Featured Neighborhood: Chandler Creek

Chandler Creek is a large community located between I-35 and SH 130 in northeast Round Rock. The neighborhood offers a master-planned community lifestyle nestled along a greenbelt in an area of acclaimed schools.n

Chandler Creek is a large community located between I-35 and SH 130 in northeast Round Rock. The neighborhood offers a master-planned community lifestyle nestled along a greenbelt in an area of acclaimed schools.n

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Chandler Creek
Chandler Creek is a large community located between I-35 and SH 130 in northeast Round Rock. The neighborhood offers a master-planned community lifestyle nestled along a greenbelt in an area of acclaimed schools.

Build-out year: 2005
Square footage: 1,100-4,000
Home values: $164,000-$300,000
HOA dues (estimated): $300 annually
Amenities: pavilion, community pool, sports fields and trails
Schools: Double File Trail Elementary School, Teravista Elementary School, C.D. Fulkes Middle School, PFC Robert P. Hernandez Middle School, Hopewell Middle School, Stony Point High School
Property taxes (in dollars):
Williamson County 0.4265
Austin Community College 0.1008
Meadows of Chandler Creek MUD 0.4014
Williamson County FM/RD 0.0400
Round Rock ISD 1.3048
Upper Brushy Creek WCID 0.0200
Williamson County ESD 9 0.1000
Total (per $100 valuation) 2.3935

*As of 7/31/18


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