Featured neighborhood: Rocky Creek offers natural settings close to central Bee Cave

9717 Rocky Creek Blvd. is a 4 bed, 4 bath, 4,266 sq. ft. home selling for $674,900. (Courtesy Drees Custom Homes)
9717 Rocky Creek Blvd. is a 4 bed, 4 bath, 4,266 sq. ft. home selling for $674,900. (Courtesy Drees Custom Homes)

9717 Rocky Creek Blvd. is a 4 bed, 4 bath, 4,266 sq. ft. home selling for $674,900. (Courtesy Drees Custom Homes)

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TOP PHOTO: The Rocky Creek subdivision is in the Bee Cave/Lakeway area. (Courtesy Hillwood Communities)
Rocky Creek is a growing community in the Bee Cave/Lakeway area west of downtown Austin. Lake Travis Fire Rescue's newest station just across from the entry of the subdivision. Rocky Creek can be accessible from Crumley Ranch Road, which offers a shortcut to Hwy. 290 in Oak Hill via Fitzhugh Road. Rocky Creek will feature 395 homes when complete.


Median home value: $580,000

Homes active on the market: 5

Homes under contract: 10

Median annual property taxes: $12,736

Median price per square foot: $159.98

Average days on the market: 102


Build out year: still being built


Property tax rate:

Travis County 0.36929

Lake Travis ISD 1.33750

Travis Co. Hospital Dist. 0.10557

Travis Co. ESD No. 6 0.10000

Travis Co. MUD No. 16 0.28300

Total estimated tax rate 2.19536


Amenities:


A short drive down Hamilton Pool Road puts residents in the middle of Hill Country views and the Shield Ranch, which borders the community on two sides and includes a 4,700-acre easement donated to the Nature Conservancy of Texas.


-community pool


-play areas for children


-nature trails


-300 acres of green space


-six minutes from the Hill Country Galleria, Hill Country Indoor, Bee Cave Park, Nitroswim, H-E-B and Whole Foods Market


As of 01/03/20


Neighborhood data provided by Mary Lynne Gibbs, Keller Williams Realty-Lake Travis, associated broker. 512-431-2403. mgibbs1@gmail.com
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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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