Cimarron is an established neighborhood in western Round Rock, developed from the late 1970s to the mid-1980s. It is one of the neighborhoods that make up the Greater Round Rock West area, which also includes the Shadowbrook, Shadowbrook North, and Creekmont West neighborhoods.
This community appeals to buyers who like mature, quiet neighborhoods with fairly large lots and mature trees. All of the public schools are located close together and are within the community. A large greenbelt with walking trails runs along the eastern edge of Cimarron. Home prices are reasonable here, with most in the mid-$100s to high $200s, which makes Cimarron popular with families looking for a safe neighborhood with good schools.
Cimarron is located off of McNeil Road, just north of the Toll Road 45/Loop 1 intersection. Its boundaries are Blanchard Drive to the north, McNeil Road to the south, Quanah Drive to the west, and the Round Rock West Greenbelt and Deepwood Drive to the east. The zip code for Cimarron is 78681, and it lies in Williamson County.
Homes in Cimarron
Homes in this neighborhood were built in the late 1970s to mid-1980s. All are unique, so there is not a “cookie cutter” look to Cimarron. Square footage of the houses in this neighborhood ranges from the mid-1000’s to just over 3000’. The lots are relatively large, from a quarter of an acre to over half an acre, and include many mature trees. In 2015, list prices ranged from $125,000 to $329,900. Homes sold for $130,000 to $345,000, or $68-$140/square foot. A number of these homes sold for asking price or slightly above asking price due to the location and competitive market at this price point. Of the 31 properties that came on the market in 2015, 19 of them sold in less than a month. The remainder sold within a few months.
Buyers will find both one- and two-story homes in Cimarron. Most houses have three or four bedrooms, though some of the larger homes do have five bedrooms. The majority have two or two and a half bathrooms, but some have as many as three and a half bathrooms. Cimarron homes have one or two living areas and two-car garages. With the large lots in the neighborhood, many of the properties have pools. These are somewhat older homes, and they vary in terms of renovations done. Homes at the lower end of the above price ranges tend to be in need of updating or repair. Homes at the higher end of the range have been updated with features like granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, modern light fixtures, and energy-efficient features. A number of them have outdoor patios and extensive landscaping in the backyards.
The Cimarron neighborhood does not have its own homeowners association, but it is a member of the Greater Round Rock West Neighborhood Association. The association plans a variety of events to bring residents of the Round Rock West neighborhoods together, like National Night Out, parades, and holiday events.
The Round Rock West Greenbelt runs along the eastern side of the neighborhood, and residents can often be found enjoying the hike and bike trail that runs for almost a mile through the greenbelt.
One of the primary draws for this neighborhood is its convenient location. Residents can reach downtown Round Rock in just a few minutes. Cimarron is located less than two miles southwest of I-35 and about half a mile from the intersection of Toll Road 45/Loop 1, allowing for a convenient commute to work or play in Round Rock, Cedar Park or Austin.
Restaurants Near Cimarron
The Cimarron neighborhood is zoned to the Round Rock Independent School District. Families love that all of the public schools in this area are within the neighborhood, and the boundaries have been consistent for many years. The high school has earned high marks from the Texas Education Agency for its college readiness preparation of its students.