check out hot restaurants like Soto and Local Slice Pizza and award winning Hotel/spa Travaasa. The City of Cedar Park has areas with gorgeous hill country settings for hiking and biking. 

What Schools will the Kids Attend?

LeanderISD is a top school district in the area. Red Oaks' homes feed into Pauline Naumann Elementary, Artie L. Henry Middle School and Vista Ridge High School. For school ratings and parent comments about the schools, a good site to check out is GreatSchools.org

Now You Really Want to Find a Home Here, Right?

If you are interested in the current homes for sale in Red Oaks Cedar Park, TX click on the link. At the time this blog was written, 2 homes are on the market in this neighborhood. I am currently interviewing for the job to list a home. Please contact me if you are considering Red Oaks for your home purchase! 

 

Laura Ivy Blessing blogs about the Austin, TX known and lesser known happenings with a splash of real estate savvy for today's buyers and sellers. Please call her today to consult and advise you through your next real estate transaction.   Blessing@KW.com   512-789-5087
 

 

 

 

 

0 commentsLaura Ivy Blessing 512-789-5087 • February 24 2015 07:21AM
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