Homes for Sale in Old West Trail, TX 

Located in Hays County, southwest of Austin, Old West Trail is a quiet, suburban neighborhood in east Buda, at Old West Trail, between FM 2001 to the north and east, Old Goforth Road to the west, and Tom Green School Road to the south. Old West Trail is in the Central time zone and uses the 78610 zip code. Situated 17 miles from downtown Austin and the University of Texas at Austin, and 19 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, it’s only six miles from both Austin Regional Clinic and Seton Medical Center Hays. Homes for sale in Old West Trail are priced from $150K to $250K.

Close to major employers such as Seton Medical Center Hays, CMC Commercial Metals, Night Hawk Frozen Foods, and the Hays Consolidated Independent School District, Old West Trail real estate consists of one-story and two-story houses with a traditional-style architectural design. Old West Trail listings typically have stone and brick exteriors, covered patios, and attached garages.

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Built in the 1990s and 2000s, Old West Trail real estate is on generously-sized lots of about three-quarters of an acre, giving residents plenty of space. Old West Trail listings usually have three to four bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, family rooms with fireplaces, and spacious backyards.

Just three miles southeast of downtown Buda, Old West Trail homes for sale range from 1,146 square feet to 2,355 square feet, averaging 1,400 square feet, for an average $161 per square foot, with an average price of $185K. Old West Trail real estate is sought after due to its affordable homes, in a quiet, suburban neighborhood, within commuting distance of downtown Austin.

Amenities Near Old West Trail, TX

Old West Trail residents enjoy Buda’s downtown historic district and seasonal events such as the Wildflower Festival, Movies in the Park, farmer's market, and the First Thursday celebration of the arts. Residents like to shop at downtown Buda retailers, Kyle Crossing Shopping Center, San Marcos Outlet Mall, and Southpark Meadows Shopping Center in South Austin and dine at restaurants such as Salt Lick Bar-B-Que, Chavelos Mexican Restaurant, Logan's Road House, Brooklyn’s Down South, and Summermoon Coffee Bar. Just a few minutes away, downtown Austin offers many other retail stores, casual and fine dining, nightly live music, cultural events, and frequent festivals.

Nearby, Stoneridge Park, down the street from the Old West Trail neighborhood, offers a rock-climbing wall, basketball court, sports field, playground, picnic areas, and walking, jogging, and cycling trails. The seven-acre Buda City Park provides basketball courts, large playground with a rock-climbing wall, pavilions, barbeque pits, and picnic areas as well as hosts community events year-round. The 52-acre Buda Sportsplex offers extensive walking, jogging, and cycling trails, soccer, baseball, and softball fields, recreational fields, large playground, xeriscape, pavilion, and picnic areas.

McKinney Falls State Park has hiking and cycling trails, bouldering, camping, and picnic areas. Historic Stagecoach Park offers walking trails, playground, picnic areas, and amphitheater among giant oak trees. Garlic Creek Park provides basketball courts, playground, pavilion, picnic areas, and hiking and cycling trails. Lake Kyle offers fresh-water fishing. Old West Trail residents can take in a round of golf at the championship 18-hole Plum Creek Golf Course in Kyle, six miles away.

Children who live in the Old West Trail neighborhood attend public schools of the Hays Consolidated Independent School District including Tom Green Elementary School, within walking distance of Old West Trail homes for sale, R.C. Barton Middle School, and Jack C. Hays High School, known for its strong athletics programs. Nearby private schools include Primrose School of Shady Hollow, Stepping Stone School, Austin Christian Academy, Wonderland School, Santa Cruz Catholic School, Hill Country Christian School, and San Marco Academy. Old West Trail residents can also take advantage of higher-learning institutions such as the University of Texas at Austin, Texas State University at San Marcos, and Austin Community College, Rio Grande.

Old West Trail listings offer prospective homeowners the opportunity to own an affordable home, in a quiet, suburban neighborhood, within commuting distance of downtown Austin.

Community Resources in Old West Trail

Animal Control: Buda – (512) 312-1001

Emergency Services – 911

Fire: Buda Fire Department: Station 2 – (512) 312-4157

Police: Buda Police Department (non-emergency) – (512) 312-1001

Sherriff’s Office: Hays County Sherriff (non-emergency) – (512) 393-7800

Urgent Care:

- Austin Regional Clinic – 4100 Everett Street, Suite 400, Kyle, TX 78640 – (512) 295-1333 (6 miles away)

- Central Texas Medical Center – 1301 Wonder World Drive, San Marcos, TX 78666 – (512) 353-8979 (20 miles away)

- Seton Medical Center Hays – 6001 Kyle Parkway, Kyle, TX 78640 – (512) 504-5000 (6 miles away)


- Cable Service:

  - AT&T Uverse – (800) 464-7928

  - Time Warner – (512) 485-5555

- Electricity: Pedernales Electric Cooperative – (888) 554-4732

- Gas: CenterPoint Energy – (800) 427-7142

- Telephone:

  - AT&T – (888) 294-8433

  - MCI Worldcom – (800) 950-5555

  - Time Warner Cable – (800) 892-4357

- Trash & Recycling: Texas Disposal Systems – (800) 375-8375

- Water: City of Buda Utilities – (512) 295-8845

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