Homes for Sale ♦ Shady Hollow Austin ♦ Shady Hollow West ♦ Estates of Shady Hollow
The home search that follows includes Active and Pending homes for sale in the three Shady Hollow neighborhoods. If you find a home that interests you or want a NO Pressure appointment to view homes for sale in Shady Hollow, call Jim at 512.913.1557.
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Shady Hollow Subdivision ♦ Location ♦ South Austin
Shady Hollow Austin ♦ Real Estate Market Report ♦ 2011-2017
The sales data in the table below give an overview of real estate activity in Shady Hollow for the past seven years. For market information on other neighborhoods in the Shady Hollow area, including the Estates of Shady Hollow, follow the neighborhood links at the top of the page.
SHADY HOLLOW AUSTIN ♦ Real Estate Market Data ♦ 2011-2017
# of Homes Sold
Median Sales Price
Avg. Sales Price
Avg. Days on Mkt.
Age of Homes Sold
Sq. Ft. of Homes Sold
Shady Hollow area real estate market data from the Austin Board of Realtors, 1/1/2011-12/31/2017.
Shady Hollow Austin ♦ Features of Shady Hollow Neighborhoods
Shady Hollow literally is comprised of the original Shady Hollow, the newer Shady Hollow West, and the Estates of Shady Hollow. In practice, some other neighborhoods in this area identify themselves with Shady Hollow, making the area a collection of the neighborhoods listed below. Shady Hollow, like Circle C Ranch, is a popular area for living in South/Southwest Austin.
The first homes in Shady Hollow were built in 1972. The Shady Hollow West section was completed in 2002.
The Shady Hollow subdivision is unincorporated (not in the Austin city limits, though the Cityof Austin plans to annex Shady Hollow in 2020). For homeowners, this means a lower tax bill than in some nearby subdivisions.
Shady Hollow, especially the older areas, has many trees. A number of sections offer larger homesites.
There are three community amenity centers: the Shady Hollow Community Center (building for meetings and fellowships, tennis and basketball courts), Capistrano Park (swimming pool, playscape, tennis and basketball courts, picnic areas), and Gatling Gun Park (small neighborhood park). The neighborhood also features some nice walking trails.
I-35 and Mopac (Loop 1) are accessed via Brodie and W. Slaughter. The commute to downtown Austin is short, but sometimes crowded. Shady Hollow is near a number of major shopping centers and eating places, including Shady Hollow Village on Brodie Lane north of the neighborhood, Southpark Meadows at W. Slaughter and I-35, and the new Shops at Arbor Trails (Costco) center at William Cannon and Mopac.
Shady Hollow and Shady Hollow West
Shady Hollow West, the newest section of Shady Hollow, has homes that were built in the early 2000’s. The neighborhood has an active HOA, the Shady Hollow Home Owners Association. This part of the larger neighborhood has a municipal utility district (MUD).
The Estates of Shady Hollow
Homes in the Shady Hollow Estates are built on lots at least one acre in size. A number of the streets have “Hollow” in their names. The Estates of Shady Hollow is made up of about 235 homes and is located on the west side of Brodie Lane. Follow the link at the top of the page to see homes for sale in the Estates of Shady Hollow.
Neighborhoods Associated with Shady Hollow
The following neighborhoods are located near Shady Hollow and are commonly associated with it. Some have the name Shady Hollow in their common name. For more information on these subdivisions, click a link at the top of the page
Southland Oaks at Shady Hollow
The Southland Oaks neighborhood is located on the south side of Shady Hollow, and is also referred to as the Villages of Shady Hollow. Residents of the Southland Oaks subdivision are served by the Villages at Shady Hollow community center pool, playscape, picnic area). Click on the link to visit the HOA (Southland Oaks neighborhoods) website.
Barker Ranch at Shady Hollow
Barker Ranch is also associated by name with Shady Hollow. Homes in Barker Ranch are built on lots a third of an acre and larger. There is a Barker Ranch neighborhood website.
The Estates of Bauerle Ranch
This D.R. Horton neighborhood, located on the east side of Shady Hollow, is finished and is actually part of the Bauerle Ranch development. It is also sometimes called Shady Hollow at Bauerle Estates. Homeowners in the Estates of Bauerle Ranch share the community center located at Bauerle Ranch.
The Estates at Southland Oaks
This small subdivision, not part of Shady Hollow, is located on the west side of Brodie Lane. Homes are built on lots approximately 1 acre in size. It was developed as part of Southland Oaks neighborhood.
Shady Hollow Austin ♦ Public Schools for Students
Students living in Shady Hollow and the associated neighborhoods attend schools operated by the Austin Independent School District. Parents and prospective homeowners should verify the current Schools with AISD since school boundaries occasionally change.