Western Trails Homes for Sale - Austin, TX

Search Western Trails homes for sale & real estate in Austin, Texas. The subdivision real estate of Western Trails Quail Creek is an established community that was built in the 1980s. It provides various opportunities for first-time home buyers to invest in the neighborhood’s homes. Here are more features which make the real estate listings in this community attractive to residents. Contact your Austin real estate experts today for information about Western Trails neighborhood properties for sale or to schedule a private home tour.

Western Trails Real Estate Listings

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Western Trails Quail Creek Homes & Real Estate

Subdivision homes for sale at Western Trails Quail Creek feature a variety of architectural designs. This area is one of the more affordable neighborhoods in Austin and is a great choice for first-time homebuyers. The homes are encircled by green space and walking trails making the surroundings perfect for outdoor enthusiasts.

Home styles comprise of shed style and Texas traditional homes with floor plans ranging from 1,100 to 1,500 square feet. Western Trails Quail Creek homes feature stone fireplaces, spacious private backyards and open kitchens with modern appliances. There’s also a limited number of apartment complexes.

Top Schools

The Austin ISD serves the homes of Western Trails Creek. Students in the area may attend Walnut Creek Elementary, Dobie Middle, and Lanier High School. Nearby private schools include Redeemer Lutheran School and Brentwood Christian School.

Easy Accessibility

Western Trails Quail Creek is nestled between North Lamar Boulevard and Masterson Pass. The subdivision homes are roughly 9 miles from downtown Austin. They provide residents with a variety of amenities without having to live in the hustle and bustle of a big city. Employees of Apple and IBM are 5 miles from the subdivision, while the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is a 14-mile commute.

Outdoor Recreation

Residents have access to the soccer field and walking trails within the green space bordering the eastern side of this neighborhood. More outdoor activity options are at Brownie Park or Quail Creek Park. Other outdoor activities include museum tours, a walk in the greenbelt of Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park or cooling off in the neighborhood’s swimming pool.

Shopping and Retail

Chinatown Shopping Center is home to plenty of dining options which offer residents a variety of Asian restaurants. For shopping enthusiasts, the Austin Marketplace is popular for antiques and bargain hunts.