Featured neighborhood: Forest Oaks

Forest Oaks is an established neighborhood in the heart of Cedar Park. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
Forest Oaks is an established neighborhood in the heart of Cedar Park. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)

Forest Oaks is an established neighborhood in the heart of Cedar Park. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)

Forest Oaks, 78613


Forest Oaks is an established neighborhood in the heart of Cedar Park. It is located between US 183 and Parmer Lane near Cypress Creek Road. The home styles are diverse with several different builders making up the community.

Median home value: $409,000

Homes on the market*: 1

Homes under contract: 11

Median annual property taxes: $10,020


Median price per square foot: $177.91

Average days on the market*: 10

Build-out year: in progress

Builders include: Meritage Homes, Ryland Homes, DR Horton and others

Square footage: 1,344-4,708

Home values: $275,000-$685,000

HOA dues (estimated): $420 annually

Schools: Leander ISD: Charlotte Cox Elementary School, Henry Middle School, Vista Ridge High School

Property taxes (in dollars):


  • Austin Community College 0.1058

  • City of Cedar Park 0.44698

  • Leander ISD 1.4184

  • Upper Brushy Creek WCID 0.02

  • Williamson County 0.41872

  • Williamson County FM/RD 0.04


Total (per $100 valuation): 2.44990


Amenities




  • The Forest Oaks neighborhood includes access to the Brushy Creek Trail system.

  • Junior-olympic sized pool

  • Second pool with beach entry and slides

  • Hike and bike trails including the 2.5-mile greenbelt trail through the center of the community

  • Three playscapes

  • Basketball court

  • Community center with conference rooms and kitchen


*As of March 29
By Ali Linan
Ali Linan began covering Georgetown for Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. Her reporting focuses on education and Williamson County. Ali hails from El Paso and graduated from Syracuse University in 2017.


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