Wildhorse Creek Homes For Sale

Wildhorse Creek



Manor, Texas exemplifies the peaceful small-town lifestyle which is one big reason why residents love Wildhorse Creek. This Travis County neighborhood is in the 78653 zip code and close to major thoroughfares and recreation while still maintaining a more rural feel. Wildhorse is a place for visionaries. Build your home and your life — or create a new business — on the same land that another Austin trailblazer once called home — the 19th-century homestead of Colonel George J Eppright.

With an average build date of 2007, Wildhorse Creek homes also offer newly-built residences that have every updated feature that relocators seek. Look for exteriors of stone and brick, tidy landscapes, generous backyards ideal for BBQs and gatherings. Home styles are classic suburban designs and offer 1 and 2-story options. Interiors live large averaging 2,000 square feet with 3-4 bedrooms, and including 2-3 bathrooms. With open floor plans and higher ceilings, modest spaces feel more expansive and efficient. Expect details like open kitchens with granite countertops, French doors, fireplaces, studies and convenient upstairs utility rooms.

Wildhorse Creek residents enjoy a wonderful location for recreation and peaceful country life. They also love that they can walk less than one mile to the Manor Library Community Center, and drive less than 2 miles to play 18 rounds of golf at ShadowGlen Golf Club. SunCrest Farm is only 4 miles away, ideal for horse lovers looking to board or take lessons. While there are shopping and dining right in Manor, residents can drive just 9 miles to Tech Ridge Shopping Center where they find an HEB grocery store, Target, Hobby Lobby and Gold’s Gym. 


The Manor ISD serves the students of Wildhorse Creek. Younger students attend Blake Manor Elementary (PK-5) before moving to Manor Middle (6-8) and Manor High School (9-12). The district has a reputation for an emphasis on high-tech education, evidenced in the Manor High Technology High School (9-12) which admits students on a lottery basis. Private school options include Creative World Learning Center (PK) less than two miles away and a 10-mile drive to Austin Peace Academy (PK-12).