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Oak Parke

Oak Parke EntryOak Creek Parke is a small south/southwest Austin community of approximately 330 homes.  Entrance into the neighborhood can be found from either Slaughter Lane by way of Wolftrap Drive or Brodie Lane by way of Aspen Creek Parkway.

Developed and built in the decade from 1991 to 2000 mainly by Newmark, Doyle Wilson and Centex home builders, these handsome, stately  homes have a minimum 3 sides masonry. Time has allowed the neighborhood trees to mature and provide lots of beauty and shade for the Oak Parke residents. Homes range from approximately 1,700 to more than 3,700 square feet in size and are found in both single and two-story floor plans.

Oak Parke residents enjoy the convenience of their community swimming pool, picnic facilities, playground and basket ball & volleyball courts. Its location so near to Bowie High School also offers tennis courts and a track to area residents when not being used by the school. Austin’s nature-filled Veloway for skating and biking is found within a short distance. Also nearby is the Circle C Metro Park with hiking trails, soccer fields and disc golf.

Children of Oak Parke enjoy some of Austin’s highly rated schools including Baranoff Elementary, Bailey Middle School and Bowie High School. (Please check the latest school designations with AISD as school boundaries can change from time to time.)

In addition to having easy access to major roadways to get across town, residents enjoy many shopping, dining, banking, medical & other services options. Just northeast of Oak Parke at the corner of Slaughter Lane & Brodie, you’ll find two banks, a major grocery store, a gas station, drug store and a multitude of restaurant choices. To the northwest at Escarpment Village, you’ll find more banking, another major grocer, more dining, entertainment and medical services. Lots of choices, lots of convenience make Oak Creek Parke a great little neighborhood.

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