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Is Steiner Ranch a good place to live?

Is Steiner Ranch a good place to live?

Hands down, Steiner Ranch is one of the best places to live in Austin — and that’s saying a lot in a city known for great neighborhoods. The amenities, neighborhood schools, and community social life make Steiner Ranch an attractive option for growing families and those looking to relocate from other cities.

Is Steiner Ranch expensive?

This championship course provides a breathtaking backdrop for many homes in Steiner Ranch. Home prices in Steiner Ranch range from $250,000 to more than $4 million and home styles range from garden homes with small yards to large estates on multiple acres.

Is Steiner Ranch gated?

Although the UT Golf Club is the largest, more recognizable gated section in Steiner Ranch, it may surprise you to learn that there are a small handful of other gated communities scattered throughout Steiner Ranch, such as Santa Luz, Lakewood Hills, and River Heights Overlook.

Is Steiner Ranch safe?

It is an upscale area that feels very safe and has many included amenities, making it a great place to raise a family. About half of Steiner Ranch residents have children and 77 percent are married.

How many people live in Steiner Ranch Austin?

Steiner Ranch’s total population, as of 2021, is 17,780, with 8,748 males and 9,032 females. The median age is 40.7. The total number of households in 5,867 with an average of 3 people per household.

Is Steiner Ranch within Austin city limits?

Unlike many other MPCs, Steiner Ranch can be found within official Austin city limits, at the northwest corner of town.

Is there a dress code for Steiner Ranch Steakhouse?

Full Bar Steakhouses Classy Casual.

Are there Gated Communities in Austin Texas?

There are 11 gated communities in Austin with 64 new homes available for sale from 8 hardworking homebuilders.

Are fireworks legal in Steiner Ranch?

Steiner Ranch Fireworks Policy Residents are reminded that fireworks within Steiner Ranch are PROHIBITED by the Steiner Ranch Master Association and Steiner Ranch Residential Owners Association. There are several reasons for this: 1) The use of fireworks places homes at serious risk of fire.

Is Steiner Ranch in Austin City Limits?

Does Steiner Ranch pay City of Austin taxes?

Those living in Steiner pay the WCID #17 district-wide tax rate of $0.0585 and also a WCID #17 Steiner Ranch Defined Area tax rate of $0.3751. In addition, residents in Steiner also pay property taxes to Travis County, Travis Central Health, Travis County ESD #6 and Austin Community College.