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Smithfield Townhomes South Austin

Townhomes for Sale ♦ Smithfield ♦ South Austin

The townhomes currently for sale (Active listings) in the Smithfield community follow below. For more information or a tour of Smithfield Townhomes, call Jim at 512.913.1557.

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Smithfield Townhome Subdivision South Austin ♦ Location

  • Zip Code: Austin, TX 78748
  • Austin MLS AreaSWE: Austin Southwest-East
  • Neighborhood Location: Drive south on Manchaca Rd. from W. Slaughter Ln. in South Austin. The temporary home sales office is on the right just before Frate Barker Rd.
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  • Click link to see featured neighborhoods Southwest Austin (West of Brodie Ln) or Southeast Austin (East of IH-35), with an interactive Google map.

Smithfield South Austin ♦ Real Estate Market Report ♦ 2017-2019

The real estate market information in the table below is updated annually.  


Smithfield Townhomes South Austin ♦ Real Estate Market Data ♦ 2017-2019


# 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

2017 16 $250,543 $254,229 $235,000-$281,093 173 2016-2017 1,282-1,736
2018 3 $264,429 $271,196 $264,158-$285,000 67 2017-2018 1,594-1,736
2019 4 $272,537 $273,171 $268,610-$279,000 105 2018-2019 1,329-1,736

Smithfield real estate market data from the Austin Board of Realtors, 1/1/2017 - 12/31/2019.

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Smithfield Austin ♦ Builder, Townhomes, Neighborhood Features

Smithfield Subdivision ♦ Townhomes & Features

Builder Representation of the townhomes to be built in Smithfield 78748The neighborhood is a project of Milestone Community Builders. Other Milestone projects in South Austin include these: Ravenscroft Townhomes, Stinson Oaks, Southpark Meadows, Southbridge Villas and Searight Village.

Smithfield Townhomes have either 3 or 4 single-family residences per building, and are designed for owners seeking new construction packaged in a thoughtful, modern and energy-efficient plan. Owners are freed from maintaining the exterior yard and building since these are the responsibility of the HOA. Townhome sales began in May 2016 and are progressing nicely.

The original section of the development is complete, and in February 2020, the new section across the road is in progress. Milestone offers four new townhome floorplans, each with a famous literary or musical name: Bronte, Hemingway, Longfellow, and Shakespeare. All of the plans include a single-car garage. Additional common-area parking spaces are available.

The layouts offer from 1,282 to 1,736 sq. ft., with either 2 or 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Base prices for these units begin at $249,900 in February 2020.  

The standard features include energy efficient windows and insulation, rounded sheetrock corners, and satin nickel doorknobs and light fixtures. Many other options are available to townhome purchasers who want to add a personalized touch to their townhomes.

Smithfield ♦ Shopping and Recreation Options

Shopping options for Smithfield residents include these along W. Slaughter Lane in South Austin: Tanglewood Village at Manchaca Rd., the Southpark Meadows development at IH-35, the Shady Hollow Village at Brodie Lane, and Escarpment Village in Circle C Ranch. Many other options are available along IH-35 to the north and south (Buda, Kyle, San Marcos), along MOPAC and along Brodie Lane (Sunset Valley area).

Public parks in the area include the Mary Moore Searight Metro Park. This park, with its 340+ acres of parkland on the south side of W. Slaughter Lane, has a variety of features that appeal to families, disc golfers, and others who want to just get out in nature for awhile

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

Smithfield Townhomes ♦ Taxes, HOA & Utilities

Owners of Smithfield townhomes must be members of the Smithfield HOA. Fees are used to take care of the subdivision common areas, including yard and building upkeep.

The key providers of utilities for residents of the Smithfield community are the City of Austin (electricity, water, sewer, waste) and Texas Gas Service (natural gas). Townhome owners have options for cable, internet and phone services.

Tax rates typically change from year to year. Taxes are assessed by the Austin ISD, City of Austin, Travis County and other entities.

Public Schools for Students Living in Smithfield

Students living in Smithfield attend schools of the Austin Independent School District. If you are considering a townhome purchase in the Smithfield community, please confirm the currently assigned schools with AISD. School attendance lines are sometimes redrawn.

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Jim Gilbert, e-Pro®, REALTOR®
Austin, Texas Real Estate Agent
Licensed by the Texas Real Estate Commission (#0536692) to sell Homes & Real Estate in Texas


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