Homes for Sale ♦ Stablewood at Slaughter Creek
The home search that follows displays the Active listings of homes for sale in the Stablewood at Slaughter Creek subdivision. If you'd like to seee a home in this neighborhood, call Jim at 512.913.1557.
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Stablewood at Slaughter Creek South Austin ♦ Location
Stablewood at Slaughter Creek ♦ Real Estate Market ♦ 2011-2018
This table is designed to give you an overview of the recent history of home sales in the Stablewood at Slaughter Creek, and of real estate activity in the neighborhood over the past 8 years.
STABLEWOOD AT SLAUGHTER CREEK ♦ Neighborhood Market Data ♦ 2011-2018
# of Homes Sold
Median Sales Price
Avg. Sales Price
Avg. Days on Mkt.
Age of Homes Sold
Sq. Ft. of Homes Sold
Stablewood at Slaughter Creek real estate market data from Austin Board of Realtors, 1/1/2011 - 12/31/2018.
Stablewood at Slaughter Creek ♦ Neighborhood Homes & Features
History, Builder and Homes ♦ Stablewood at Slaughter Creek
The Stablewood at Slaughter Creek community was developed in the years 2000 through 2004 by Pulte Homes. Homes in this neighborhood are quite nice. The homes sold over the past 5 years ranged in size from 1,540 sq. ft. to 3,313 sq. ft., with prices ranging in 2015 from $230,000 to $367,000.
Stablewood at Slaughter Creek ♦ Community Features ♦ HOA ♦ Taxes
When the Stablewood at Slaughter Creek subdivision was developed, good shopping that was close to home was likely a dream for residents of this neighborhood. How that has changed! The Southpark Meadows shopping development is a couple of miles away. This center "has it all": Super Wal-Mart, Target, Marshalls, Sports Authority, J.C. Penneys, restaurants, theater, furniture stores and so much more! It is not far to other shopping from this neighborhood, including Cabela's in Buda.
Stablewood at Slaughter Creek features a very nice community center with residents-only swimming pool, playscape for children and covered pavilion. It's a great place to escape to in the good ol' summer time!
The streets in the Stablewood at Slaughter Creek neighborhood have a horse racing flavor. For example, Mint Julep is the traditional drink at the Kentucky Derby. Sea Hero and Real Quiet were champion thoroughbreds. Enter the neighborhood on Racetrack Drive, or live on Jockey Bluff Dr., Turf Cove or Trophy Pass. The sign at the entry says, "Knolls of Slaughter Creek." You get the picture by now!
The neighborhood is located on the southern edge of the Mary Moore Searight Metro Park. Owned and operated by the City of Austin, this 344.8 acre park on Slaughter Creek includes among its features two trails (hike and bike, horse), a playground, picnic pavilion and tables, basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, 18-hole disc golf course, soccer and softball fields, and a fishing pier (useful when there is water in the creek!). The park is a good place for family outings, enjoying nature, and playing Frisbee (disc) golf. The entry to the park is at 907 W. Slaughter Lane, near South 1st Street.
Membership in the homeowners' asssociation (HOA) is mandatory. Tax rates for homeowners were $2.23/$100 of property value in the year 2016.
Public Schools ♦ Stablewood at Slaughter Creek ♦ South Austin
Students living in this neighborhood learn the 3 R's at the following schools of the Austin Independent School District. Before buying a home in Stablewood at Slaughter Creek, it is wise to verify the currently assigned schools with Austin ISD since they can change from year to year.