Serene Hills offers scenic amenities through Lakeway's countryside

504 Padres Place
504 Padres Place

504 Padres Place

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810 Kenspur Lane
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1006 Sweet Grass Lane
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214 Duckhorn Pass
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Serene Hills is a custom home community in Lakeway that was initially developed in 2010. Hike and bike trails wind through more than 5 miles of Lakeway countryside and include workout stations and park benches. Spanning 456 acres, Serene Hills contains 295 single-family residential lots. Each is situated on 0.3-2.5 acres with a minimum 80-foot frontage area.

Build-out year: Not built out

Square footage: 2550-4941

Home sales: $710,000-$1,525,000

Amenities: Serene Hills is a short drive from a handful of destination golf resorts and country clubs, and contains several parks, sports complexes and hike-and-bike trails


School District: Lake Travis ISD—Serene Hills Elementary, Lake Travis Middle School, Lake Travis High School

Property tax (in dollars) 2019:

Travis County: 0.3542

Lake Travis ISD: 0.4075

WCID No 17: 0.0599

Travis Co Hospital District: 0.10522

City Of Lakeway: 0.1645

Travis Co ESD No 6: 0.1000

WCID 17 Serene Hills: 0.6250

Total Estimated Tax Rate: 2.8163

Neighborhood information: Serene Hills is a custom home community in Lakeway that was initially developed in 2010 and also featured HBA Parade of Homes. Hike and bike trails wind through more than five miles of Lakeway countryside and include workout stations and park benches. Spanning 456 acres, Serene Hills contains 295 single-family residential lots. Each is situated on 0.3 to 2.5 acres, with a minimum 80-foot frontage area so residents can build a pool or backyard. Flintrock, The Hills of Lakeway, Lakeway Country Club, and Yaupon are all within a 5- to 10-minute drive of the Serene Hills neighborhood.

Current Market Data for all of Serene Hills

Median Home value: $799,000

Homes on the market: 11

Homes under contract: 9

Median annual property taxes: $22,502

Median price per sq. ft: $260.97

Avg. days on the market: 118

Neighborhood data provided by Mary Lynne Gibbs, Keller Williams Realty-Lake Travis, associated broker

512-431-2403, mgibbs1@gmail.com

Recent listings

1006 Sweet Grass Lane

5 bedroom/5 bath, 4900 sq. ft, $999,000

Agent: Mitch Gaylord, 214-310-2002

Sitterle Homes

214 Duckhorn Pass

5 bedroom/5 bath, 4206 sq. ft, $1,489,000

Agent: Doug Clark, 512-751-2099

Clark Realtors

810 Kenspur Lane

4 bedroom/4 bath, 4768 sq. ft, $805,000

Agent: Juan & Jennifer Alonso, 512-605-7000

Compass RE Texas, LLC

504 Padres Place

4 bedroom/5 bath, 3277 sq. ft, $990,990

Agent: Stephanie Tilkemeier, 512-944-2964

XL Highlands Realty LLC
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By Brian Rash

Brian has been a reporter and editor since 2012. He wrote about the music scene in Dallas-Fort Worth before becoming managing editor for the Graham Leader in Graham, Texas, in 2013. He relocated to Austin, Texas, in 2015 to work for Gatehouse Media's large design hub. He became the editor for the Lake Travis-Westlake publication of Community Impact in August 2018.


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