Homes for Sale ♦ Belterra Subdivision ♦ Southwest Austin & Dripping Springs
The home search below features Active & Pending MLS listings of homes for sale in Belterra. (Some of the properties on new streets may not map correctly.) If you have a question, or want to schedule a NO PRESSURE TOUR of the Belterra neighborhood and its homes, call Jim at 512.913.1557.
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Belterra Austin Subdivision ♦ Location
Zip Code: Austin, TX 78737
Austin MLS Area: HD (Hays-Dripping Springs)
Subdivision Location: The Belterra Austin subdivision is in Hays County on the south side of US 290, about 7 miles west of the US 290/71 “Y” in Oak Hill. Most of Belterra is bordered by US 290 on the north, Nutty Brown Road on the east and Sawyer Ranch Road on the west. The Views at Belterra is being developed on the east side of Nutty Brown Road.
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Belterra Austin ♦ Real Estate Market Report ♦ 2011-2017
Information and statistics for real estate in the Belterra subdivision. Based on the rate at which homes have sold in the subdivision, the conclusion can be drawn that Belterra attracts a lot of families.
The master development plan for Belterra provides for around 2,000 homes to be built. Sales of homes in Belterra began in 2003.
BELTERRA AUSTIN ♦ Real Estate Market Data ♦ 2011-2017
# of Homes Sold
Median Sales Price
Avg. Sales Price
Avg. Days on Mkt.
Age of Homes Sold
Sq. Ft. of Homes Sold
Based on data from the Austin Board of Realtors, 1/1/2011 - 12/31/2017.
Belterra Southwest Austin Real Estate ♦ Development Features
The Hill Country Setting of Belterra
Belterra is a master-planned development that is being carved out of 1,600 acres of the Southwest Austin hills. The neighborhood features hundreds of acres of greenbelt on which no homes will be built. The green areas add a lot to the appeal of this subdivision. Belterra’s setting in the hill country Southwest of Austin makes it a wonderful place to call home. The development is a short drive to Austin, Texas and all it offers. It is just to the north of the Highpointe Austin/Dripping Springs neighborhood.
Shopping and Outdoor Opportunities for Belterra Residents
There are a number of shopping and eating places that are short drives from Belterra. Try Escarpment Village in Circle C Ranch, the center at the “Y” in Oak Hill, the Target, Wal-Mart and Sam’s centers at US 209/71 and Mopac, The Shops at Arbor Trails at Mopac and William Cannon, and the centers just south of US 290/71 on Brodie Lane. Seton Southwest Hospital is located just east of Belterra at 7900 FM-1826.
Belterra residents can enjoy the outdoors in several nearby places: Grey Rock and Plum Creek Golf Clubs, the Veloway (rollerblading and bicycling), the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, and the Metro (Circle C) and Dick Nichols parks.
Belterra Subdivision Builders ♦ Belterra Home Choices
The homes in the Belterra neighborhood are currently (January 2016) being built by 5 quality builders: Drees Custom, David Weekley, Highland, Sitterle and Wilshire Homes. Each of these builders offers a variety of models and floor plans, built in sections of the neighborhood that feature 55-, 70-, 80- and 90-foot wide lots.
A future gated estate section is planned on the western side of the community. Belterra subdivision homebuyers can choose from many home options: single- and two-story homes, new and resale, and sizes that range from around 1,800 sq. ft. to over 4,800 SF. Including resale homes, sales prices of 185 homes in 2015 averaged $388k, and ranged from $262k to $685k.
The Belterra Recreation Center ♦ HOA ♦ Taxes
Neighborhood Amenities: Residents can enjoy the Belterra Recreation Center which features a beautiful swimming pool complex, outdoor pavilion, basketball court, ball fields, and playground for children. There is a 5,000 sq. ft. community building. The master plan for Belterra includes an extensive trail system with pedestrian underpasses at major roads, and 16 neighborhood parks.
Membership in the Belterra Community Association (HOA), managed by Pioneer Real Estate Services, is mandatory. HOA fees in 2015 are about $465/year, paid quarterly. At the time of purchase of a home in Belterra, a year’s dues are collected in advance.
Taxes in Belterra are a bit higher than in Austin. Though there are no city taxes, two municipal utility districts (MUDs) provide the water and wastewater services. 2015 tax rates totaled around $3 per $100 of property value. Taxing authorities include Hays County, the Dripping Springs Independent School District, and the MUDs. Tax rates generally change from year to year.
Public Schools for Belterra Students
Students living in the Belterra neighborhood attend schools operated by the Dripping Springs Independent School District. Parents should check with the Dripping Springs ISD for up-to-date school assignments, ratings, schedules and other information on these schools.