Nearby Featured Heart of Austin Homes Neighborhoods
♦ Barker Ranch ♦ Bridges at Bear Creek ♦ Deer Haven ♦ Deer Park at Maple Run ♦ Estates of Shady Hollow ♦ Hills of Bear Creek ♦ Maple Run ♦ Oak (Creek) Parke ♦ Sendera ♦ Shady Hollow ♦ Sunset (Creek Ridge) ♦ More Southwest Austin Neighborhoods w/interactive map ♦
Maple Run Subdivision in South Austin ♦ Location
Homes for Sale ♦ Maple Run in South Austin
The section below with its interactive map shows the current MLS listings of Homes for Sale in South Austin’s Maple Run subdivision. If you find a home that interests you, or want a NO Pressure appointment to see a home in Maple Run, call Jim at 512.913.1557.
Maple Run South Austin ♦ Real Estate Market Activity ♦ 2011-2016
The table of Austin MLS data below is aimed at acquainting you with the real estate activity in Maple Run over the past 6 years.
MAPLE RUN AUSTIN ♦ Neighborhood 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
MAPLE RUN AUSTIN real estate market data from the Austin Board of Realtors 1/1/2011 - 12/31/2016.
Maple Run Austin ♦ Neighborhood Features & Local Amenities
Maple Run History and Homes
Homes in the Maple Run neighborhood were built primarily in the years 1981 through 1997, though a few other homes were added just before or after that time. The builders were primarily Milburn Homes (Sendera subdivision builder, later purchased by D.R. Horton) and Hampton Homes. The Maple Run subdivision is a bit newer than Shady Hollow (begun around 1973). Development of Circle C Ranch was initiated some 7 years after the start of Maple Run.
The residences in Maple Run will fit a lot of buyers' needs. There are homes with as few 2 bedrooms, and as many as 5 bedrooms. Maple Run homes vary in size from around 1,100 sq. ft. of living space to over 2,900 sq. ft. Homes sold in 2016 ranged in price from around $183k up to the $359k. You will find homes in Maple Run with many different features and with varying degrees of modern upgrades.
Maple Run Austin Amenities and Shopping
Shoppers and those who want to exercise or dine out have plenty of nearby options available! Start with the many businesses along William Cannon, including those at the newish Shops at Arbor Trails (Costco). Then check out options at Mopac and US-290/71 (Super Target, Super WalMart, Sam's, and Sunset Valley), and those along W. Slaughter Ln. (Shady Hollow Village, Escarpment Village, for example). There are also three retail exercise facilities close to Maple Run.
Major parks nearby include the Metro Park at Circle C Ranch and the Dick Nichols Park (both of these multi-featured parks are on the W side of Mopac). The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is just SW of Maple Run, as is the Veloway, a 3+ mile track for bicycling and rollerblading). Golfers can "play a round" at the nearby Grey Rock Golf Club on the south side of Circle C Ranch, or at one of the City of Austin's courses (Jimmy Clay or Roy Kizer).
Maple Run Taxes & Utilities
There is no mandatory HOA membership in Maple Run. The City of Austin provides water, sewer, trash pick-up and electrical services for the subdivision.
Property tax rates in Maple Run are typical of South Austin subdivisions which are served by the Austin ISD, the City of Austin, and Travis County. In 2016 the total rate was around $2.23/$100 of assessed property value.
Public Schools for Students Living in Maple Run 78749
The Maple Run subdivision is located within the boundaries of the Austin Independent School District. Before you purchase a home in Maple Run, you should verify current schools with the Austin ISD. School attendance boundaries are sometimes redrawn.