Davis Spring, located in far North Austin, offers its residents all the perks of a traditional suburban neighborhood such as a park, pool, tennis and basketball courts, and nearby public and private schools. Yet at the same time, it is closely accessible to the urban center of Austin.
Davis Spring Schools
The Davis Spring neighborhood, which was developed between 1995 and 2000, offers brick and native stone homes that range from approximately 2,000 to 3800 square feet in size. It feeds into the Round Rock Independent School District campuses of Patsy Sommer Elementary School, Cedar Valley Middle School and McNeil High School, all of which are within a few miles. Additionally, there are two private schools in the neighborhood as well, Holy Family Catholic School, and St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School.
Easy Commuting From Davis Spring in North Austin
One of the main arterial roads leading into Davis Spring, Neenah Avenue, has recently been extended west beyond Parmer Lane and eventually feeds into and becomes Lakeline Blvd. Traveling west on Neenah about a mile past Parmer Lane is the new Lakeline MetroRail Station. The MetroRail offers commuters five morning southbound trips into downtown Austin and five afternoon return trips each lasting about 50 minutes. Check the train schedule here.
In addition to light rail access, Davis Springs is within a few minutes access of the 183A Toll Road, the TX-45 Toll Road, and MoPac Expressway. With a location just east of Parmer Lane, South of Avery Ranch Blvd., and north of FM620, it truly does offer the benefits of a suburban neighborhood and the convenience of accessibility in virtually any direction.
Davis Spring Photos
Anyone with a weekday commute who is considering a move to north Austin will want to put Davis Spring on their shortlist of contenders for their next home address!