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Olympic Heights Subdivision ♦ South Austin ♦ Location
Homes for Sale ♦ Olympic Heights Subdivision Austin
The home search below will allow you to browse the Active & Pending MLS listings of homes for sale in South Austin's Olympic Heights subdivision. Call Jim at 512.913.1557. if you have a question or want a NO Pressure tour of Olympic Heights Homes.
Real Estate Market Activity ♦ Olympic Heights ♦ 2011-2016
Homes in Olympic Heights are typically smaller and more affordable than they are in some South and Southwest Austin subdivisions. The table below gives a summary of homes sales in Olympic Heights for the past six years.
OLYMPIC HEIGHTS 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
Olympic Heights real estate market data from the Austin Board of Realtors, 1/1/2011 - 12/31/2016.
Olympic Heights Neighborhood Features
- Builder: D. R. Horton – “Olympic Heights is the lowest priced master-planned D.R. Horton community in Southwest Austin with a short commute to downtown Austin and UT.” (from builder marketing)
- Subdivision Features: Olympic Heights has a large neighborhood pool, beautiful landscaping, nature trails, sidewalks and street lamps. The homes in Olympic Heights are a mixture of single- and two-story homes. The 1-story homes are smaller than in most newer Austin neighborhoods. There are also some 2 bedroom homes in Olympic Heights.
- The initial phases of home building in Olympic Heights was completed in 2008. D.R. Horton completed the last phase of new homes in the community (Olympic Heights West) in the summer of 2012. Part of this new section is included in the Austin ISD attendance zone for Bowie High School. The subdivision now has an entrance/exit through the Southland Oaks neighborhood via Brodie Lane and Niemann Dr.
- Olympic Heights streets are named for medal winners in the Olympics (Wilma Rudolph, Mary Lou Retton, Jesse Owens, for example). The streets have roundabouts to slow traffic through the neighborhood and to discourage drivers who might want to cut through the neighborhood. The main entrance is from Manchaca Road on Marcus Abrams Blvd.
- Olympic Heights has convenient access to area schools, parks and shopping centers, including Southpark Meadows, Shady Hollow Village and Tanglewood Village (all three centers are located on W. Slaughter Lane).
- Membership in the Olympic Heights Homeowners Association (HOA) is required. The fees paid to the HOA are used to maintain the subdivision common areas and the Olympic Heights community center.
Olympic Heights South Austin ♦ Public Schools for Students
School-age children living in Olympic Heights go to schools operated by the Austin Independent School District (AISD). Parents and potential homeowners should always check current school assignments for the Olympic Heights subdivision with AISD.