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Meridian at Circle C Subdivision ♦ Location
Homes for Sale ♦ Meridian at Circle C Ranch ♦ Southwest Austin
The home search that follows displays the current MLS listings of homes for sale in the Meridian at Circle C Ranch subdivision in Southwest Austin. If you find a home that interests you, or want a NO Pressure Tour of Meridian Homes, call Jim at 512.913.1557.
Meridian at Circle C Ranch ♦ Real Estate Market ♦ 2011-2016
The development plan for Meridian includes around 800 homesites and homes of various sizes. Subdivision sales began in 2006. The data in the following table gives a good picture of recent market and home sales activity in the Meridian at Circle C subdivision.
MERIDIAN AT CIRCLE C RANCH ♦ 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
Meridian Austin real estate market data from the Austin Board of Realtors, 1/1/2011 - 12/31/2016.
Meridian Neighborhood Builders, Amenities and Features
Meridian Subdivision ♦ Homes ♦ Builders
New home sales in Meridian were completed in 2015 with the sales of the final homes built by David Weekley Homes. Other Meridian homes were built by Standard Pacific, Meritage, Wilshire, Scott Felder and Newmark Homes.
An occasional custom home is built in the estates section of Meridian.
In the resale market, Meridian homebuyers can choose from many options: single- and two-story homes with sizes that size from nearly 1,900 SF to over 5,000 SF, and lot sizes from 55' to 100' wide. The most expensive Meridian homes are located in the estate section of the neighborhood, and are built on 100-foot wide lots.
Meridian ♦ Neighborhood Amenities & Features
Meridian residents enjoy a neighborhood amenity center featuring an owners-and-guests-only swimming pool, playscape for children, and pavilion for picnics. The neighborhood has many beautiful trees and much green space.
The neighborhood is close enough to Austin to make access relatively quick and easy, yet is far enough away to maintain a hill-country feel. Many shopping, entertainment and dining opportunities, including those at Escarpment Village in Circle C Ranch and The Shops at Arbor Trails located at Mopac and William Cannon, are close to Meridian. The new Southpark Meadows development at W. Slaughter Lane and I-35 is also a “go-to” place.
Meridian residents can enjoy the outdoors in several nearby places: Grey Rock (formerly Circle C) Golf Club, the Veloway (rollerblading and bicycling), the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, and the Metro (Circle C) and Dick Nichols parks.
Meridian ♦ Taxes and HOA
Taxes in Meridian are relatively low compared to other areas in Austin, especially those that have Municipal Utility Districts providing utility services. 2015 tax rates totaled $2.30 per $100 of property value. Taxing authorities include Travis County, AISD, the City of Austin and Austin Community College.
Membership in the Meridian Homeowners Association is mandatory.
Meridian at Circle C Subdivision ♦ Public Schools for Students
Children of Meridian subdivision homeowners learn the 3 Rs in schools operated by the Austin Independent School District. Prospective buyers always need to verify with the Austin ISD where their children will attend school, since schools change from time to time.