Feeling good about the community you live in can be just as important as selecting the right home. As a local expert, I can help you find a neighborhood that best suits your needs. From local restaurants and activities to school information and market trends, explore the communities I serve below.

 

Map of Austin Neighborhoods

 

Central Austin:

Homes located in Central Austin give residents the convenience of the city and the comfort of a smaller community. Central Austin consists of established neighborhoods, charming homes and great schools. Located just minutes from Austin’s legendary downtown entertainment district, Lady Bird Lake, and University of Texas college campus, the Central Austin area holds true to its name; it is literally located in the middle of everything and anything Austin. Many new and longtime Central Austin residents choose to live in the area for the great location and lovely homes. From fixer uppers to newly-constructed, Central Austin has homes for just about every taste and style. If you are looking to settle in one of the most conveniently located areas in Austin, Central Austin is everything you need and more.

Downtown:

Downtown Austin is by far one of the most sought after residential markets in the region. The convenient location gives downtown residents the opportunity to walk to work, dinner, musical venues and night clubs. From young professionals to families and retirees, this vibrant Austin neighborhood is uniquely Austin and appeals to all kinds of homebuyers. The area is filled with a wide array of restaurants, one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques, and one of the most eclectic entertainment scenes in the state. Downtown Austin residents are passionate about where they live; perhaps that is why over 9,000 people call downtown Austin home. If you are searching for a home in on of the most exciting areas of Austin, the energetic downtown community may be the neighborhood you seek.

North Austin:

Although North Austin is comprised of quiet, peaceful neighborhoods, the area is surrounded by excellent shopping, restaurants and recreational activities. The North Austin area is only about a 15 minute drive from downtown and is conveniently located to many of the city’s major employers. North Austin is known for its affordable housing and close proximity to wide array of businesses and shops. Major roadways including FM 620, U.S. 183, IH-35 Mo-Pac and the new toll roads make navigating around North Austin quick and easy.

North Central:

New development has recently caused the North Central Austin neighborhoods to boom. The area’s outdoor, high-end shopping mall and residential area, known as the Domain, opened in 2007 along with Arbor Walk, another shopping center located right across Braker Lane. Whether you are searching for a brand-new condo or a charming 1950s-style home, North Central Austin can give you both. The area is home to several established neighborhoods consisting of tree-lined streets and well-tended yards. North Central Austin offers residents quiet, suburban environment just minutes away from Austin’s energetic downtown area and major tech employers.

Northwest:

Commonly referred to as Austin’s most scenic area, Northwest Austin properties feature beautiful hill country views at every turn. While the neighborhoods in Northwest Hills are serene and quiet, this area of Austin in located only minutes away from several high-tech companies, excellent restaurants and great shopping spots like the Domain, Lakeline Mall and Arboretum. Northwest Austin consists of established communities containing several well-regarded schools, charming homes and lush, green parks. The majority of homes in this area feature mature trees, spacious floor plans, gorgeous views and good-sized lots.

Northeast:

Northeast Austin is perfect Austin area for those seeking affordable homes in a convenient location. Northeast Austin’s proximity to major roadways such as IH-35, Highway 183 and 130 make it easy for residents to travel just about anywhere in the city. Northeast Austin is within close proximity to major tech employers, well-maintained city parks, retail shopping centers and medical facilities. This Austin area has seen huge growth and expansion over the past decade. Most understand Northeast Austin to be the area bordered by Parmer to the north, Highway 290 and 183 to the south, Highway 130 to the east and IH-35 to the west. Students living in Northeast Austin neighborhoods attend Austin ISD and Pflugerville ISD schools.

South:

If you are searching for an Austin neighborhood that is nice, quiet, and overall a bang for your buck, South Austin is the ideal neighborhood for you. South Austin neighborhoods are friendly, eclectic and cozy. The area is filled with trendy boutiques, hip coffee shops and a plethora of restaurants ranging from fine dining to food trailers. Whether you prefer an older home with Austin charm or a brand-new home in a master-planned community, South Austin has something to offer everyone. South Austin is known for its music scene, popular “SoCo” shopping strip and hippy vibe. South Austin has seen tremendous growth and development over the past few years, but has been able to keep its “Keep Austin Weird” feel. This area of Austin is definitely a place people from all around the globe prefer to live.

South Central:

South Central Austin is bounded by Lady Bird Lake, Highway 71, Interstate 35 and Mo-Pac. South Central Austin encompasses the eclectic, yet upscale areas of South Congress Avenue, Downtown Entertainment District, Zilker Park and the Parmer Events Center. If you are looking to move to an Austin area with a truly modern, urban atmosphere, there is no better area than this one. From young families to older professionals, if you love the unique Austin culture, you will equally love living in South Central Austin.

Southeast:

Southeast Austin encompasses a fairly large area including subdivisions such as East Riverside and rural towns just outside the city limits like Del Valle and Creedmoor. Home prices in Southeast Austin are generally more affordable than other areas due to the age of the homes. However, significant growth in Austin has caused a recent boom in Southeast Austin and much of the area has undergone major development. Brand-new condo communities and local businesses have emerged in Southeast Austin due to the affordable property and have turned the area into a very desirable place to live. Points of interest in the area include the Colorado Greenbelt, McKinney Falls State Park and the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.

Southwest:

Southwest Austin is the ideal location for those looking to live within a close proximity to downtown, but want the affordability and convenience of South Austin. Residents living in Southwest Austin are close to great outdoor recreational areas such as the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center and also excellent shopping areas like Barton Creek Mall and Southpark Meadows. In Southwest Austin, you will find a wide variety of subdivisions to reside in as well as home prices to fit every budget. Here you will find newer neighborhoods such as Austin’s largest and most desirable community, Circle C, as well as older, established neighborhoods such as Oak Hill. If you are searching for an area that combines the quirkiness of the city with quiet, safe neighborhoods, Southwest Austin is just the place for you.

East:

Located just 2 miles from downtown Austin, East Austin is an energetic, diverse mix of housing and culture. Over the past decade, East Austin has undergone rapid development and is becoming one of Austin’s most popular neighborhoods. From stunning, refurbished single-family homes to brand-new condo communities, East Austin can suit nearly every housing need. The relatively affordable property in East Austin has attracted a number of residents and business owners alike. East Austin’s convenient location gives residents quick access to some of Austin’s most popular hotspots including, Lady Bird Lake, East 6th Street, Sam’s BBQ. The boundaries of East Austin include IH-35, Lady Bird Lake, Manor Road and Springdale Road.

East Central:

East Central Austin is becoming increasingly popular. Its affordability and proximity to downtown and the University of Texas make the area extremely appealing to homebuyers. While the majority of neighborhoods in East Central Austin developed in the early 1900’s, many newer, modern-style homes have made their way into the area. Homes in East Central Austin range from mod bungalows to massive Victorian-style estates, providing options for nearly all types of homebuyers. Residents in East Central Austin enjoy many amenities including parks, pools and libraries as well as a close proximity to Lady Bird Lake and other downtown Austin attractions.

West:

West Austin is known for its picturesque Texas Hill Country views and beautiful homes. This area of Austin not only offers residents great views, but also top-notch schools, great shopping, and golf courses. From luxury estates to condominium developments, West Austin has something for all types of buyers. While West Austin is home to numerous warm and friendly, conveniently located neighborhoods, it is also home to two of the seven Highland Lakes, Lake Austin and Lake Travis. Whether you are searching for a home with direct lake access or one with a hill top view, you are sure to find it in West Austin.

West Central:

Located directly west of Downtown Austin, where the hustle and bustle of the city stops and the tranquility of quiet, established neighborhoods sets in, is an area commonly referred to as West Central Austin. West Central Austin is known for its historic homes, oak-lined streets and centrally located neighborhoods. Residents of West Central Austin also enjoy the area’s wide variety of stylish boutiques, numerous restaurants, cozy coffee shops and unique antique shops. From young professionals to families, West Austin is home to a diverse population. If you are seeking a home in the heart of Austin, TX but don’t want to deal with the fuss of the downtown urban living, West Central Austin is just the area for you.

West Lake Hills:

Its close proximity to downtown, Lake Austin and exemplary schools make Westlake Hills one of the most desirable areas in Austin to live. Although Westlake was once considered the outskirts of Austin, the area is now considered central to the city. The Westlake Hills area is just minutes away from popular Austin attractions such as Barton Springs, the 2nd Street District and Hill Country Galleria, yet it continues to give off an upscale, small town feel. Westlake offers some of the most exclusive real estate in Austin. If the luxury homes, hill country views and established neighborhoods don’t attract you, then maybe the well-regarded, award-winning schools will. Students living in Westlake attend schools under one of the best school districts in the state, Eanes ISD.