Homes for Sale in Brodie Springs Subdivision ♦ South Austin 78748
The home search that follows shows the current Active and Pending MLS listings of homes for sale in Brodie Springs. If you find a home that interests you or want to schedule a NO PRESSURE appointment to tour homes for sale in Brodie Springs, call Jim at 512.913.1557.
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Brodie Springs Subdivision ♦ South/Southwest Austin Location
Brodie Springs Subdivision Austin ♦ Real Estate Market Overview ♦ 2011-2016
The data in the report below is aimed at giving you a feel for home prices and sizes in Brodie Springs.
BRODIE SPRINGS Austin ♦ Real Estate Market Data ♦ 2011-2016
# 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
Brodie Springs real estate market stats from the Austin Board of Realtors, 1/1/2011 through 12/31/2016.
Brodie Springs Austin ♦ Neighborhood Features ♦ Builders ♦ New Homes
Brodie Springs ♦ Builder and Homes
Taylor Morrison Homes completed the development of Brodie Springs in the year 2012. They, along with builder Grand Haven Homes, built all of the homes in this neighborhood. As can be seen in the table above, the sale of homes there began in 2007. Home sizes in the community range from 2,606 sq. ft. to over 5,300 sq. ft.
This neighborhood features a mixture of upscale Texas stone and stucco, four-side masonry homes. The list of standard features included in these homes (too many to list) is definitely impressive! Fencing of homesites is optional, but no wood fences are allowed. The site plan for the Brodie Springs subdivision includes a total of 114 homes.
Brodie Springs ♦ Neighborhood Features and Area Amenities
Brodie Springs has large, mostly wooded lots and greenbelt areas that are set aside for the enjoyment of residents and the beautification of the subdivision. The last phase of the development (now completed) included over 26 acres of nature preserve. It is a well-laid out and highly attractive community, marked by lots of trees and green areas.
Brodie Springs is close to a number of shopping, eating and entertainment places, including the Shady Hollow Village center at Brodie and W. Slaughter Lane, and the Southpark Meadows center at I-35 and W. Slaughter. It is near several parks along and near the W. Slaughter corridor, area golf courses like Grey Rock and Plum Creek, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and the Veloway, a track for rollerblading and bicycling enthusiasts.
Brodie Springs Austin ♦ Homeowner Association (HOA) and Utility Providers
Homeowners are required to belong to the Brodie Springs HOA. The association is managed by Southwest Management Services (512/266-6771).
Utility Providers for Brodie Springs: AT&T (phone, internet); City of Austin (water, electricity, trash); Time Warner (internet, digital phone, cable); Texas Gas Service (natural gas)
Public Schools ♦ Brodie Springs Students
School-age children living in the Brodie Springs subdivision attend schools in the following Austin Independent School District (AISD). Parents and prospective home owners in Brodie Springs should check with Austin ISD for up-to-date neighborhood school assignments.