Located in Williamson County, northeast of Austin, Cimarron is a quiet, suburban neighborhood in western Round Rock, off McNeil Road, between Blanchard Drive and Creekview Drive to the north, Quanah Drive to the west, Deepwood Drive and Round Rock West Greenbelt to the east, and McNeil Road to the south. Cimarron is in the Central time zone and uses the 78681 zip code. Situated 19 miles from downtown Austin, 17 miles from the University of Texas, and 26 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, it’s only two miles from Five Star ER and four miles from St. David's Urgent Care. Homes for sale in Cimarron are priced from $240K to $345K.
Close to major employers like Dell, Samsung, IBM, Yodle, and the American Cancer Society, Cimarron real estate consists of single-family, one-story houses and two-story houses with traditional-style architectural design on larger lots, from a quarter of an acre to over half an acre. Located in one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Round Rock, Cimarron listings typically have stone and brick exteriors, lush lawns, and tall trees, and some also have swimming pools and lovely outdoor living areas.
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Built from the 1970s to the 1980s, Cimarron real estate features various floor plans, energy-efficient features, two-car garages, and spacious backyards with many, tall trees. Cimarron listings usually have three to five bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, granite countertops, vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, brick fireplaces, and patios. Many Cimarron homes for sale have been recently updated while others need renovation, which presents a great investment opportunity for savvy buyers.
Just three miles northeast of downtown Round Rock, Cimarron homes for sale range in size from 1,648 square feet to 3,100 square feet, for an average size of 2,379 square feet, at an average $136 per square foot, and an average price of $268K. Cimarron real estate is sought after due to its affordable homes on larger lots in a quiet, suburban neighborhood, within driving distance to Round Rock, Georgetown, and downtown Austin.
Cimarron residents can take advantage of the walking, jogging, and cycling trail through the Round Rock West Greenbelt bordering the eastern side of the Cimarron neighborhood. They can participate in the Greater Round Rock West NeighborhoodAssociation, which plans community events year-round to bring residents of Round Rock West neighborhoods together.
Residents usually shop at Pecan Street retailers, Sprouts Farmer's Market, La Frontera Shopping Center, H-E-B Plus, IKEA, the Stone Hill Town Center, Round Rock Premium Outlets, and the Domain in North Austin. They dine at local restaurants such as Morelia Mexican Grill, Nurnberg Brauhaus, Hakata, Rio Grande TexMex, and Taste of Ethiopia or catch a flick at Flix Brewhouse or the Cinemark Movie Theatre. A short drive away, downtown Round Rock, Georgetown, and Austin offer many other retail stores, casual and fine dining, nightly live music, cultural events, and frequent festivals.
Nearby, Creekmont West Park has walking, jogging, and cycling trails. Southwest Williamson County Regional Park offers wooded hiking and biking trails, tennis courts, soccer, softball, and baseball fields, and picnic areas. Cimarron residents can attend baseball games at the Dell Diamond in Round Rock. Hutto Lake offers walking and jogging trails. Geneva's Park provides a basketball court, playground, and picnic areas. Gilleland Creek Pool offers a swimming pool and play area.
The 645-acre Old Settler's Park provides tennis courts, sports fields, disc golf, and walking and hiking trails. Heritage Park offers a swimming pool, spray park, and sports courts. Lake Pflugerville provides hiking and biking trails, fishing pier, swimming, windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing, and picnic areas. Pfluger Park offers a swimming pool, hiking and biking trail, and shaded playground. Cimarron residents can take in a round of golf at the Forest Creek Golf Club in Round Rock, ten miles away, named one of the best public courses in central Texas by Golf Digest.
Children who live in the Cimarron neighborhood attend public schools of the Round Rock Independent School District, recognized by the Texas Education Agency for its students’ college readiness preparation. Public schools include Deep Wood Elementary School, Chisholm Trail Middle School, and Round Rock High School, all three schools located within the Cimarron neighborhood. Nearby private schools include Round Rock Christian Academy, Challenger School – Round Rock, and Concordia High School. Cimarron residents can also take advantage of higher-learning institutions such as the University of Texas at Austin and Austin Community College, Northridge.
Cimarron listings offer prospective homeowners the opportunity to own an affordable home, in a quiet, suburban neighborhood, within driving distance to Round Rock, Georgetown, and downtown Austin.
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