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Rancho Alto Subdivision ♦ South Austin Homes Real Estate

Homes for Sale ♦ Rancho Alto ♦ South Austin

This home search allows you to browse the current MLS listings of homes for sale in the Rancho Alto subdivision. If you want further information on a specific home, call Jim at 512.913.1557.

Nearby Featured Heart of Austin Homes NeighborhoodsRancho Alto entrance sign at Frate Barker Road.

Bauerle RanchBridges at Bear CreekBrodie Springs Estates of Bauerle RanchGabardine Cottages and Gabardine Gardens HillcrestHollow at Slaughter CreekLynnbrookMeadows at Double CreekMorningsideOlympic HeightsRavenscroft ♦ Rancho Alto ♦ Reserve at LynnbrookReserve at Slaughter CreekSage MeadowShady Hollow Smithfield Townhomes South GroveSouthland OaksSweetwater GlenWest Oak ♦ More South-Southwest Austin Neighborhoods, w/interactive map ♦


Rancho Alto Subdivision ♦ South Austin Locaton

  • Zip Code: Austin, TX 78748
  • Austin MLS Area: SWE
  • Location: The Rancho Alto subdivision is located in South Austin a couple of miles south of W. Slaughter Lane on Frate Barker Road. Access to the subdivision is from Brodie Lane or from Manchaca Road via Frate Barker. Residents can also enter via a back way from FM 1626 at Rancho Alto Road. The neighborhood is located on the south side of Frate Barker across the road from the Olympic Heights subdivision.
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Rancho Alto Subdivision ♦ Real Estate Market Activity ♦ 2011-2019

The data below, updated yearly, shows Rancho Alto real estate market activity over the past several years. 


Rancho Alto Austin -- Real Estate Market Data 2011-2019


# 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

2011 13 $165,000 $177,905 $131,390-$238,000 63 2006-2010 1,272-2,798
2012 37 $181,000 $189,909 $152,100-$229,000 41 2006-2010 1,272-2,824
2013 47 $215,000 $213,644 $171,000-$254,900 27 2006-2010 1,268-2,824
2014 40 $227,000 $230,878 $192,000-$280,000 18 2006-2010 1,321-2,846
2015 43 $245,000 $244,804 $214,900-$285,000 14 2006-2010 1,272-2,824
2016 35 $263,000 $266,417 $239,000-$292,500 16 2006-2010 1,366-2,572
2017 19 $274,000 $280,737 $228,000-$368,000 16 2006-2010 1,349-2,824
2018 25 $296,900 $295,841 $260,990-$325,000 23 2006-2010 1,393-2,838
2019 28 $295,000 $291,053 $265,000-$311,000 17 2006-2010 1,272-2,569

Ranch Alto Subdivision real estate market data from the Austin Board of Realtors, 1/1/2011 - 12/31/2019. 
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Features ♦ Rancho Alto Austin Subdivision

Rancho Alto Austin ♦ Home Builders, Home & Plans

D.R. Horton Homes and Meritage (Legacy) Homes began selling homes in Rancho Alto in the year 2006. In May 2011, the construction of approximately 407 single-family, 1– and 2-story homes homes was completed. There are around 20 different floor plans that provide family living space from just above 1,250 sq. ft. to over 2,800 sq. ft. These homes have many great features including, r-38 insulation, granite kitchen countertops (most homes), cultured marble bathroom countertops, and tile floors in wet areas.


Rancho Alto Austin ♦ Community Features


Affordability: Rancho Alto has been one of the best-selling neighborhoods in this area. Why? It fits the budgets of people who want to live in South Austin, but cannot afford homes in other communities like Shady Hollow or Bauerle Ranch. Tax rates for Ranch Alto residents are typical of most neighborhoods that are located in the City of Austin.


Rancho Alto is a pretty neighborhood. Some homes in the newest section have a Hill Country view. The neighborhood has only a small community park on O'Callahan Drive. The park features a playscape and swing set for children and a picnic table for family outings. 


The neighborhood is near schools and plenty of shopping, including the new Southpark Meadows shopping and residential development at W. Slaughter Lane and I-35 in South Austin. Other close-by shopping includes Shady Hollow Village and Tanglewood Village, both on W. Slaughter Lane.


There are a number of public parks in the area, including the 340-acre Mary Moore Searight Metro Park. This park, located on the south side of W. Slaughter Lane, has plenty of features including disc golf, picnic facilities and others

Golf courses in the area of Ravenscroft townhomes include the Plum Creek Golf Club in Kyle, the Grey Rock Golf Club (in Circle C Ranch and owned by the City of Austin), and the City of Austin's Jimmy Clay and Roy Kizer courses.


Utility Providers ♦ Rancho Alto Neighborhood

Rancho Alto utilities are furnished by the following providers:

  • Electricity (Pedernales Electric)
  • Water, Sewer and Trash (City of Austin)
  • Natural Gas (Texas Gas Service)
  • Telephone (AT&T)
  • Cable (Time Warner).

Public Schools ♦ Rancho Alto Students 

Students living in the Ranch Alto subdivision attend nearby schools operated by the Austin Independent School District.

Be sure to check with the Austin ISD to verify current school assignments for the Rancho Alto subdivision.

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