Artsy and creative? We’ve got it in East Austin. Historic homes with mature trees? Check out Hyde Park. Rolling hills and great schools? Well, that’s Northwest Hills. High rises and walkable to activities? Look no further than Downtown.
We are a diverse city, and each of our neighborhoods has a different vibe, often with a different type of architecture. Whether you are new to Austin or just looking to explore our great city, we can help you determine where you fit in. We invite you to explore these Central Austin neighborhoods where we share neighborhood history, provide a peak at sample homes, and offer insights to help you discover your place in Austin.
For simplicity sake, we included some of the smaller neighborhoods under larger neighborhood titles. Just hold those labels loosely ‘cuz folks here have strong feelings about the place they call home and the name it goes by.
Developed in the 1950s, Allandale is known for its shady streets winding along Shoal Creek, slightly larger lots, and mid-century style. It's authentically Austin.
Tree-lined streets with scenic vistas are a hallmark of this eclectic community where the "keep Austin weird" spirit reigns supreme. Nearby Zilker Park is also a draw.
Established in 1886, charming bungalows and thoughtfully renovated homes give this neighborhood storybook character. Restaurants and boutiques are steps away.
Close to downtown and the University of Texas, these neighborhoods are home to cool coffee shops, hip eateries, and adorable bungalows.
Filled with mid-century homes built for veterans returning from WWII, these smaller homes are hidden behind Burnet Road and Anderson Lane.
Urban living at its best, downtown residents enjoy the best of Austin's entertainment with convenience to restaurants, live music, and Lady Bird Lake.
Once Austin's first suburb, you'll find an eclectic mix of historic homes and multi-family residences here. Entertainment and dining are within easy reach.
This new master-planned community sits on the site of Austin's original airport. The homes here enjoy easy access to dining, shopping, gardens, and parks.
One of Austin's earliest neighborhoods, Pemberton Heights has elegant homes situated on large lots. It's a comfortable commute to downtown or the University.
Rosesdale is known for its charming Tudor cottages and bungalows built in the 1930s and 1940s. Many renovation projects keep this central neighborhood vibrant.
Another popular South Austin community, residents can walk to the entertainment along South Congress while still enjoying seclusion among the tree-lined streets.
This affluent neighborhood is regarded for its schools and upscale residences nestled in the hills, often with views of the lake and the downtown skyline.
Austin’s multifaceted appeal makes it the envy of many cities across the nation. We’re known for our music, creativity, technological prowess, entrepreneurial spirit, strong university, natural beauty, and great food. Plus, we like to keep it weird.
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