The Woods of Brushy Creek is a deed-restricted subdivision located just north of the Texas 45 Toll Road. It lies along Ranch to Market Road 620 on the south and Great Oaks Drive on the east. This community is sandwiched between Highway 183 and Cedar Park on the west and Interstate 35 and Round Rock to the east.
This subdivision consists of around 700 homes. Throughout the neighborhood, streets are lined with mature trees. Many of the properties are nestled in somewhat secluded wooded areas. Homes in the area are a mix of one- and two-story structures that range in size from around 1,400 to as much as 3,500 square feet. The architectural style of most residences would be considered traditional, and they were built between 1985 and 2000, possibly later.
The subdivision has some of its own amenities, such as a pool. The other big attractions of the community are the spectacular parks and trails. The community lies along Brushy Creek Trail. The newest part of the trail is 6.75 miles long, all of which provides walkers, runners, and bikers with a chance to enjoy magnificent lush landscaping and scenic views. There are six parks along the trail, all within a reasonable distance from the Woods of Brushy Creek. As a whole, the parks offer swimming areas, splash pads, fishing docks, climbing walls, canoeing and kayaking areas, and picnic and pavilion areas.
Plenty of shopping and dining opportunities are within a short distance of the neighborhood. Residents enjoy easy access to Parmer Lane, Interstate 35, Highway 183, and the Texas 45 Toll Road, all from Ranch to Market Road 620. This makes for a fast commute to Cedar Park, Round Rock, Austin, or any of the other larger cities and towns within the Central Texas area.