Welcome to the Bauerle Ranch Owner's Association community website representing

Bauerle Ranch and the Estates of Bauerle Ranch communities.

Bauerle Ranch is a beautiful Hill Country area with great features including:

  • 300 acres of green space
  • 20 minutes from downtown Austin
  • Please click here for Area Information

Click Here for a map of the master plan

 Community Amenities Include:

  • Attached Private Garages
  • Beautiful Landscaping
  • Cable TV
  • Close to Dining
  • Close to Expressway
  • Close to City Lakes
  • Close to Schools
  • Close to Shopping
  • Common Area
  • Community Pool
  • Excellent Schools
  • High Speed Internet Access
  • Open Space
  • Park Area
  • Playground
  • City Water/Sewer
  • Sidewalks with Street Lamps


Driving Directions for Bauerle Ranch:

Mopac South, East on Slaughter,

Right on Lindshire to the end

Please click here for a more detailed map

Click here to watch video


Driving Directions for the Estates at Bauerle Ranch:

Mopac South, East on Slaughter,

Right on Brodie, Left on Sesbania

Please click here for a more detailed map

If you see an association related emergency before or after the normal weekday hours of 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM (e.g. a water leak or other non-police related matter) please call RealManage at 1-866-473-2573.

Check out the Resident Portal for quick access to your unit specific information such as financial or violation history!
Log on by going to http://www.ciranet.com/ResidentPortal/Login/.
This service, while running in conjunction with your Association website, requires a separate login.
For questions or login information about the Resident Portal, please contact service@ciramail.com.

If you are having trouble with your login name or password for your Association website, please contact websites@ciramail.com.

This web site is developed, supported and managed by RealManage,
a property management firm that manages community associations including homeowner associations (HOAs), condominium associations, cooperatives, luxury high-rises, municipal utility districts and large master-planned communities.