Cherry Creek is a popular neighborhood in South Austin, known for its tree lined streets, modestly priced homes, and convenient location. First time home buyers and investors are attracted to the charm and character this established neighborhood offers. Residents have called Cherry Creek home for over 30 years, lending to the wide variety of home styles that can be found here. Local parks and convenience to retail make Cherry Creek an easy place to live.
Cherry Creek Homes For Sale
Cherry Creek Location
Cherry Creek is located between Brodie Lane and Manchaca Road in South Austin, just North of Slaughter Lane. In addition to a vast selection of local retail, Cherry Creek is also a short drive to the popular West Gate shopping area. The West Gate shopping area is home to popular Central Market and a Movie Theater. Longview and Garrison District Park are also nearby providing an arena for outdoor activities.
Cherry Creek Home Styles
Cherry Creek offers a variety of home styles and sizes. There are single and two story homes which generally range in size from 1,000 to 2,500 square feet. Cherry Creek has duplexes as well, making it attractive to investors. Cherry Creek homes vary in terms vary in condition due to the age of development. Buyers will find both updated and homes in original condition, for those seeking an opportunity to remodel. Cherry Creek properties are generally fenced with lot sizes about .13 acres.
Cherry Creek off of Brodie Lane was one of the first major subdivisions to be built in South Austin in the early 1970s. Cherry Creek is located off of highway 71, just behind Westgate Shopping Center, almost as far south as Slaughter Lane between parts of Brodie Lane and Manchaca. It is a tucked away corner of quiet paradise. These homes were built on medium size lots, most with towering oak trees lining the streets. Lovely brick and stone homes were built in the late 1990s by Milburn Homes and the subdivision features a great community park, tree lined streets, and is just 3 minutes to great shopping at Brodie and Slaughter or west on Slaughter to Escarpment Village. Maudie’s Tex-Mex restaurant just around the corner provides a great breakfast, lunch or dinner.