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INDIAN OAKS REAL ESTATE

Just Listed

7202 S Ute TRL

Austin, TX  78729

$395,000

4 BR2.5 BA1,989 SQFT0.22 ACRE
MLS# 2827264
Kuper Sotheby's Itl Rlty

Homes for Sale in Indian Oaks, TX 


Located in Williamson County, Indian Oaks is a small, lovely neighborhood in northwest Austin, off Blackfoot Trail. Positioned between North Ute Trail to the north, Wittmer Drive and Highway 183 to the west, Dakota Lane and West Parmer Lane to the east, and McNeil Drive to the south, Indian Oaks is in the Central time zone and uses the 78729 zip code.

Situated 14 miles from the University of Texas at Austin, 16 miles from downtown Austin, and 22 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, it’s only three miles to Austin Emergency Center and five miles to MedSpring Urgent Care, U.S. Healthworks Medical Group, and Seton Northwest Hospital. Homes for sale in Indian Oaks are priced from the $100Ks to the $200Ks.

Across the street from a research park that includes high-tech employers Flextronics and Cisco, Indian Oaks real estate consists of around 100 single-family, one-story and two-story houses with ranch-style and traditional-style architectural designs. Indian Oaks listings usually have stone brick, and stucco exteriors, along streets named to honor Native American tribes such as Dakota Lane, Hupa Circle, Arrowhead Pass, and Blackfoot Trail.

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Discover Indian Oaks Real Estate

Built in the 1970s to 1990s, Indian Oaks real estate is close to the street, shaded by tall, arching oak trees. Indian Oaks listings usually have three to four bedrooms, three bathrooms, formal dining areas, family rooms with fireplaces, kitchens with breakfast bars, vaulted ceilings, and large, fenced yards. Some Indian Oaks homes for sale have been renovated recently with trendy home designs, swimming pool additions, and outdoor living areas.

Just 16 miles northwest of downtown Austin, Indian Oaks listings range in size from 1,300 square feet to 1,900 square feet, averaging 2,400 square feet in size. Indian Oaks real estate is sought after due to its affordable homes in a lovely neighborhood, within commuting distance to downtown Austin.

Amenities Near Indian Oaks, TX

Indian Oaks homeowners like to shop at Lakeline Mall, The Arboretum at Great Hills, and the Domain in North Austin, dine at local restaurants such as Tarka Indian Kitchen or catch a flick at the Regal Cinemas Arbor 8 at Great Hills. A short drive away, downtown Austin offers many other retail stores, casual and fine dining, nightly live music, cultural events, and frequent festivals.

Less than half a mile from most Indian Oaks homes for sale, Rattan Creek Park offers tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts, covered pavilions, and a swimming pool. Quarry Lake allows fishing, kayaking, stand-up paddle-boarding, and hiking. The 12-acre Springwoods Park provides tennis and volleyball courts, sports fields, pavilions, gazebo, playgrounds, picnic areas, and walking, jogging, and cycling trails. Indian Oaks homeowners can take in a round of golf at the Avery Ranch Golf Club, five miles away.

Children who live in the Indian Oaks neighborhood attend public schools of the exemplary Round Rock Independent School District including Jollyville Elementary School, Deerpark Middle School, and McNeil High School, only a mile away from Indian Oaks homes for sale. Nearby private schools include Challenger School - Pond Springs, Stepping Stone School – McNeil, Holy Family Catholic School, and Hill Country Christian School. Indian Oaks residents can also take advantage of higher-learning institutions such as the University of Texas at Austin, Texas State University in Round Rock, and Austin Community College, Cypress Creek.

Indian Oaks listings offer prospective homeowners the opportunity to own an affordable home, in a lovely neighborhood, within commuting distance to downtown Austin.

Community Resources in Indian Oaks

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

Urgent Care:

- Austin Emergency Center - Anderson Mill – 13435 US-183, Suite 311, Austin, TX 78750 – (512) 614-1200 (3 miles away)

- MedSpring Urgent Care - Anderson Mill – 11521 Ranch Road 620 North, Suite 100, Austin, TX 78726 – (512) 402-6830 (5 miles away)

- Seton Northwest Hospital – 11113 Research Blvd, Austin, TX 78759 – (512) 324-6000 (5 miles away)

- U.S. Healthworks Medical Group – US-183, Austin, TX 78750 – (512) 250-0424 (5 miles away)

Utilities:

- 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

- Internet:

   - 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

- Telephone:

   - 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

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