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Addison Subdivision ♦ Southeast Austin ♦ Location
- Zip Code: Austin, TX 78744
- Austin MLS Area: 11 (Austin Southeast)
- Neighborhood Location: Addison is located in Southeast Austin. Traveling from Austin on US-71 toward the Austin airport, turn south on US-183 (you will pass ABIA on the left). The entrance to Addison is 3.3 miles from this point. Turn right into the neighborhood at Annalise Dr. The sign at the entrance will be on your left.
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Homes for Sale ♦ Addison ♦ Southeast Austin
Use this interactive home search to view current MLS listings of homes for sale (Active and Pending) in the Addison subdivision. If you find a home that interests you or want a NO Pressure tour of homes in Addison, call Jim at 512.913.1557.
Addison Southeast Austin ♦ Real Estate Market Update ♦ 2015-2016
The data below from the Addision subdivision provides an overview of home sales activity and home sizes over the past 2 years (data to be added yearly).
Addison ♦ Real Estate Market Data ♦ 2015-2016
# of Homes Sold
Median Sales Price
Avg. Sales Price
Sales Price Range
Avg. Days on Mkt.
Age of Homes Sold
Sq. Ft. of Homes Sold
Addison Southeast Austin real estate market data from Austin Board of Realtors, 1/1/2015 to 12/31/2016.
Neighborhood Features ♦ Addison ♦ Southeast Austin
Addison Southeast Austin: Builder and Homes
This development is a project of Brookfield Residential (also developing Blanco Vista in San Marcos). The entire development will cover 195 acres when it is completed. The first MLS-listed home sale in Addison closed on April 30, 2015.
Four builders (Buffington Homes, Homes by AVI, Milestone Community Builders and Pacesetter Homes) are at work in February 2016. The work is progressing well, with homes now being sold in phase 2 (of 3) of the development.
In early 2017, these builders are offering homes that range in size from the smallest at 1,300 sq. ft. up to 3,581 sq. ft., with base prices beginning in the low $200s to the upper $300s. Notes on the Pacesetter Homes website indicate that they are sold out in the current phase of Addison.
||Base Price Range
||Sq. Ft. Range
||$215k to $275k
||1,539 to 2,304
|Homes by AVI
||$237k to $390k
||1,725 to 3,581
||$210k to $275k
||1,300 to 2,650
||$223k to $247k
||1,260 to 1,862
The standard features of these Addison homes vary with the builder. Features that can be expected include a limited new-home warranty, designed-in energy efficiency, modern and traditional home styles, options in exterior look, interior livability and functionality, and either a 1- or 2-story plan.
Addison Amenities and Other Area Attractions
Buyers of homes in the Addison neighborhood can enjoy a neighborhood community center with pool and playground. (These are for the use of homeowners and their guests.)
Options for shopping, eating and other "things to do" in the Addison area include many along IH-35 (Lowe's, Home Depot, Chili's, e.g.), Southpark Meadows (at IH-35 South and W. Slaughter Ln.; Super WalMart, Target, Sam's and Best Buy, along with eateries, banks, a movie theater, several furniture stores, small businesses, e.g.), the SOCO (South Congress district, Downtown Austin, and many, many more!
South of Austin in Buda, Kyle and San Marcos, there are lots of other options, including a Cabela's outdoor sporting goods store.
There are many golf courses available in the Austin and surrounding area. Those nearby include the City of Austin's Grey Rock, Clay and Kizer golf courses, and the Plum Creek and Riverside layouts. Nearby parks that offer the public varying features and opportunities include the Richard Moya Park (Travis County), the McKinney Falls State Park (Texas Parks and Wildlife) and the Mary Moore Searight Metro Park just off W. Slaughter Ln. (City of Austin).
Need to get to the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA)? Exit the community to the left onto US-183. Veer right onto US-71 to the airport exit. Take US-183 N, or US-71 to IH-35, to get to Downtown Austin and other locations.
The Addison Homeowner’s Association (HOA) and Taxes
Owners of homes in Addison must be active members of the neighborhood HOA (Addison HOA, managed by Goodwin Management).
Taxes in Addison are assessed by two primary entities: Travis County and the Del Valle ISD, along with 3 others. The total tax rate, which varies from year to year, was set at around $2.26/$100 of property value for the year 2016.
Basic utilities are provided by Austin Energy (electricity) and Centerpoint Gas (natural gas).
Addison Austin ♦ Public Schools for Students
Students living in the Addison neighborhood attend schools of the Del Valle School District. Potential Addison homeowners should confirm the current schools assignments with the Del Valle ISD.