Circle C Real Estate

This community, originally conceived to be the epitome of the American suburban dream, was initially developed in the mid-1980s. Its developer envisioned a place where families had more than enough room to grow and thrive, where summers would see kids splashing about in the community pool, and residents could enjoy the outdoors anytime with over 500 acres of parkland.

Today, that dream is a reality. Circle C’s family-friendly environment, easy access to major freeways, and topnotch amenities make it the most well-known master-planned community in Southwest Austin.

The area has retained its suburban charm even if busy, cosmopolitan Austin is but a few minutes away.

Several playgrounds, well-maintained tennis courts, delightful pocket parks, and a leisure center are among its top amenities. Residents enjoy year-round access to a temperature-controlled Olympic-sized pool at the Swim Center Aquatics Facility as well as seasonal access to the Community Center Pool and Avaña Pool.

The homeowners’ association mounts year-round events, ranging from food trailer nights at the park and block-wide barbecue picnics to Easter egg hunts and art shows.

Real Estate

This master-planned community of over 4,000 acres now has more than 4,800 homes in various architectural styles, sizes, and price ranges. While Circle C is mostly built out, there are still a few new neighborhoods popping up, giving buyers a good mix of resale and new construction to choose from.

Circle C homes are made of high-quality materials and built by expert hands. They work with, not against, the beautiful Texas Hill Country terrain. Natural light filters through spacious rooms and free-flowing floor plans let the fresh air in and maximize every inch of living space.

There are over a dozen distinct neighborhoods in the community, from the well-established to the brand new. There’s Circle C Ranch, the original neighborhood and also the largest, with homes built from the 1980s to the 2000s. Then there’s Vintage Place, which is newer, but has an established feel.

Other neighborhoods are:

  • Alta Mira
  • Circle C on the Park
  • Circle C North
  • Circle C Enclave
  • Enclave Estates
  • Fairway Estates
  • Hielscher (in Circle C West)
  • Muirfield
  • Park Place
  • Park West
  • Wildflower Park

As for new developments, these are being built mostly by CalAtlantic Homes (the new firm formed by the merger Ryland and Standard Pacific Homes). These include:

  • Alicante at Avaña
  • Maravilla at Avaña
  • Avaña Estates
  • Barstow Trail
  • Cornerstone
  • Greyrock Ridge

Activities and Attractions

Circle C is all about fostering an active lifestyle. There’s much to see and do here and in the immediate area.

  • Spend a day at the Circle C Ranch Metropolitan Park
    The more than 570-acre park is one of Austin’s largest. Amenities are numerous and first-rate: a shaded playground, a challenging 18-hole disc golf course, analmost-6-mile-long hike-and-bike trail, a dog park, soccer field, basketball and volleyball courts, and more. In-line skaters and bikers have a 3.1-mile paved loop all to themselves.
  • Tee off at the Grey Rock Golf Club
    This publicly owned 18-hole course measures 6,909 yards from the back tees and is both challenging and immensely playable. An Austin favorite since it opened for play in the 1990s, it makes the most of its Hill Country setting and features thick stands of live oaks, wide fairways, steep bunkers, doglegs, and water hazards.
  • Explore parks and trails
    The Circle C HOA maintains 4 parks – the Swim Center Plaza Park, Wildflower Park, Vintage Place Park, and Park Place Park – all of which have playscapes. The wildflower-decked, over 5-mile Slaughter Creek Trail is something of a hidden gem and is a favorite destination for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.

Interested in real estate in Circle C? Browse the site and call us at (512) 777-1366 to find out what your best options are here.


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