Neighborhoods/Communities

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Neighborhoods

Austin’s neighborhoods share the common thread of an enviable Austin vibe, yet each has a distinctly unique tone. From urban high-rises to bungalows or suburban ranch-style homes, to sprawling estates and maste...
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North

The North part of the city consists of Austin neighborhoods with active neighborhood associations serving close-knit, multigenerational communities. People know their neighbors here and residents favor the cent...
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Barton Creek

Barton Creek is located just minutes west of downtown Austin, 15 minutes from the Austin Bergstrom International Airport, and minutes away from some of the best dining and shopping the Hill Country has to offer...
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South

Venture south across Lady Bird Lake, aka Town Lake, to find eclectic, unvarnished, and casual. Great neighborhoods with a real community feel are in South Austin. So is SoCo or South Congress, arguably one of t...
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Bouldin Creek

Bouldin Creek Texas School for the Deaf was established in 1856 and is Bouldin Creek’s largest institution. A tad eccentric and delightfully diverse, the residents of this neighborhood vary as dramatically as ...
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Barton Hills

Barton Hills Within walking distance of Austin’s crown jewel, Zilker Park, Barton Hills has one of the best locations in Austin. Tree-filled, beautiful, and hilly enough to offer scenic vistas, this neighborho...
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Travis Heights

Travis Heights Known today for its highly sought-after real estate and political activism as much as its enviable location, Travis Heights’ development first took off in a big way in the 1920s. Historical, ecl...
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Circle C

Circle C About 20 minutes southwest of downtown, Circle C is a master-planned community of about 2,700 homes on approximately 4,000 acres. It is also home to the Circle C Tennis Center, Circle C Golf Course, a...
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West

A West Austin address has cache, and usually a gorgeous older home sitting on a manicured lawn. The communities to the west skew toward the high end of the housing scale and, generally speaking, the climate lea...