Located off of Sam Bass Road near East Whitestone Boulevard, Spanish Oak Terrace is a small neighborhood of less than 50 acreage home sites. Properties are four to five acres in size. Brushy Creek runs along the southern edge of the community. There is ample room for horses here, and a number of properties feature barns and corrals. Residents come to Spanish Oak Terrace for the peaceful, country lifestyle with room to roam, while remaining close to city conveniences.
The boundaries of Spanish Oak Terrace are East Whitestone Boulevard/FM 1431 to the north, Spanish Oak Trail and Brushy Creek to the south, Sam Bass Road to the east, and Raley Road to the west. The zip code for Spanish Oak Terrace is 78681. This neighborhood is in Williamson County.
Homes in Spanish Oak Terrace
Most of the homes in Spanish Oak Terrace were custom-built in the 1970s and 1980s. Homes are rarely offered for sale in this small neighborhood. In the past two years, only five homes came on the market. These had three to four bedrooms and two to three bathrooms, with garage space for two to six cars and RV parking. Square footage ranged from 2,112 square feet to 3,170 square feet.
Listing prices for these homes varied from $439,500-$629,000. They sold within a price range of $425,00 to $616,000, or a price per square foot of $176-$262. The properties varied greatly in terms of renovations and updates. Some of the special features of these homes included outbuildings, greenhouses, barns, workshops, a guest house, and a pool.
Spanish Oak Terrace Amenities
The primary draw for this neighborhood is the privacy and country living-feel of the acreage lots. Residents enjoy the ability to keep horses on their own property. Each home is custom built, and there is no mandatory homeowner’s association, so the area appeals to buyers looking for a neighborhood where they have the freedom to keep horses and manage their own property without restrictions.
Brushy Creek runs through the southern edge of the neighborhood, and some properties back to the water. A small fishing area lies along Spanish Oak Trail where it intersects the creek.
One of the area’s largest public parks, the Southwest Williamson Country Regional Park is located about five minutes north of Spanish Oak Terrace. It offers residents 800 acres of parkland with a splash pad, eleven soccer fields, two softball fields, a cricket field, tennis and basketball courts, disc golf course, walking paths, and the Cedar Rock Railroad, a 1.3 mile quarter scale train ride, providing recreational opportunities for residents of all ages. Williamson County has plans to further expand the park in the future, adding an equestrian center, disc golf, golf course, and mountain biking trails.
Spanish Oak Terrace Schools
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Students in Spanish Oak Terrace are zoned to the popular Leander Independent School District. Each of the neighborhood schools for Spanish Oak Terrace, and LISD overall, received the highest ranking from the Texas Education Agency.