Golf Course Homes near Austin, Texas – One-Story Homes under $300,000

The Austin, Texas area is home to a myriad of both private and public, "daily fee" golf courses.  One of our more common request from those looking to retire to Austin is to find something reasonably priced backing to a golf course.  With that in mind, I gathered a few current listings to illustrate the value here in central Texas. 

All of these listings are one-story ("ranch") homes, with at least 2000 square feet. 

Take a look:

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This lovely home in Lago Vista (near Lake Travis) features 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2117 s.f. per the tax records, with lake and hill country views.  Watch the deer from your back patio while you relax.  Offered at $279,000! 


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This home in the Fairways of Blackhawk in Pflugerville includes 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, over 2400 s.f., and a 2-car garage.  It was built in 2007 by Ryland Homes.  Offered at $259,500!









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This terrific 1996-built home in Forest Creek (Round Rock) features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, with just over 2000 square feet.  It backs to the 17th green and 18th tee.  There are no homes across the course.  Instead, enjoy a lovely view of the greenbelt.  Offered at $234,000. 


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Listings above courtesy of e-Executive Realty, Keller Williams, and Re/Max Round Rock. 

If you have any questions, or if you would like to schedule an appointment to see these properties or any others in the Austin MLS, please give me a call anytime at 512-796-7653 or email

If you are looking to relocate to the Austin area, you might be interested in checking out my online relocation package here:

Austin Texas Relocation Package

Our Austin real estate website is at  I look forward to hearing from you soon!

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