Barrington Oaks in Northwest Austin
Barrington Oaks: Trees Galore
Barrington Oaks in Northwest Austin is an older, established neighborhood of 653 homes built in eight sections in the mid-1970s to the early 1980s.
Barrington Oaks homes are a combination of masonry (limestone or brick) and siding. About half of these homes are single-story. The size of homes in Barrington Oaks ranges from just over 1300 square feet to 2800 square feet with the average home having almost 1800 square feet of conditioned living space (which does not include the garage). A typical lot is just under a quarter of an acre (8000 to 10,000 square feet) and is mostly flat. The entire area has many gorgeous and mature trees. Many of the homes in Barrington Oaks are still owned by the original homeowners.
The homes in Barrington Oaks map to top-rated Round Rock ISD schools:
(Kathy) Caraway Elementary School
11104 Oak View Dr.
Austin, TX 78759
Canyon Vista Middle School
8455 Spicewood Springs Rd.
Austin, TX 78759
Westwood High School
12400 Mellow Meadow Dr.
Austin, TX 78750
Parks for Barrington Oaks
Although Barrington Oaks does not have a park within walking distance, it has easy access with a few minutes driving to several well-maintained and popular parks in Nothwest Austin.
These parks include Tanglewood Park on the other side of Spicewood Springs Road, right off of Rustic Rock.
Barrington Oaks Property Values
Barrington Oaks Market Data for 2000 to 2010:
Since 1996, 497 transactions in this subdivision have been recorded by the Austin Board of Realtors, with data available to members of the board. The majority of these homes sold in under 30 days.
Real Estate for sale in Barrington Oaks can be found with FindRealAustin.com’s Home Search.
As of 4/27/2010, 12 properties are for sale in Barrington Oaks in Northwest Austin, ranging from $184,900 to $269,950.
Google Map for Barrington Oaks
This area is located in the South West corner of the intersection of Spicewood Springs Road and 183 and has terrific access to “the big roads” (i.e., 183, Mopac and 360) and a nice big HEB on the other side of Spicewood Springs: