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MAPLE RUN HOMES
Maple Run (also Woodstone) Homes
Unofficially referred to as the ‘original’ Maple Run ( in contrast to Deer Park at Maple Run), this area west of Brodie Lane, south of William Cannon, and North of Davis/Deer Lane offers a southwest Austin favorite: older renovated and updated homes. Buyers can find a few homes built as early as 1997 but the average year these houses were built is 1987. Tucked off the main road but minutes away from everything you need (several shopping centers to choose from), Maple Run gives you quiet suburb living with only a short 15 minute commute to downtown. Undeveloped areas surround the subdivision and two protected nature preserve areas evoke the feel of the woods on the drive in. Inside the subdivision, however, established yards, landscaping, trees, and attractive homes welcome young families, professionals, and first-time home buyers.
Pool and other recreational facilities are not within the subdivision but can be found nearby at Dick Nichols Park, in the Circle C Development, or as part of a family country-club & fitness experience at Lifetime Fitness nearby. Food choices abound around Maple Run but try Evangeline Cafe, Lux Bakery & Cafe, or Cypress Grill for mouth watering food from a more local source. Costco, HEB, and several smaller food stores nearby mean residents have choices for grocery trips, large and small. If you are moving to Austin or moving across town and want a quiet pocket in southwest Austin with Mopac access then Maple Run may be the place for you.
Combined to form Maple Run/Woodstone Neighborhood Association
Karst Nature Preserve/Blowing Sink Preserve, Green Mesquite, Shopping Center at Brodie and Slaughter, Ladybird Johnson Wildlfower Center, Lifetime Fitness
Covington Middle School
Check with AISD to confirm the school your child would attend.