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.

Clarksville | Rosedale | Brykerwoods | Hyde Park

Neighborhoods

Clarksville

Clarksville is part of Old West Austin—a section of town on the National Register of Historic Places, with some of the oldest (and most majestic) homes in the city, dating as early as the 1870s. West Lynn—the most happening avenue in the ‘hood—has some of the city’s coziest local places—restaurants, a grocery, a nursery, cafes, and even an old-fashioned pharmacy. The streets are perfect for leisurely strolls, be them solitary, with your pup, with your love, or as a family. Magnolia trees and Confederate jasmine line them in the spring; paired with beautifully messy and pristine gardens, scents of spring linger throughout its grid.

East to west from N. Lamar to MoPac, and north to south from Enfield to 5th Street

BOUNDARIES

LOCAL GEMS

$780K | $449/SF

MEDIAN HOME PRICE

Rosedale

Rosedale has seen a growth spurt in the past couple years with local businesses popping up all over as young families and young professionals have flocked to its reasonably priced homes, most of which were built in the mid-1900s. It’s a great neighborhood for brunching, and if you love coffee, Rosedale may be the perfect neighborhood for you, with five coffeeshops calling Rosedale home. Ramsey Park is a family- and dog-friendly escape with a community pool and plenty of room to play.

Hancock Drive, 38th Street, Shoal Creek, Lamar

BOUNDARIES

LOCAL GEMS

$614K | $381/SF

MEDIAN HOME PRICE

 

Brykerwoods

Settled in the late 1800s, Brykerwoods is another example of an old, much-adored Austin neighborhood. Because of its proximity to Seton and UT—and its sought-after school district—its a preferred neighborhood for medical and academic professionals. The neighborhood is home to the beautiful Shoal Creek Park, the original Kerbey Lane Cafe, and handfuls of local boutiques and shops.

35th Street to the north, Westover to the south, N. Lamar to the east, and MoPac to the west

BOUNDARIES

LOCAL GEMS

$1.2M | $458/SF

MEDIAN HOME PRICE

Hyde Park

A few miles north of downtown and just north of UT, Hyde Park is a historic, well-manicured neighborhood with some of the most beautiful houses in the city. Built in the late 1800s, its homes have an old-world charm, and its streets are lined by trees far their elder. One of Austin’s infamous moontowers towers over the center of the neighborhood, reminding you of the city’s rich history. Local businesses thrive on every corner—some quite well-known and long-standing. Swing by Avenue B Grocery for a sandwich, take a glassblowing class at Blue Moon Glassworks, stroll through the Elizabet Ney Museum filled with her sculpture collection, or grab a glass of wine and paella at Vino Vino on its long-loved paella night. People of all natures call Hyde Park home—families and college students alike.

38th and 51st streets, Guadalupe, Duval

BOUNDARIES

LOCAL GEMS

$589K | $417/SF

MEDIAN HOME PRICE