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Bradshaw Crossing Subdivision ♦ South Austin Location
- Zip Code: Austin, TX 78747
- Austin MLS Area: SC (Austin South Central)
- Neighborhood Location: Bradshaw Crossing is located east of IH-35 in South Central Austin. Take E. Slaughter Lane to Old Lockhart Rd., then turn right at Bradshaw Rd. The entrance is on the left.
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Homes for Sale ♦ Bradshaw Crossing ♦ South Austin
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Bradshaw Crossing ♦ Real Estate Market Update ♦ 2011-2016
The table that follows provides an overview of the recent history of home sales in the Bradshaw Crossing subdivision, and of real estate activity in the neighborhood over the previous 6 years.
BRADSHAW CROSSING ♦ Real Estate Market Data ♦ 2011-2016
# of Homes Sold
Median Sales Price
Avg. Sales Price
Avg. Days on Mkt.
Age of Homes Sold
Sq. Ft. of Homes Sold
Bradshaw Crossing Austin real estate market data from Austin Board of Realtors, 1/1/2011 to 12/31/2016.
Neighborhood Features ♦ Bradshaw Crossing ♦ South Austin
History, Builder and Homes in the Bradshaw Crossing
The Bradshaw Crossing neighborhood is a development of Lennar Homes. Construction began in 2007, with the first MLS-recorded home sale closed in mid-May of that year. With the upturn of the Austin-area economy in 2013, the pace of building and home sales in Bradshaw Crossing picked up, and is continuing in 2016.
Lennar offers new 1- and 2-story homes in its Oak Knoll designs with base prices starting in January 2016 around $225k. The home plans include single-story and two-story models. Home sizes range from 1,308 sq. ft. to almost 2,700 sq. ft.
The homes currently for sale (January 2016) typically include options like granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, 2" faux-wood binds, 18" ceramic tile flooring, energy efficient construction, and more. There are other options available to new home buyers for enhancing their homes.
Shopping, Entertainment and Other Area Attractions
This area of Southeast Austin has changed for the better over the past few years. Available shopping in the area includes the popular Southpark Meadows development, which in the summer of 2013 is still adding new businesses. Mainline stores like Sam's Club, Super Target, Best Buy, Super WalMart, restaurants, sporting goods, Marshalls, a movie theater, and more can be found in this development. It is located on the SW corner of IH-35 and W. Slaughter Lane.
The Bradshaw Crossing neighborhood is not far from other developments to the north on IH-35 and to the South in the Buda-Kyle area (including HEB and Cabela's). It also is a short drive from Bradshaw Crossing to Downtown Austin, Zilker Park, Lady Bird Johnson Lake and other area features.
Parks and Golf
In addition to the neighborhood pool (located at the south entrance to the subdivision), residents of Bradshaw Crossing have other opportunities for enjoying some of the area's nicest parks. These are the McKinney Falls State Park (located to the north off the McKinney Falls Parkway) and the Mary Moore Searight Metro Park (located off W. Slaughter Ln. just past South 1st St.).
Golfers can test their skills at the two local City of Austin courses (Clay and Kiker), the Plum Creek Golf Club (Kyle), the Onion Creek Country Club (located across Bradshaw Rd. from Bradshaw Crossing, South Austin) and the Grey Rock Golf Club (Circle C Ranch area, now owned by the City of Austin).
The Bradshaw Crossing Homeowner’s Association (HOA)
Membership in the Bradshaw Crossing Homeowner’s Association (HOA) is required. The fees include the use of the community pool and upkeep of common areas in the community. The HOA, managed by RealManage, provides a lot of helpful information on its website.
2015 tax rates for properties in Bradshaw Crossing totalled around $2.30 per $100 of property value. The primary taxing entities are the City of Austin, the Austin Independent School district and Travis County.
Bradshaw Crossing ♦ Public Schools for Students
Students living in the Bradshaw Crossing subdivision attend schools of the Austin Independent School District. It is prudent to verify current schools with AISD since attendance zones for specific schools might change from year to year.