Current Canyon Creek Market Statistics
Canyon Creek is a residential neighborhood located in far northwest Austin. The neighborhood is bordered by FM 2222 to the south, Ranch Road 620 North to the west, Anderson Mill Road to the north, and a major headwater tributary of Bull Creek to the east.
Canyon Creek was former ranch and hunting land, much of which was once a working cattle ranch owned by former US Congressman Jake Pickle. It was developed in the late 1980's by the Blanton Company after the savings and loan meltdown in the United States. Perry Blanton's company developed a planned community filled with homes, parks, and connecting trails. It contains a protected habitat for the golden-cheeked warbler and black-capped vireo, two endangered bird species native to central Texas.
The neighborhood developed rapidly in the 1990s, and was completely built out by 2005. In the mid-1990s, Round Rock Independent School District authorized the construction of Canyon Creek Elementary School in the neighborhood. The major bisecting road is Boulder Lane, which winds its way through the picturesque, upper-middle-class neighborhood of single-family homes. Boulder Lane is a loop, and crosses RR620 in two places (north and south entrances). The neighborhood is approximately 5 miles from Lake Travis and Lake Austin. Ranch Road 620 runs into the new toll roads of State Highway 45.
Nearby attractions include:
River Place Country Club
Balcones Canyonland Preserve
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Canyon Creek Properties
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