Neighborhood: Hidden Oaks at Berry Creek

Hidden Oaks at Berry Creek is currently being built out by a pair of home builders. (Eddie Harbour/Community Impact Newspaper)
Hidden Oaks at Berry Creek is currently being built out by a pair of home builders. (Eddie Harbour/Community Impact Newspaper)

Hidden Oaks at Berry Creek is currently being built out by a pair of home builders. (Eddie Harbour/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Gehan Homes is one of two builders currently working in Hidden Oaks at Berry Creek. (Eddie Harbour/Community Impact Newspaper)
Hidden Oaks at Berry Creek is a “carefully laid out” development designed to preserve the oak trees on the properties and natural landscape. Located 25 miles north of Austin, the community offers close proximity to IH-35 and also connects directly to Saint Andrew Drive and the Berry Creek County Club community and the 18-hole golf course within. There are single-story and two-story plans available from David Weekley Homes and Gehan Homes.



AMENITIES

As part of the Berry Creek development, Hidden Oaks residents have easy access to the Berry Creek Country Club including its 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, fitness center and pool.

• Close to Round Rock Premium Outlets


• Easy Access to IH-35

• Access to Berry Creek Country Club

• Convenient to Georgetown’s park and trail system

• Close to walkable Downtown Georgetown with shopping, dining and entertainment

• Proximity to Lake Georgetown, Round Rock Premium Outlets, golf courses, grocery store and other conveniences

BY THE NUMBERS

Median home value: $446,390

Number of homes on the market: 8*

Number of homes under contract: 3*

Median annual property taxes (not including any exemptions): $12,338**

Median price per square foot: $246*

Median home value: $446,390

Average days on market: 68*

Builders include: Gehan Homes and David Weekley Homes

Square footage: 1,478-4,920

HOA Dues: $480 annually

Schools (and district): Jarrell ISD—Jarrell Elementary School, Jarrell Middle School and Jarrell High School

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

• City of Georgetown: 0.4180

• Williamson County: 0.4187

• Williamson County Farm and Road: 0.04

• Jarrel ISD: 1.4266

• Total Tax Rate: 2.3033

*as of Nov. 1

**exemptions not included

Neighborhood data provided by Jay Warren, realtor with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Texas Realty

512-864-5657

https://jaywarrenrealtor.com
By Eddie Harbour

Editor, Cedar Park/Georgetown/Leander

Eddie joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2021 and has been a reporter and editor over the past two decades including lengthy stays at the Antelope Valley Press (Palmdale, Calif.) and Santa Barbara News-Press. He relocated to the Austin area in 2014 from his native California.



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