Cimarron Homes For Sale
Cimarron is an established neighborhood in western Round Rock, developed from the late 1970s to the mid-1980s. It is one of the neighborhoods that make up the Greater Round Rock West area, which also includes the Shadowbrook, Shadowbrook North, and Creekmont West neighborhoods. This community appeals to those who like mature, quiet neighborhoods with fairly
large lots, lush foliage and mature trees. All of the public schools are located close together and are within the community. Cimarron is popular with families looking for a safe neighborhood with good schools.
Although Cimarron is often considered part of the larger Round Rock West community, it is its own distinct neighborhood of grand, established homes. Cimarron is considered one of the most beautiful in Round Rock, with lush, mature trees surrounding the homes. All are unique, so there is not a “cookie cutter” look to Cimarron. Square footage of the houses in this
neighborhood ranges from the mid-1000’s to just over 3000’. The lots are relatively large, from a quarter of an acre to over half an acre, and include many beautiful shady trees. Buyers will find both one- and two-story homes in Cimarron. Most houses have three or four bedrooms, though some of the larger homes do have five bedrooms. The majority have two or two and a half bathrooms, but some have as many as three and a half bathrooms. Cimarron homes have one or two living areas and two-car garages, vaulted
ceilings, and fireplaces. With the large lots in the neighborhood, many Cimarron residents have taken advantage of the shady foliage and spacious backyards and added pools, spas and outdoor living areas to their homes. Many homes have been updated with features like granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, modern light fixtures, and energy-efficient features. A number of them have outdoor patios and extensive landscaping in the backyards.
The Cimarron neighborhood does not have its own homeowners association, but it is a member of the Greater Round Rock West Neighborhood Association. The association plans a variety of events to bring residents of the Round Rock West neighborhoods together, like National Night Out, parades, and holiday events. The expansive Round Rock West Greenbelt runs along the eastern side of the neighborhood, and residents can often be found enjoying the hike and bike trail that runs for almost a mile through the greenbelt, or walking the trails at Creekmont West Park. Sprouts Farmer's Market gives residents a unique alternative to the grocery store by offering farm-fresh produce. Those who enjoy a little retail therapy can find major retailers at La Frontera Village. Residents of Cimarron love their beautiful homes in a quiet neighborhood.
Cimarron homes are part of Round Rock ISD. Students attend Deep Wood Elementary (K-5), Chisolm Trail Middle (6-8), and Round Rock High School (9-12). All three schools are in the neighborhood. Private schools convenient to Cimarron include Round Rock Christian Academy (PK-12), 2 miles away, and Challenger School - Round Rock (PK-2), 7 miles away.