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The Hollow at Slaughter Creek Subdivision ♦ South Austin ♦ Location
The Hollow at Slaughter Creek Austin ♦ New Homes for Sale
The current Active & Pending MLS listings of Homes for Sale in The Hollow at Slaughter Creek subdivision are displayed below. If you find a home that interests you or just want a NO Pressure Tour of this new neighborhood, call Jim at 512.913.1557.
The Hollow at Slaughter Creek ♦ Real Estate Market Report ♦ 2012-2015
The table below gives an overview of the homes that were listed and sold through the Austin MLS.
THE HOLLOW AT SLAUGHTER CREEK AUSTIN ♦ Real Estate Market Data ♦ 2012-2015
# 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
||$169,850 to $213,430
||1,273 to 1,980
||$167,750 to $270,345
||1,272 to 2,413
||$227,000 to $321,168
||1,278 to 2,413
||$225,000 to $303,500
||1,264 to 2,240
The Hollow at Slaughter Creek real estate market data from the Austin Board of Realtors, 1/1/2012 - 12/31/2015.
The Hollow at Slaughter Creek ♦ Neighborhood Features and Homes
The Hollow at Slaughter Creek Subdivision ♦ Builder-Developer
This residential, single-family home community (also sometimes called The Hollows at Slaughter Creek) is was developed in South Austin by well-known home builder Pulte Homes. (Pulte also built the nearby Stablewood at Slaughter Creek subdivision, and in January 2016 is building in nearby Searight Village.) The development of this neighborhood progressed rapidly since its start in 2011, and was completed in 2015. The neighborhood has approximately 212 single-family homes on its 37 acres of land.
Resale buyers will be able to choose from 5 different home plans that range in size from 1,264 sq. ft. to 2,413 sq. ft., with 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2 or 2.5 baths, full sod and sprinkler system. These homes have many standard features, including energy efficiency features like 14-SEER A/C systems, low-E vinyl windows, and radiant barrier decking. The kitchens feature ceramic tile backsplashes, 30" or 36" picture frame cabinets, ceramic tile flooring, Whirlpool appliances, and more.
The Hollow at Slaughter Creek Subdivision ♦ Neighborhood and Local Amenities
This subdivision is conveniently located close to many of the older and newish shopping and eating places along W. Slaughter Lane. The closest of these is Tanglewood Village (HEB groceries). Other major stops include popular Southpark Meadows (Sam's Club, WalMart and Target) at W. Slaughter Lane and IH-35, and Shady Hollow Village (Randalls groceries). There are plenty of eateries and other retail businesses nearby, as well as access to Mopac and IH-35 via W. Slaughter. Manchaca Rd. leads to Downtown Austin via Lamar Blvd.
Nearby public parks include the Mary Moore Searight Park, the Dick Nichols Park off Beckett Road, and the Metro Park in Circle C. Golfers can knock it around on some daily fee courses, including the Jimmy Clay and Roy Kizer courses in East Austin and the Grey Rock Golf Club in Circle C Ranch.
Public Schools for Students ♦ The Hollow at Slaughter Creek Austin
For the 2015-2016 school year, students who live in The Hollow at Slaughter Creek are assigned to attend the following schools of the Austin Independent School District:
- Elementary: Casey (Grades K-5 ♦ 9400 Texas Oaks Dr., Austin, TX 78748 ♦ Phone: 512/841-6900)
- Middle: Paredes (Grades 6-8 ♦ 10100 S. Mary Moore Searight, Austin, TX 78748 ♦ Phone: 512/841-6800)
- High: Akins (Grades 9-12 ♦ 10701 S. 1st St. Austin, TX 78748 ♦ Phone: 512/841-9900)
Parents and prospective homeowners should verify current school assignments with the Austin ISD.