Seven Oaks is a magnificent neighborhood for those who accept nothing less than the best. Residents here enjoy amazing views of rolling hills and newly-constructed homes with plenty of space and modern amenities. Due to its location south of Lake Austin, Seven Oaks manages to provide its residents with easy access to all that downtown Austin has to offer while still maintaining a “country” charm.
Seven Oaks is a relatively new neighborhood featuring newly constructed homes from a number of respected custom homebuilders, including Stadler, Jauregui and Russel Eppright. Thanks to the beautiful luxury homes found in the area, the Seven Oaks neighborhood was also host to the 2006 Parade of Homes. Today, the neighborhood has more than 150 lots to offer, though it still has a long way to go before it is built out.
Things to Do in Seven Oaks
With the homes in Seven Oaks typically boasting a number of amenities, including designer pools and one to six acres of land, residents don’t even need to leave their homes in order to enjoy the finer things in life. Still, the neighborhood is located only minutes away from downtown Austin, which provides residents with easy access to a number of dining, shopping and cultural opportunities. In addition, with its proximity to Lake Austin and the Barton Creek Greenbelt and Wilderness area, residents can also enjoy spending time on the lake or hiking on over 1,000 acres of land. The Barton Creek Resort and the Fazio Foothills Golf Course, which was listed as one of the top two Texas resorts by Dallas Morning News, are also located nearby.
The Seven Oaks Economy
As might be expected from a neighborhood featuring homes with custom architectural designs, vaulted ceiling, top-of-the-line appliances and panoramic views of the lush the lush greenbelt and canyons, the price of homes in the Seven Oaks neighborhood typically start at around $1.5 million. Residents also enjoy close proximity to downtown Austin, where they can explore numerous employment opportunities within easy commuting distance.