West Lake Hills is a prestigious community located west of Lake Austin known for its rolling hills and beautiful landscapes.
St. Edwards Don't let the proximity to the university fool you. Artists and ambitious young professionals are calling this neighborhood home. Most describe it as ‘homey’ and ‘neighborly’ and best of all, ‘quirky’. When outsiders think about Austin and ‘keeping it weird’ this neighborhood comes to mind. The St. Edwards neighborhood is bordered on the
Old Enfield, the oldest neighborhood located in Old West Austin Historic District, is a historic neighborhood with elegant homes and top performing schools.
Gracywoods Gracywoods is a charming, “small-town-feel” neighborhood attracting a lot of attention due to The Domain with it’s 5 star shopping and high class dining, resurgent Burnet Road and even a brewery movement happening close-by. Nestled near the intersections of North Lamar Blvd. and West Braker Lane it’s only a 20 min drive into downtown. Beautifully woven walking and jogging paths
North Shoal Creek For folks wanting to enjoy a peaceful, quiet, traditional neighborhood, the North Shoal Creek neighborhood is a great find. The area is ‘convenient to everything’ as many who live in the neighborhood say. Whether you need to get to the grocery store, the school, or the post office: North Shoal Creek is
Highland Park West Running along Mopac and Ranch Road 2222, Highland Park West neighborhood is upscale, with most homes currently running for about 650,000+. The neighborhood is accentuated, like many communities in North Central Austin, by lush, well maintained greenery lining the streets. Highland Park West is a treat for the senses in many ways,
Westgate Developed in the fifties & sixties, this sweet semi-urban community is located 5 miles from downtown Austin, tucked between MoPac and Highway 71. Most people recognize the Westgate neighborhood from the always-bustling Central Market grocery and shopping center. Prior to the development of The Westgate Shopping Center which was developed in the early 90’s,
South Congress Revisited Some Austin neighborhoods are so iconic, so representative of the unique feel of our city, that they deserve a second look. The South Congress neighborhood is home to Austinites who want a high-status address with walkable options for food, fun, and shopping. From the famous “I love you so much” mural on
Wooten Wooten is bounded by Burnet Road, Anderson Lane, and Research BLVD (aka hwy 183). Once upon a time this bustling residential neighborhood had a bad rap, but that turned around quickly! This affordable Austin hot-spot is minutes from downtown and just a few more minutes from the fastest growing tech job community known as
St. Johns Located in northeast Austin at the intersections to Hwy. 290 and 183 and I-35, and a quick 10 minute drive to downtown Austin, the St. Johns neighborhood is one of the most affordable areas of the city. St. Johns is an older, ethnic community that resembles what Austin’s East side of years past,