Circle C Ranch is a master-planned community, located in southwest Austin, just 12 miles south of downtown. It is one of Austin’s most sought-after suburbs due to its ample community amenities, highly-rated schools, and award-winning community builders. Circle C Ranch places an emphasis on outdoor-living and takes full advantage of it’s beautiful hill country surroundings.


Development of Circle C Ranch began in 1982 and has since evolved into a quiet, family-oriented, master-planned community chock full of amenities! Located a mere 20-minute commute to downtown Austin, Circle C attracts many families looking for a quieter way of life, not too far from the city. The community is made up of nine subdivisions, 600-acres of parkland, five public schools, miles of hike and bike trails, as well as many local shops and eateries.

Additionally, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is located in Circle C and attracts visits from all over the state. It features more than 900 species of native plants and holds events and educational programs throughout the year.


Perhaps the heart of Circle C Ranch is the Circle C Community Center complete with multiple spaces available for rent, as well as a community pool with a beach entry, slide, and splash pad. The Circle C Swim Center is another popular destination which boasts a year-round, heated, outdoor, Olympic-sized pool with lap swimming and a toddler pool. There is also the Avana Swim Center and Grey Rock Amenity Center for residents to enjoy. The Circle C Metropolitan Park is made up of nearly 600 acres of land, complete with basketball and volleyball courts, soccer fields, disc golf, playscapes, and miles of hike and bike trails.

There are a variety of local and chain restaurants in Circle C, some of which include Willie’s BBQ, Mangieri’s Pizza Cafe, Satellite...Eat.Drink.Orbit., Evangeline Cafe, Waterloo Ice House, Mandola’s Italian, and Cypress Grill.


Circle C Ranch is home to top schools in the Austin-area and is served by Bear Creek Elementary, Clayton Elementary, Kiker Elementary, Mill Elementary, Gorzycki Middle School, and Bowie High School.

The architecture of homes in Circle C Ranch is mostly characterized by contemporary-traditional, newer builds with Spanish revival influences. Many homes in the area were built by popular builders ​​K.B. Homes, CalAtlantic Homes, David Weekly, D.R. Horton, and Standard Pacific. Prices start in the mid 300’s and can exceed two million.