For an authentic country lifestyle, homebuyers should definitely look into Rolling Oaks real estate. Planted in the picturesque hill country, residents enjoy sweeping views of mature trees and gently rolling hills. This slightly removed community offers a collection of classic ranch homes that are packed with exquisite features. Ideal for residents who make the most out of expansive backyards, homesites can be as large as 12 acres. Offering 1970s homes to more contemporary estates, buyers are sure to find their dream home at Rolling Oaks.
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Rolling Oaks stretches across many acres, near FM 150 and FM 3237. Homes line Rolling Oaks drive and are part of Hays County's 78619 zip code. Homebuyers will find that this centralized location is convenient to Wimberly, Dripping Springs, and Kyle. Downtown Austin is less than 33 miles away.
Rolling Oaks homes for sale are beautifully designed with homebuyers in mind. Buyers can expect to find modest homes that are sheltered by picket fences to more expansive estates that offer dramatic driveways. Interiors are open with about 1,200 to 2,900 square feet of living space. Some charming features include exposed beams, tall ceilings, and well-polished hardwood flooring. Outdoors, buyers will find backyards spacious enough for horses, storage buildings and more. Price points range from around $200K to over $600K. There are available lots for homebuyers seeking to take advantage of this prime location and build their dream home. Contact your Homecity Realtor to schedule a tour.Rolling Oaks listings are zoned to Wimberley Independent School District, so students may attend Scudder Primary School, Jacob's Well Elementary, Danforth Junior High, and Wimberley High School. Wimberley Montessori School and The King's Academy are some of the nearby private school options.
The homes for sale at Rolling Oaks are a great option for homebuyers seeking amenities. Within the community, residents have access to a community pool and clubhouse. When it is that time of the week to run errands, residents can do so with ease, with the number of nearby establishments, like HEB.
For entertainment, wine connoisseurs can take a 10-mile drive over to Driftwood Estate Winery or Duchman Family Winery. For some shopping and quaint dining options, residents can take a short trip to downtown Wimberley. For some fun in the sun, residents can visit Blue Hole Regional Park for their natural swimming hole and sports courts. After residents have worked up an appetite, they can meet up with friends at Salt Lick BBQ for dinner.
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