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Central Austin Real Estate Statistics
Central Austin real estate is truly one of a kind. Comprised of several nostalgic neighborhoods as well as vibrant downtown Austin, it is no surprise that each of Central Austin's neighborhoods are as unique and diverse as the people who live here. Central Austin is the most electric part of the city, and everyone who lives in Central Austin homes share a connection that cannot truly be understood until you've experienced that connection for yourself.
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Homes For Sale In Central Austin
Among the countless community amenities offered by homes for sale in Central Austin are; trendy restaurants, upbeat clubs, live music events, historic architecture, and so much more. Central Austin is also home to the State Capitol Building, and the University of Texas. Setting it apart from almost any other major city, Austin is gushing forth with opportunities to hike, bike, run, walk, row, kayak, golf, tennis, and virtually anything else you could want to do outdoors. Central Austin real estate puts you right in the heart of all of this, and if this is what gets your blood moving, Central Austin homes could be the perfect fit for you.
With homes ranging from 100+ year old Victorian architectures, to cozy condominiums and craftsman cottages, Hyde Park stretches from 51st Street on the north, to 38th Street on the south, and is bordered by Guadalupe Street on the west and Duval/Airport Street on the east. Prices range from ~$250,000 – $1,000,000. Great for anyone from families, to students, to young professionals. Central Market is only a few minutes’ walk away.
A more spacious, and family-centric locale, Tarrytown offers the feel of a small neighborhood within a small town, just 10 minutes outside of downtown Austin! Great schools as well as a sense of community within the neighborhood, keep the families that live here well connected. If you’re looking for lots with a bit more acreage, and a small community feel within the larger city, this could be the place for you. Homes range from ~$400,000 – $1,000,000+.
Former home to Austin’s aristocracy during the ’30s and ’40s, Old Enfield/Pemberton lays claim to the area contained within Lamar, MoPac, 15th and 29th Streets. This community is unique in that it offers upscale grandeur, yet a warm and cozy atmosphere that says “Welcome to Austin!”. This highly sought after community is also home to Austin’s beautiful Pease Park, and with the established nature of the community, there are almost no rentals in this neighborhood. Homes average around $1 million, though they can range between around $500,000 and even up to around $9 million.
Old West Austin
Old West Austin, or OWA, is a neat neighborhood nestled in between Lamar, MoPac, Enfield, and Lady Bird Lake. This community is home to classic homes, dignified mansions, and newly built retro-modern houses, and residents enjoy one of the most walker-friendly locations in the city. Thriving retail corridors and classic Austin style are at your footfall in this one of a kind community. Homes run at a median price of $522,500.
Rosedale is yet another great example of a pedestrian’s paradise located in Central Austin. Existing between Hancock Drive, 38th street, Shoal Creek, and Lamar, homes in this area combine the attraction of the 1940′s bungalow, with the less traditional homes sporting that Austin flare. Central Market is only a few steps away, as well as kid and dog friendly Ramsey Park. You can expect all of this in Central Austin for between $375,000 – $765,000.
Tucked between MoPac, Burnet, Anderson Lane, and 45th Street, Allandale in Central Austin is a lively community where neighbors look after neighbors, and walkers and bikers feel at home. Developed primarily in the ’60s and ’70s, many homes offer 3 and 4 bedroom layouts to accommodate just about any size family. With Central Austin at your fingertips, Allandale homes will run a median price of around $318,000.
Crestview is that place where young and old meet in perfect harmony, and past and present come together to offer the best of both worlds – then and now. Residents in Crestview love talking about their community, which is no stranger to young families and 1950′s homes. Established local businesses, as well as young Austin upstarts marry the eclectic atmosphere that makes up this part of the city, and modern community meets antiquated charm when residents use the power of the internet, along with pure kindheartedness to look after one another. Homes fall within the $230,000 price range.
Only 3 miles from the heart of Downtown, Mueller is a new master planned community within the Central Austin, area that boasts a diverse array of home types ranging widely in price. This trendy neighborhood geared for the modern Austinite, is located along IH 35 between 51st Street and Airport Blvd. While still in development, the community shares space with the Dell Children’s Medical Center, retail shops, restaurants, parks, and trails. Homes vary from affordable condos to larger family residences, ranging from $250,000 – $1,000,000+.
Known as one of the coolest places to live in Austin, Travis Heights sits in South Central Austin, and is home to many artists, musicians, and families of all kinds. Within walking distance from eclectic shopping and restaurants, and minutes from downtown Austin, Travis Heights is as much a lifestyle as it is a neighborhood. With Stacy Park running through the middle of the area, it’s easy to find a shady tree or a pool on a hot summer day. Homes see a median price of around $405,000.
Just minutes from Downtown, Zilker Park, the trails at Lady Bird Lake, and neighboring community to Travis Heights, Bouldin Creek is a diverse array of cottages, condos, and newly constructed modern homes that span the last 7 decades. Equally as charming are the folks who live in and protect the standards of the neighborhood. This is a great place to live in Austin. Prices range depending on the home from around $300,000 – $1,000,000.
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Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from March 2nd, 2024 at 12:46pm CST. Neither the Board nor ACTRIS guarantees or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. The Austin Board of REALTORS®, ACTRIS and their affiliates provide the MLS and all content therein "AS IS" and without any warranty, express or implied. Data maintained by the Board or ACTRIS may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.
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