Nestled in a comfortable neighborhood and directly facing Fern Bluff School and Park, this charming family home has so much to offer. With four bedrooms, two and a half bath and a spacious backyard, this home has plenty of room for growth and versatility. This property has spent some cherished time as a rental property, but we at Loved Homes were delighted to take care of a very light remodel, upgrading this home to its greatest potential. We are very pleased to report that the new owners are absolutely in love with their new home.
Brushy Creek refers to a rather large area of land, running roughly along its namesake stream, which encompasses several neighborhoods in western Round Round and Cedar Park. The portion of this area located within the city limits of Round Rock lies just south of Brushy Creek, north of Ranch Road 620/Toll Road 45, and along either side of Great Oaks Drive. Several subdivisions make up the Brushy Creek community, including Brushy Creek North, Brushy Creek South, Corners of Brushy Creek, Meadows of Brushy Creek, Villages of Brushy Creek, and the Woods of Brushy Creek.
The Brushy Creek area in western Round Rock was largely developed from the late-1970s to mid-1980s, as buyers sought family-friendly areas in the suburbs north of Austin, though some homes were constructed as late as 2005-2007. Some homes have large acreage lots with a country feel where you can even have horses, and some communities are master-planned, with amenities like neighborhood pools and parks.
The Brushy Creek area is known for its highly rated public school system; safe, suburban lifestyle; and great amenities, all within close proximity to the region’s major employers and medical centers. The location is hard to beat, as it lies within a few minutes of the city centers for Cedar Park and Round Rock, and about 20 miles from downtown Austin.
The cities of Round Rock and Cedar Park, as well as Williamson County, are regarded for their excellent public park systems. The Brushy Creek area boasts two of the locals’ favorites- Brushy Creek Lake Park and Brushy Creek Sports Park.
One thing buyers looking in the Brushy Creek area should consider is that the neighborhoods within it operate under variety of governing associations, including a MUD (Municipal Utility District), a PUD (Planned Utilization District) and some HOAs (Home Owners’ Associations). As such, the utilities and services provided vary, and so do the taxations. If all of these acronyms sound like an unfamiliar alphabet soup, the RJF Team would love to offer you our expertise, to help you choose the best property for your individual tastes and needs.