DATA: Learn about the housing market in Georgetown's Woodland Park neighborhood

Woodland Park is a community that boasts spacious custom homes situated among native Texas trees. (Courtesy Stuart Sutton)
Woodland Park is a community that boasts spacious custom homes situated among native Texas trees. (Courtesy Stuart Sutton)

Woodland Park is a community that boasts spacious custom homes situated among native Texas trees. (Courtesy Stuart Sutton)

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109 E Majestic Oak Lane 4/3 3,574 sq. ft. Sold for $550,000 on April 24
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101 W Red Bud Meadow Court 3/3 2,911 sq. ft. Sold for $509,000 on January 27
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203 W. Red Bud Meadow Court 3/3 2,636 sq ft Sold for $464,999 on January 29
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116 Walnut Tree Loop 4/3 2,641 sq ft Sold for $530,000 on March 27
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The neighborhood features mature trees, wildlife sightings and green space. (Courtesy Jimmy Jacobs)
The Woodland Park neighborhood features one acre-plus home sites that overlook the panoramic views of the Texas Hill Country. This community boasts spacious custom homes situated among native Texas trees. Jimmy Jacobs designed the sister communities of Woodland Park and Woodland Park West to create the feel of a private haven.

Median home value: $554,000

Number of homes on the market: 5

Number of homes under contract: 1

Median annual property taxes: $10,500


Median price per square foot: $180

Average days on market: 92

Build-out year: 2000-18

Builders include: Century Communities, Jimmy Jacobs

Square footage: 2,973

Home values: $465,000-$825,000

HOA Dues: $110 annually

Schools (and district): Georgetown ISD, Jo Ann Ford Elementary, Douglas Benold Middle School, Georgetown High School

Property taxes (in dollars, includes each taxing entity and the total):

Georgetown ISD - 1.33900

Williamson County - .41872

Williamson County ESD No. 8 - .10000

Williamson County FM/Rd - .04000

Total - 1.8977

Amenities

Woodland Park features beautiful, mature trees, wildlife sightings and ample green space within the community. T

• Heavily wooded neighborhood

• Scenic views

• One-acre lots

• Short distance to Lake Georgetown

Information provided by Marie Bean, Williamson Group, Keller Williams Realty. 512-937-6838 www.wgrouprealestate.com
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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