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About Avery Ranch
Avery Ranch is an 1800 acre master-planned community bordering both the Texas Hill Country and the North Austin metropolitan area. Avery Ranch has a great selection of homes, both new and resale. The community features amenities such as community centers, pools, tennis courts, golf course and hike and bike trails.
Northwest Austin’s zip code 78717, Avery Ranch has two major roads that divide it into four livable sections. Avery Ranch Blvd. runs east-west from 183A, and W. Parmer Lane (FM-734) runs through it from south to north. From Avery Ranch it is pretty easy to get where you need to go in any direction.
Homes in Avery Ranch
The Avery Ranch neighborhood gives homeowners a wide range of choices in homes, both new and resale. A number of builders have participated in the development of Avery Ranch from its start in 2001. Homes in the various neighborhoods of Avery Ranch include condos and single-family residences that have from 1,090 to over 5,000 square feet of space. Sales prices in the years 2007-2009 averaged in the mid to upper $200s. In Avery Ranch you can find homes on lots that back to greenbelts, the lake, or the Avery Ranch Golf Course, or in a gated “estates” section.
- Voted “best overall course” in Austin by Avid Golfer magazine in ’04 and ’05, Avery Ranch Golf Course has a nice clubhouse and beautiful scenery.
Avery Ranch Amenities and Nearby Attractions
People choose to buy in Avery Ranch not just because of its location and its nice homes. The many amenities that Avery Ranch offers its residents also are a big factor. The Avery Ranch Golf Club, with its challenging 18-hole championship layout, is just the beginning. The neighborhood also sports a number of neighborhood parks, including the main community center on Avery Ranch Blvd. This center has an outdoor ampitheater, pool, sports courts, playscapes and more! These parks and miles of trails in Avery Ranch are also complemented by the features of several nearby public parks on the southeast side of Cedar Park.