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Crossing at Onion Creek Homes for Sale ♦ Crossing at Onion Creek Austin

Homes for Sale ♦ Crossing at Onion Creek ♦ South Austin

Use this interactive home search to view current listings of homes for sale in the Crossing at Onion Creek. If you find a home that interests you, call Jim at 512.913.1557.

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Crossing at Onion Creek Subdivision ♦ South Austin Location

  • Zip Code: Austin, TX 78744
  • Austin MLS Area: SC (Austin South Central)
  • Neighborhood Location: The Crossing at Onion Creek neighborhood is located on the east side of IH-35 in South Austin. You will find the two entrances on the south side of E. Slaughter Lane, the primary one at Narrow Glen Pkwy.
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Crossing at Onion Creek ♦ Real Estate Market Update ♦ 2011-2019

An overview of the recent real estate market history in the Crossing at Onion Creek follows

 CROSSING AT ONION CREEK ♦ Real Estate Market Data ♦ 2011-2019


# 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

2011 16 $137,500 $139,754 $105,000-$179,900 69 2003-2006 1,366-2,577
2012 32 $149,850 $155,920 $121,000-$198,000 54 2003-2006 1,314-2,697
2013 19 $164,000 $167,492 $132,500-$201,150 24 2004-2005 1,344-2,697
2014 40 $181,300 $183,351 $155,000-$225,000 21 2003-2006 1,333-2,697
2015 36 $206,000 $211,135 $155,000-$245,900 14 2003-2006 1,096-2,697
2016 32 $220,250 $224,435 $165,900-$265,100 21 2004-2006 1,326-2,697
2017 34 $233,500 $236,213 $205,000-$275,000 19 2003-2006 1,314-2,697
2018 21 $245,000 $247,241 $215,000-$278,000 10 2003-2006 1,333-2,468
2019 24 $256,000 $261,013 $233,500-$299,000 36 2003-2006 1,386-2,697

Crossing at Onion Creek Austin real estate market data from Austin Board of Realtors, 1/1/2011 to 12/31/2019.
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Neighborhood Features ♦ Crossing at Onion Creek ♦ South Austin

History, Builders and Homes in the Crossing at Onion Creek

A view of the Crossing at Onion Creek neighborhood in Austin 78744The development of the Crossing at Onion Creek subdivision in South Austin was a combined effort of two builders: DR Horton Homes and Lennar Homes. The homes were built in the years 2003 through 2006.

DR Horton's homes are located along two streets on the east and southeast sides of the Crossing at Onion Creek: Rowland Sayles and Melissa Oaks. These homes are all 2-story plans, with 2-car garages and rear-alley access. Sizes range from 1,059 sq. ft. through 1,845 sq. ft, of living space. The smallest of these homes were built with 2 bedrooms. The remainder have 3-4 bedrooms.

The Lennar/Village Builders plans provide buyers with the option of 1- or 2-story homes with square footages of 1,480 to 2,697. These homes have 3 or 4 bedrooms and either 2 or 2.5 baths.  

Shopping, Entertainment and Other Area Attractions

The area served by the Crossing at Onion Creek has developed significantly over the past 10 years. The primary development was Southpark Meadows, a large and still-growing commerce and retail center located at the intersection of IH-35 and W. Slaughter Lane. This center includes large-box stores like Super Wal-Mart, Sam's, Best Buy, Ross, Target, Marshalls, Sports Authority, Beall's and J.C. Penney’s, along with banks, small businesses, places for dining and eating out, a multi-screen theater, several furniture Another view of homes in the Crossing at Onion Creek neighborhood.stores and much more. Of course, there are many other nearby outlets for shopping, entertainment and eating out in the South and Southwest Austin area, and others like the popular Cabela's outdoors sporting goods center just to the south in the Buda area.

Those who enjoy parks have options close by, like the City of Austin's Mary Moore Searight Metro Park just off W. Slaughter Ln. This park is open to the public and has many features, including those designed for families and children and an 18-hole disc golf course.

Residents can also find their way to the McKinney Falls State Park, and to several nearby golf courses (Kizer, Clay, Plum Creek, Grey Rock and Riverside).

The neighborhood is also located well--just a short distance from IH-35 and its connections to all that is Austin. Go north on IH-35 toward Downtown Austin and its attractions, south toward San Antonio, east to ABIA, or west to the Lake Travis area. The options for getting to jobs, entertainment and other activities are many!

The Crossing at Onion Creek Homeowner’s Association (HOA)

Homeowners must maintain a membership in the Crossing at Onion Creek Homeowner’s Association (HOA). 

Taxes in the Crossing at Onion Creek subdivision are assessed annually.

Crossing at Onion Creek ♦ Public Schools for Students

Students living in the Crossing at Onion Creek subdivision attend schools of the Austin Independent School District. Potential homeowners in the Crossing at Onion Creek subdivision should verify the currently assigned schools with AISD.

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