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Parkside at Slaughter Creek Subdivision ♦ South Austin Location

  • Zip Code: Austin, TX 78747
  • Austin MLS Area: SC (Austin South Central)
  • Neighborhood Location: The Parkside at Slaughter Creek subdivision is located in South Austin on the east side of IH-35, across from the Southpark Meadows retail center. The main entrance to Parkside is the IH-35 feeder and National Park Blvd. A secondary entrance is located on the north side of the neighborhood at Anahuac Trail and Brand Road.
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Homes for Sale ♦ Parkside at Slaughter Creek ♦ South Austin

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Parkside at Slaughter Creek ♦ Real Estate Market Update ♦ 2011-2016

The table that follows provides an overview of the recent history of home sales in the Parkside at Slaughter Creek, and of real estate activity in the neighborhood for the past 6 years. 

 PARKSIDE AT SLAUGHTER CREEK ♦ Real Estate Market Data ♦ 2011-2016

Year

# of Homes Sold

Median Sales Price

Avg. Sales Price

Sales PriceRange

Avg. Days on Mkt.

Age of Homes Sold

Sq. Ft. of Homes Sold

2011 22 $184,150 $182,589 $146,500-$229,000 72 2003-2007 1,605-2,958
2012 26 $189,275 $189,812 $165,000-$244,500 42 2004-2007 1,708-2,686
2013 30 $214,000 $211,965 $165,000-$260,000 17 2004-2008 1,609-3,096
2014 24 $238,750 $234,013 $174,900-$265,000 22 2004-2007 1,609-3,114
2015 22 $252,000 $255,264 $225,000-$295,000 27 2003-2007 1,609-2,601
2016 25 $272,000 $274,739 $252,000-$311,000 36 2003-2007 1,609-3,096

Parkside at Slaughter Creek Austin real estate market data from Austin Board of Realtors, 1/1/2011 to 12/31/2016.
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Neighborhood Features ♦ Parkside at Slaughter Creek ♦ South Austin

History, Builder and Homes in the Parkside at Slaughter Creek

A view of the Parkside at Slaughter Creek neighborhood.The Parkside at Slaughter Creek community of around 460 homes was developed in the years 2003 through 2007 by Standard Pacific Homes. These homes are packed with features that make them very livable for families. Potential homeowners can find homes that fit a wide variety of budgets. The homes range in size from 1,556 sq. ft. to almost 3,100 sq. ft. Home sales prices in 2015 ranged between $225k and $295k, making Parkside at Slaughter Creek one of the more affordable subdivisions in South Austin.

The streets in the Parkside at Slaughter Creek subdivision have a national parks theme. Beginning with National Parks Blvd., there are streets like Dry Tortugas Trail (a national park in the Florida Keys), Mt. Rainier Drive (a 235,625-acre mountain park in the state of Washington), and Anahuac Trail (the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge between Houston and Beaumont, Texas), for example. You can learn a lot about USA parks by studying the street names of Parkside at Slaughter Creek.

Shopping, Entertainment and Other Area Attractions

The development of Southpark Meadows retail center ran essentially parallel to the development of the Parkside at Slaughter Creek subdivision. Southpark Meadows is a large, modern and still-growing retail development just across IH-35 from the neighborhood. With a Super Wal-Mart, Target, Marshalls, Sports Authority, J.C. Penney’s, restaurants, theater, furniture stores and so much more, Parkside residents do not have to travel far to shop, eat or be entertained! The neighborhood is also just a few miles from Cabela's in Buda and other shopping centers in Kyle, Buda and South Austin.

Neighborhood Parks and Trails

The playground in Parkside at Slaughter Creek's Lauren Park.Parkside at Slaughter Creek features several community parks (Big Thicket, Lauren & Jacob Parks), each of which has a nice gazebo. All of these parks are interconnected by walking and hiking trails that run through the greenbelt areas that surround the south and east sides of the neighborhood. Lauren Park has a playscape, swings and other play equipment for neighborhood children. It's a great place to take the children for an outing!

The Parkside at Slaughter Creek Homeowner’s Association (HOA)

Membership in the Parkside at Slaughter Creek Homeowner’s Association (HOA) is required. The HOA maintains a very nice website with neighborhood information and events, newsletters, community documents, photos and more.

Property taxes in 2016 were around $2.23/$100 of property value.

Parkside at Slaughter Creek ♦ Public Schools for Students

Students living in the Parkside at Slaughter Creek subdivision attend schools of the Austin Independent School District. It is always wise to verify current schools with AISD since they can change from year to year.


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