Homes for Sale in Coronado Hills, TX
Located in Travis County, in northeast Austin, Coronado Hills is a small, quiet neighborhood in Austin, off Coronado Hills Drive, between Highway 183 to the north and east, Cameron Road and Highway 35 to the west, and Coronado Hills Drive and Highway 290 to the south. Coronado Hills is in the Central time zone and uses the 78752 zip code. Situated five miles from the University of Texas at Austin, six miles from downtown Austin, and 12 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, it’s only two miles to Cross Creek Hospital and five miles to MedSpring Urgent Care. Homes for sale in Coronado Hills are priced from $199Kto $386K.
Close to major employers like Freescale Semiconductor, Coronado Hills real estate consists of single-family, one-story and two-story houses with ranch-style and traditional-style architectural designs. Coronado Hills listings usually have stone brick, and stucco exteriors. Due to its location in the triangle formed by adjacent top thoroughfares, Coronado Hills homes for sale may experience a greater amount of noise and traffic.
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Discover Coronado Hills Real Estate
Built from the 1960s to the 1980s, Coronado Hills real estate offers spacious homes on large lots, with big yards and tall oak trees, along broad, winding streets. Coronado Hills listings usually have three bedrooms and two bathrooms, are well-maintained and have great curb appeal.
Just six miles northeast of downtown Austin, Coronado Hills listings ranges in size from 1,600 square feet to 2,950 square feet, averaging 2,300 square feet in size, at an average $170 per square foot, and an average price of $265K. Coronado Hills real estate is sought after due to its affordable homes in a quiet, family-friendly neighborhood, with easy access to public transportation and close to downtown Austin.
Amenities Near Coronado Hills, TX
Coronado Hills residents like to shop at Highland Mall, Mueller Retail Center, Capital Plaza Shopping Center, and the Domain in North Austin. Residents dine at local restaurants such as Amaya's Taco Village, casual ethnic restaurants, and fast-food chain restaurants, or catch a flick at the Galaxy Highland 10 Theatre. A short drive or bus ride away, downtown Austin offers many other retail stores, casual and fine dining, nightly live music, cultural events, and frequent festivals.
Nearby, Nelson Field is a multi-use stadium used for local high school football and soccer teams. The Dottie Jordan Park and Recreation Center offers a swimming pool, lighted tennis courts, lighted basketball court, playscape, fitness, arts, and crafts programs, and senior community garden. The Little Walnut Creek District Park provides heavily wooded walking, jogging, and cycling trails.
The Buttermilk Branch Greenbelt provides basketball and volleyball courts, sports fields, playgrounds, picnic areas, and a walking, jogging, and cycling trail. Coronado Hills homeowners can take in a round of golf at the Hancock Golf Course, four miles away, Bluebonnet Hill Golf Course, seven miles away, or Shadowglen Golf Club, nine miles away, or perfect their game at the Harvey Penick Golf Campus, four miles away.
Children who live in the Coronado Hills neighborhood attend public schools of the Austin Independent School District including Andrews Elementary School, Webb Middle School, and John H. Reagan High School, within walking distance of the Coronado Hills neighborhood. Nearby private schools include Austin Junior Academy, The Wesley School and Daycare, Brentwood Christian School, The Joule School, and St. Francis School. Coronado Hills residents can also take advantage of higher-learning institutions such as the University of Texas at Austin, Concordia University Texas, and Austin Community College, Highland Business Center.
Coronado Hills listings offer prospective homeowners the opportunity to own an affordable home, in a quiet, family-friendly neighborhood, with easy access to public transportation and close to downtown Austin.
Community Resources in Coronado Hills
Animal Control – 311, (512) 978-0500
Emergency Services – 911
Fire: Austin Fire Department Station (non-emergency) – (512) 974-0130
Police: Austin (non-emergency) – (512) 974-5000
Texas Highway Patrol: Austin (non-emergency) – (512) 997-4102
- Austin Emergency Center - Far West – 3563 Far West Boulevard, Suite 110, Austin, TX 78731 – (512) 481-2321
- Cross Creek Hospital – 8402 Cross Park Drive, Austin, TX 78754 – (512) 549-8021
- MedSpring Urgent Care – 7212 Burnet Road, Austin, TX 78757 – (512) 867-6299
- Rediclinic – 500 W Canyon Ridge Drive, Austin, TX 78753 – (512) 836-9000
- WellMed at St. John's – 6406 I-35 #2600, Austin, TX 78752 – (512) 465-4800
- Cable/Satellite Service:
- DirecTV – (800) 543-1549
- DISH Network – (512) 870-8221
- Grande Communications – (512) 220-4600
- Time Warner Cable – (512) 485-5555
- Electricity: Austin Energy: City of Austin – (512) 494-9400
- Power outages – (512) 322-9100
- AT&T Internet/DirectTV – (855) 293-7676
- AT&T U-verse – (844) 723-0252
- Cox Communications – (866) 298-1514
- DISH Network – (512) 870-8221
- Natural Gas: Texas Gas Service – (800) 700-2443
- Solar: Texas Solar Power Company – (512) 459-9494
- AT&T – (888) 294-8433
- MCI Worldcom – (800) 950-5555
- Trash & Recycling: Austin Resource Recovery – 311, (512) 494-9400
- Water: Austin Water Utility – (512) 972-0101