Bounded roughly by S.H. 45 on the south, Davis Lane on the north, S.H. 1826 on the west and the neighborhoods that abut MoPac Expressway on the east, Circle C is the perfect place for a family that wants convenient living while still being close to downtown Austin.
Despite the major highways on the perimeters, Circle C includes a little over seven square miles of classic homes for about 25,000 people. It offers some of the best schools in the Austin Independent School District and nationally recognized parks.
Originally laid out in the 1980s, it is still growing with developments like Avana and Greyrock at its southeast corner. But throughout Circle C are classic neighborhoods with large oaks perfect for sunny days in the front yard with the family. The AISD public school vertical includes Kiker, Clayton, Mills and Baranoff Elementary Schools, Baily and Gorzycki Middle Schools and Bowie High School.
Bowie is the district’s largest high school with more than 200 faculty and staff members and has been chosen one the nation’s best high schools by U.S. News and World Report.
The neighborhood has a centralized shopping center which includes several varied restaurants, specialty shops and a large HEB grocery center. With MoPac Expressway and Slaughter Lane cutting through the development, access to even more shopping is quick and simple.
In addition to large preserved areas, it boasts an Aquatic Center, Circle C Ranch Metropolitan Park, Austin Veloway and Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center within its borders.
The Metropolitan Park includes seven miles of trails, six playgrounds, 21 multipurpose fields and a disc golf course.
The Aquatic Center has an outdoor Olympic size pool that is heated and open year round that draws those interested in competitive and lap swimming. There is a toddler pool, with a slide and water features at this facility.
The Veloway is a wide, paved three miles of trails that attracts bicyclists and runners from across the city. It is adjacent to the world renowned Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. Dedicated to the conservation of native plants and named after Lyndon Johnson’s beloved wife, it is 284 acres with thousands of Texas plants and includes a stone meeting facility and plaza around a natural spring. Adjacent to S.H. 45 and immediately south of Circle C is the 18-hole Greyrock Golf Course recently acquired by the City of Austin.
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