Learn about Apache Shores, July's featured neighborhood

Apache Shores is located in the 78734 ZIP code. (Amy Rae Dadamo/Community Impact Newspaper)
Apache Shores is located in the 78734 ZIP code. (Amy Rae Dadamo/Community Impact Newspaper)

Apache Shores is located in the 78734 ZIP code. (Amy Rae Dadamo/Community Impact Newspaper)

Apache Shores is a community nestled along Lake Austin within Lake Travis ISD. Located within western Travis County's 78734 ZIP code, residents have the opportunity to enjoy Lake Austin through the lake park that is exclusive to residents and offers a boat launch, picnic tables, day docks, grills and ample shade to enjoy the day. Residents can also spend the day hiking along Indian Creek or Lake Apache, where they will find waterfalls and gorgeous trails. In addition, there is a community center with a pool and tennis and basketball courts. Apache Shores offers a unique multiterrain 18-hole disc golf course with an annual tournament coordinated by various residents.

Build-out year: continued new construction

Builders include: various custom homebuilders as well as prefabricated homes of all ages

Square footage: 600-3,495

Home values: $155,000-$2,550,000

Median home value: $447,157



Average days on market: 24

Homeowners association dues (estimated): $135 per year

Amenities: Geronimo Park; community center with pool, tennis courts, volleyball courts and basketball courts as well as a soccer field; Lake Austin waterfront park with boat ramp, day docks, and picnic tables; 18-hole disc golf course; Apache Lake; and hiking trails

Schools: Lake Travis Elementary, Hudson Bend Middle School, Lake Travis High School (Lake Travis ISD)



Property taxes (in dollars) 2021:

Travis County: 0.37436

Lake Travis ISD: 1.3239

Travis County Hospital District: 0.11031

Travis County Emergency Services District No. 6: 0.1

Total (per $100 value): 1.908


Market data for Apache Shores

Number of homes for sale (active): 7

Number of homes under contract (pending and active contingent): 15

Average days on the market (active and pending) 21

Average days on the market (sold homes): 24



Median list price per square foot (active and pending): $293.14



Median sold price per square foot: $254.39



Average annual taxes: $8,534.44



Average months of inventory available at current rate of sale: 1.5 months

*As of June 10



By Amy Rae Dadamo
Amy Rae Dadamo is the reporter for Lake Travis-Westlake, where her work focuses on city government and education. Originally from New Jersey, Amy Rae relocated to Austin after graduating from Ramapo College of New Jersey in May 2019.


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