Located in Travis County, Lamplight Village is a large, established neighborhood in north central Austin. Positioned between Scofield Ridge Parkway to the north, Mopa to the west, Metric Boulevard to the east, and West Parmer Lane to the south, Lamplight Village is in the Central time zone and uses the 78727 zip code.
Situated 11 miles from the University of Texas at Austin, 13 miles from downtown Austin, and 23 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, it’s only a mile toSt. David's North Austin Medical Center and three miles to the Capital MetroRail’s Howard Lane station. Homes for sale in Lamplight Village are priced from $230K to$275K.
Close to major employers like IBM and Apple, Lamplight Village real estate consists of single-family, one-story and two-story houses with ranch-style, bungalow-style, and traditional-style architectural design. Lamplight Village listings usually have stone, brick, and stucco exteriors. Some Lamplight Village homes for sale have recent upgrades such as stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, and covered verandas.
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Built in the 1970s and 1980s, Lamplight Village real estate features charming homes framed by tall trees. Lamplight Village listings usually have three to four bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, galley-style kitchens, attached two-car garages, and private, fenced back yards.
Just 13 miles northeast of downtown Austin, Lamplight Village listings range in size from 1,000 square feet to 2,000 square feet, averaging 1,303 square feet, at an average $200 per square foot, and an average price of $260K. Lamplight Village real estate is sought after due to its affordable homes in a quiet, established, suburban neighborhood with good schools, close to downtown Austin.
Lamplight Village residents shop at The Shops at Arbor Walk, Northcross Shopping Center, Gateway Shopping Center, The Domain in North Austin, The Arboretum at Great Hills, and Round Rock Premium Outlets. They dine at local restaurants such as Bartlett's, Kiefer's Café, Trudy's, and Chuy's, go ice skating at the Northcross Center, or catch a flick at the Regal Cinemas Gateway 16 and IMAX. A short bus ride or drive away, downtown Austin offers many other retail stores, casual and fine dining, nightly live music, cultural events, and frequent festivals.
A mile away, the Scofield Farms Neighborhood Park has volleyball courts, sports fields, picnic areas, and walking, jogging, and cycling trails. Also a mile away, 293-acre Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park provides swimming pools, basketball and volleyball courts, sports fields, playgrounds, barbeque pits, picnic areas, and scenic walking, jogging, and cycling trails.
The Beverly Sheffield Northwest District Park, set along Shoal Creek, provides three swimming pools, two fishing piers, tennis and basketball courts, sports fields, playground, barbeque pits, picnic areas, and walking, jogging, and cycling trails. Quail Creek Park offers a walking, jogging, and cycling trail, volleyball court, barbeque pits, and playground and picnic areas that are shaded by a large grove of hackberry trees. Lamplight Village homeowners can take in a round of golf at the Valley Oak Golf Club, three miles away from Lamplight Village homes for sale, or Great Hills Country Club, seven miles away.
Children who live in the Lamplight Village neighborhood attend public schools of the acclaimed Pflugerville Independent School District (ISD) including Parmer Lane Elementary School, Westview Middle School, within walking distance of Lamplight Village homes for sale, and John B. Connally High School. Nearby private schools include Paragon Prep, Stepping Stone School, Bright Horizons Family Center at Braker Lane, St. Francis Catholic School, Brentwood Christian School, and GriffinSchool. Lamplight Village residents can also take advantage of higher-learning institutions such as the University of Texas at Austin, Concordia University Texas, and Austin Community College, Northridge.
Lamplight Village listings offer prospective homeowners the opportunity to own an affordable home, in a quiet, established, suburban neighborhood with good schools, close to downtown Austin.
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