Austin Neighborhood Videos
Explore the sights and sounds of unique Austin neighborhoods with our Austin video tours. Let our expert realtors take you on a tour of Austin’s most popular neighborhoods.
List of Neighborhood Videos
- Cedar Park
- Central Austin
- Downtown Austin
- Dripping Springs
- East Austin
- Lake Austin
- Lake Travis
- North Austin
- North Central Austin
- Northwest Austin
- Round Rock
- South Austin
- Southwest Austin
- West Austin
Our 2-3 minute Austin video tours allow you to explore top Austin neighborhoods without ever leaving your home. Each Austin video tour covers essential information about each neighborhood including:
- Location: What is the zip code and major geographical area for this neighborhood?
- Boundaries: Which major roads and highways surround this neighborhood?
- History: What is the background of this neighborhood?
- Home Styles: What types of home styles are common in this neighborhood? What year were the homes built?
- Home Pricing: What is the price range for homes in this neighborhood?
- Amenities: What extra amenities does this neighborhood offer?
- Schools: What schools could your kids attend in this neighborhood?
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Cedar Park, Texas, one of America’s fastest-growing cities, is responsible for the lion’s share of growth in Williamson County. As this community booms with infrastructure, businesses, and residential development, it has become more attractive to newcomers moving to areas north of Austin. Just 20 miles north of Downtown Austin, Cedar Park homes for sale offer the perfect combination of Hill Country scenery, a family-friendly atmosphere, and some of the most affordable real estate in the Greater Austin area.
The inventory of Cedar Park homes for sale offers a wide variety of styles and price points, from small ranch houses to large custom homes. Many new master-planned communities have developed with amenities such as pools, splash pads, event centers, bike paths, community greenbelts, and family playgrounds.
While older homes offer large lots and mature trees, many of Cedar Park homes for sale have modern interior finishes and energy-efficient construction. With the sizable presence of high tech employers like Dell, Samsung, and Apple all within a short distance, many buyers find living in Cedar Park an easy choice compared to commuting to and from Downtown Austin.
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Once buyers have made their decision to move to Austin, Texas, many of them start their search in the Central Austin area. Central Austin includes the areas of Downtown Austin and many sought-after neighborhoods such as Tarrytown, Rosedale, West Campus, Eastwood, N Campus/Dean Keeton, Hancock, and parts of Hyde Park. An eclectic, thriving city, Central Austin is the heartbeat for art, food, events, and activities that draw many in from surrounding areas to be a part of Austin’s creative culture. Many buyers of Central Austin homes for sale are accustomed to cities where people don’t venture downtown except for business. Not true in Austin, residents of surrounding towns and suburban neighborhoods routinely visit this place affectionately known as the Violet Crown.
The area of Central Austin is defined as the area north of the Colorado River, often referred to as Lady Bird Lake, as it winds through Downtown Austin and south of Hwy 290 and Allandale Road. With I-35 to the east, the area extends on both sides of MoPac Expressway / TX-1 as the road travels north through the city. Buyers searching for Central Austin homes for sale will find a variety of styles from craftsman-style bungalows, contemporary lofts, and condos to grand Victorian-era residences. Housing vernacular changes according to the neighborhood. What all of these communities have in common is a price point that reflects the desirability of their location.
Central Austin was slow in estimating the demand for high-rise living in and around the city. Many Central Austin condos for sale have just come to market, providing an exciting opportunity for buyers to live in an urban environment with beautiful views of Town Lake and the walking trails and parks along the banks of Zilker Park. Central Austin condos for sale also include renovations of buildings that have existed for some time. Many of these condos have been updated with modern appliances, yet keeping the charm that comes with apartments and condos built many years ago, such as decorative tile baths and retro-looking kitchens.
Single-family homes in Central Austin also reflect the current trends toward renovation and expansion. Many homes have been revamped to include features and finishes popular in today’s market. With an average size of just over 2,000 square feet, homes here may sacrifice living space for convenience and a prestigious address. A large area, Central Austin, has 6 Travis County zip codes, including 78701, 78703, 78705, 78731, 78751, 78756. Most Central Austin homes for sale are located in pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods with sidewalks and local cafes and coffee houses. Many residents can walk, bike, or take a local bus to their place of employment.
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Deep in the heart of Texas lies the city of Austin, with a population of over 2,000,000 people residing within the city limits. According to the Downtown Austin Alliance, the area represents a fast-growing and continually expanding marketplace. Downtown Austin homes for sale include 844 condominiums under construction in addition to over 2,500 units built since 2000. With Austin’s reputation as a “best city” and its ranking as one of the 11th largest cities in the U.S., it is no wonder that buyers searching in the area have a lot of real estate opportunities to consider.
Established in the early to mid-1830s, Edwin Waller designed Downtown Austin in a grid pattern over 640 acres. Even though Austin has experienced rapid growth at the street level, by viewing Downtown Austin’s impressive skyline, much of Waller’s design is still obvious today. The central business district and surrounding streets encompass portions of Travis County’s 78701 and 78703 zip codes. For buyers, Downtown Austin is considered to be between Martin Luther King Boulevard to the north, the Colorado River (Lady Bird Lake) to the south, Interstate 35 to the east, and N Lamar Boulevard to the west. The city spreads out on either side of the main street, Congress Avenue, which leads from the Colorado River to the Texas State Capitol.
Several districts divide Downtown Austin. Congress Avenue is the main boulevard with government buildings, hotels, and retail businesses lining the wide roadway. Downtown Austin’s Sixth Street District is well-known for its history and is the main entertainment district. With almost 23 million visitors a year, Downtown Austin’s Second Street District offers visitors dining and shopping. Rainey Street’s bars and eateries, hosted in tiny bungalows, are in walkable neighborhoods. The Red River Cultural District, running between the 600 to 900-block of Red River Street, is home to some of Austin’s finest galleries, art shops, and music venues.
Buyers considering Downtown Austin homes for sale will find luxury condo towers as well as smaller garden-style or loft condominiums. With an average size of over 1,500 square feet, Downtown Austin condos for sale offer an upscale, urban lifestyle with a sophisticated yet laid-back feel.
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Of the various smaller towns that surround Austin, Dripping Springs is beyond compare. As a gateway to the Texas Hill Country, rolling meadows and old-growth oak trees frame this pastoral landscape. Weekend visitors from Austin who are day-tripping should take care to slow down and enjoy the drive. A leisurely approach is not only to benefit whitetail deer along Highway US-290, but it is also part of the “country culture” in Dripping Springs.
This secluded area has an air of affluence but far from stuffy, where boots and suits are still business attire, and just about every Dripping Springs home for sale is horse and dog-friendly.
The charming town of Dripping Springs shares a history as old as the city of Austin, dating back to the 1850’s. Most of the architecture of Dripping Springs homes for sale is as traditional as the town itself. Simple dwellings range from log-style ranchers to larger historical Victorian estates. Beyond the native landscape of Downtown Dripping Springs homes for sale, you can find stately “gentleman ranches” up to full operating farms for sale. As the price line escalates, homebuyers will discover larger acre sites with water access. Among these higher-end properties, you will typically find Gablet metal roofs, and native limestone exteriors accented by clapboard shutters on the outside.
Due to the area’s rapid growth and development, many Dripping Springs homes for sale were constructed in the last decade. They have modern interiors, traditional stone stack chimney hearths, beam vaulted ceilings, and custom hardwood floors.
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East Austin is a large, eclectic area on the east side of the city that has seen a resurgence in the past decade as Downtown Austin’s ever-growing skyline continues to fill in. More than just a designation on the map, East Austin has come to represent itself as a unique identity among the various regions and neighborhoods that make Austin special. Located west of Interstate 35, east of US-183, south of US-290, and north of the river, East Austin homes for sale are in Travis County’s 78723, 78702, and 78721 zip codes. Buyers looking for homes in East Austin may want to consider Springdale, Forest Heights, Rosewood, MLK, Rathgeber Village, Govalle, Guadalupe-Saldana, Windsor Park, Holly or other small communities within this region.
A home is more than the sum of its parts. It is, by extension, part of the people who live there. Some people want to be part of a subdivision where the age and style of the homes are consistent. For buyers who value a unique style, the eclectic nature of these East Austin homes for sale is apparent from one front door to the next.
Driving through this community, one has a sense that homes in East Austin are a grab bag of individually-styled dwellings. From clapboard-sided historic homes, that predate the automobile, to contemporary wonders of cubic Bauhaus architecture, East Austin reflects the “Keep It Weird” attitude of many Austinites. But, buyers searching for East Austin homes for sale will also find lovingly-restored mid-century ranchers and eco-friendly metal roof bungalows with cisterns and xeriscaped yards. Amid this small section of Austin lies a cultural community that thrives because of the diversity of the people who inhabit this community.
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It is important to know the history of Lake Austin to understand the premium price tag of real estate in this area. Many buyers searching for Lake Austin homes for sale are confused by the lake part of its name. Included in the Colorado River’s Highland Lakes System, Lake Austin is a man-made reservoir that winds its way down from Lake Travis to the center of Downtown Austin. Formed in 1939 with the opening of Tom Miller Dam, Lake Austin was created for electrical power generation and flood control, and by doing so, it created a recreation area and shoreline that is valued for its beauty and cool, clear waters. Unlike Lake Travis itself, the water level along Lake Austin remains constant, assuring owners that their boats will never be landlocked, as is the case with other man-made lakes, at times during the year and during drought periods.
Home to some of Austin’s top executives, Lake Austin homes for sale provides an enviable lifestyle while being within an easy commute to Downtown Austin. With only two boat ramps for lake access along the river, one in Tarrytown and another along Hwy 360, having frontage along the river is the ultimate amenity. Lake Austin homes for sale, for the most part, have private access to the river. View the magnificent homes with boathouse as you coast northward from Downtown Austin. While there are some cottages of less than 1,000 square feet, many homes range upwards of 8,000 square feet. These larger estates, many built in the late 1990s to early 2000s, have boathouses, wine cellars, media rooms, Chef-style kitchens with walk-in pantries, and 5 to 7-bedroom floorplans.
Buyers of Lake Austin homes for sale will want to search neighborhoods like Apache Shores, Aqua Verde, Bellagio Estates, Caslano on Lake Austin, Laguna Loma, Mount Bonnell Shores, River Place, and Waters Edge, to name just a few. These communities line 22 miles (from Tom Miller Dam to Mansfield Dam) from Lake Travis to Downtown Austin. Most of the shoreline is privately owned by homeowners in these neighborhoods. Understanding the amount of shoreline with restricted access helps buyers better understand the price point of these properties.
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Lake Travis, a Colorado River reservoir, formed in 1942, located on the northwest side of Austin. Created as part of the Highland Lakes system by the Colorado River Authority, the lake controls the waters above Austin as well as providing power generation, water supply, and recreational activities.
Real estate along the 270 miles of winding shoreline reflects the premium placed on waterfront properties as well as the accessibility to Downtown Austin and other areas such as Spicewood, Jonestown, or Marble Falls. Buyers searching for Lake Travis should look in 78726, 78732, 78734, 78738, 78669, and 78641 zip codes as most homes are within Travis County.
Living at the lake is its particular lifestyle. Whether it is a small fishing cabin or an expansive Tuscan estate, the focus is always on the water. Many Lake Travis homes for sale have exceptional waterfront views, and some even have footage that may include a dock, boathouse, or cliff overlooking the river. Rolling hills and verdant canyons are adjacent to many areas of the river, providing buyers of Lake Travis homes for sale spectacular views from almost any window and creating the perfect setting for these Austin luxury homes.
Viewing listings for Lake Travis waterfront homes, buyers find a wide variety of sizes and styles as well as a substantial number of Lake Travis waterfront lots for sale. Neighborhoods such as Highland Lake Estates, Comanche Trail Estates, Paleface Homesteads, Vineyard Bay, Lakewood Estates, Laguna Vista, Villas on Travis condominiums, Lakecliff, Eck Lane Acres, Reserve at Lake Travis and Vineyard Bay offer spectacular homes along the water.
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For newcomers to Austin, understanding the various areas of the city and surrounding communities may be a challenge. Austin has major roadways that serve as boundary markers for several sections of the city, including North Austin.
Imagine an inverted triangle, North Austin’s southern apex is located at the point where Interstate 35 and US-183 intersect about 7 miles north of Downtown Austin. The other sides of the triangle become US-183 heading northwest and Interstate 35 heading northeast. The northern base of the triangle sits at TX-45, running east and west at the top of the triangle. The neighborhoods in between include Jollyville, McNeil, Wells Branch, North Burnet, Northwood, Wooten, Scofield Ridge, Mesa Park, Millwood, and many other small communities. Most North Austin homes are in Travis County’s 78727, 78728, 28729, 78753, 78758, 78759 zip codes.
Buyers searching for North Austin homes find a variety of homes built beginning in the late 1940s up to today. For some, these homes mean an opportunity to find a renovation project or fixer upper. Others may adore the well-established feel of traditional neighborhoods with sidewalks and streetlights, and many buyers want affordable housing convenient to where they work, excellent schools, or shopping areas. Listings for North Austin homes for sale are often contemporary, mid-century modern, or traditional styles and average about 2,200 square feet in size. Most homes are single-family with brick, stone and siding exteriors. They feature covered entries and patios and front-load garages or carports.
New construction is also popping up throughout North Austin with national builders creating new neighborhoods that take advantage of the area’s convenient location to schools and employment centers. Whatever the reason, there are North Austin homes for sale in neighborhoods to suit just about every buyer according to the price, style, and size.
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Sustainable Neighborhoods of North Central Austin, a civic organization, defines this area with these six neighborhoods: Crestview, Brentwood, Allandale, Highland, Wooten, and North Shoal Creek. Within many of Austin’s major highways, North Central Austin runs between TX-1 Loop / MoPac Expressway (W), Interstate 35 (E), FM-2222 / W Koenig Lane (S) and TX-45 (N). Buyers searching in this area look for communities in Travis County’s 78717, 78727, 78728, 78729, 78750, 78752, 78753, 78757, 78758, and 78759 zip codes.
To understand real estate in Austin, newcomers look at the growth patterns that began post-WWII and particularly in the decade of the 1950s, when suburban developments began to sprout rapidly in many US cities. What was then known as modern architecture, ranch-style homes became the original architectural style of houses built in this era. They were simple, single-story homes of about 1,000 square feet with open floor plans, small bedrooms, 1 or 2 bathrooms, and sliding glass doors that face to the backyard. Many had attached garages or carports, making them appear larger with a roofline that extended the entire width of the home.
As buyers begin their search, they find most North Central Austin homes for sale are what we now refer to as mid-century modern design. Over the years, many of these homes have been updated, renovated, or expanded, adding character, square footage, and a fresh appeal to what originally were small, modest residences.
Today, North Central Austin communities attract buyers due to their convenient location, good schools, affordability, lot size, ability to find a fixer-upper, and the fact that these are well-established neighborhoods with mature trees and large back yards. Buyers looking for North Central Austin homes for sale also find newer homes with more contemporary architecture and developments where builders have added traditional houses to expand the offerings of these well-located communities.
Overall, buyers searching for North Central Austin homes for sale find an average build date of 1987 and a size of almost 2,000 square feet. For those wanting access to all that Austin has to offer, this location is an excellent starting point centered between some of the area’s top roadways. If being near major employment centers, shopping, dining, and good schools are on your list, North Central Austin is where you begin your search.
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TX-45 bounds northwest Austin to the north just below Cedar Park, North Ranch to Market Road 620 to the west, and West Parmer Lane and TX-1 Loop to the east, and to Ranch to Market Road 2222 on the south. Some Northwest Austin maps extend the boundary to include neighborhoods to the Colorado River as the southern border. The area includes from 160 to 200 communities, municipal parks, and green space, shopping and convenience centers, and public and private schools. Within this area, are Northwest Austin homes for sale in Travis County’s 78726, 78727, 78729, 78730, 78731, 78732, 78750, 78759 zip codes.
Buyers searching for Northwest find a wide variety of homes dating to the 1950s, including 1 to 3-story residences. Many of these houses, constructed in the 1970s to 1990s, were built when Austin neighborhoods were expanding northward from the city. Most are traditional one and 2-story residences in brick, stone, stucco, and siding elevations. The majority offer 3 to 4-bedrooms, but many of the newer homes include flexible, open spaces such as home offices, media rooms, covered patios, and outdoor living areas.
The northwest area, home to Texas live oak trees, native shrubs, grasses, and wildflowers, leads into Austin’s famous Texas Hill Country. While many Northwest Austin homes for sale sit on typical suburban streetscapes, there are also many perched on gorgeous hillsides that overlook natural areas, creeks, and forests. Neighborhoods such as Laurel Canyon, Cat Mountain, Westminster Glen, Smokey Ridge, Jester Estate, or Shepard Mountain have much to offer buyers of Northwest Austin looking for a home with spectacular views.
Parts of Northwest Austin include communities with shoreline on the Colorado River. The best known of these, Steiner Ranch and River Place, are areas of high-end, custom homes that line the waterway with boathouses, beaches, and dockage. These homes, many with Mediterranean-inspired architecture, are some of the priciest of Northwest Austin. Their price point reflects the value Austinites place on being near the Colorado River for relaxation and leisure time activities. They also are indicative of the size of these residences, many averaging over 4,500 square feet, or the amount of frontage on the shores of the river.
As larger communities developed, Northwest Austin drew national builders creating what are now some of the area’s loveliest master-planned and golf course communities, including Steiner Ranch and River Place.
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With a history dating back to the mid-1800s, the city of Round Rock was named after a large rock that marked the low water crossing for wagons and livestock. Today, Round Rock is a vibrant community in the Greater Austin metropolitan area that marks the crossroads of Texas lifestyle and technology.
Originally called Brushy Creek, the area is now home to over 100,000 people. The old fishing ponds and meandering creeks have developed into master-planned communities such as Teravista, Paloma Lake, Forest Creek, Mayfield Ranch, and Siena. Austin’s thriving technology sector has brought in a highly educated and sophisticated workforce that has spurred economic growth throughout the region. Along with businesses and housing has come new schools, shopping centers, and medical facilities to serve an ever-growing population.
With so much growth moving northward from Austin, Round Rock has been a major focus of developers who found available land to build communities that offer exceptional schools, exciting shopping and dining, parks and greenbelts, and the kind of lifestyle that young professionals desire. Round Rock homes for sale are often the first homes that new residents consider due to the publicity the city has received from Forbes Magazine’s designation of Round Rock as the #1 metro area for jobs.
Newcomers moving to the Austin area should consider Round Rock for its wide variety of housing options and lifestyle amenities. Round Rock homes for sale include modest Texas ranch-style 1-story homes to magnificent, Tuscan-inspired mansions. While architectural styles vary, many homes in this area have brick, stone, and stucco exteriors that complement the Central Texas native shrubs and grasses that cover lots in these developments. National builders such as Ryland, Taylor Morrison, Centerra, and Lennar Homes are represented in many of these communities as well as local custom home builders. Round Rock homes for sale range from 1,100 square foot cottages to 7,000 square foot Gentleman’s Ranch Estates. What many of these homes have in common is Round Rock’s excellent school system and the natural beauty of the landscape that surrounds these areas.
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South Austin is a genuinely eclectic part of Austin that originated the phrase Keep Austin Weird. This Travis County region is in the 78704, 78745, 78748, and 78749 zip codes and features a broad range of home styles and sizes.
With an average build date of 1988, South Austin homes for sale offer nearly every type of architectural style imaginable. From small bungalows to traditional ranches, luxury condos, and high-end estates, South Austin has it all. Exteriors are stone, brick, siding, and stucco with shingle, tile, and metal roofs. Lots range from tiny parcels to half an acre to full acre properties. Additional outdoor features include covered front porches, covered back porches, courtyards, decks, pools, hot tubs, outdoor kitchens, and fire pits. Many established homes are remodeled while others wait for updating from a new owner. And in South Austin, it’s common to see a tiny, original home next door to a large contemporary structure.
Interiors average 1,700 square feet and are highly individualized. From 1 bedroom, one bathroom bungalows to expansive interiors with multiple bedrooms, bathrooms, and living areas, these homes offer a broad range of details. Many of the floor plans are open to maximize space, with kitchens overlooking the living and dining rooms. Floors are wood, tile, carpet, and concrete, while master suites are either cozy and intimate or a spacious, relaxing retreat.
Popular South Austin neighborhoods include Travis Heights, Bouldin, Zilker, Cherry Creek, Western Trails, and Barton Hills. For a full listing of all South Austin neighborhoods, please consult your Realty Austin agent.
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Southwest Austin has some of the best real estate around, featuring suburban neighborhoods with a relaxed feel that is very close to more urban amenities. Communities range from master-planned, production homes, condos, and established neighborhoods. This Travis County area includes the 78735, 78736, 78739, 78745, 78748, 78749, and 78752 zip codes.
With an average build date of 2003, Southwest Austin homes for sale have construction from the late 1970s to the present. As such, home styles range from condos to classic ranch, suburban, custom homes, and estates with brick, stone, siding, and stucco exteriors. Lots for sale are also available, with homesites ranging from modest parcels to small acreage. Outdoor features include stunning entryways, attractive landscaping, up to 4-car garages, pools, spas, covered patios, expansive decks, and private balconies. Larger estates offer multiple backyard gathering spaces, outdoor kitchens, and dramatic landscape lighting. Because many of the homes in this area are close to parks, greenbelts, and open green spaces, properties tend to take advantage of the spectacular views.
Interiors average 2,400 square feet with a range from 1,200 to vast estates with 5,000 square feet and larger. Regardless of size, floor plans are typically open with spacious kitchens that overlook living areas and breakfast nooks. Additional interior features include fireplaces, wood and tile floors, nicely sized master suites, and generous bathrooms. Larger estates offer an abundance of luxurious details like wine rooms, guest suites, and gourmet kitchens. Established homes often feature tasteful upgrades with surfaces and appliances, while others offer complete remodeling. Because of their fantastic location, these older homes are excellent candidates for adding personal touches from their new owners.
Neighborhoods in Southwest Austin include Shady Hollow, Bauerle Ranch, Brodie Heights, Sendera, Olympic Heights, Legend Oaks, Covered Bridge, and Estates of Bauerle Ranch. For a full listing of communities in Southwest Austin, please consult your Realty Austin agent.
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West Austin is an area of prime real estate that encompasses the western portion of the city east of MoPac Expressway from TX-71 to the south to the southern banks of Lake Austin. The closest areas to Downtown Austin are only 5 miles away while the furthest away is about 15 miles from the city. West Austin is in Travis County’s 78733, 78735, 78736, 78738, and 78746 zip codes.
Buyers visiting Austin for the first time may hear a lot about startups, technology, and the many highly-successful businesses that have their headquarters in this region. These homes reflect the success of many C-level executives living in the West Austin area.
West Austin homes for sale vary in style, size, and price with much depending on their proximity to Downtown Austin or the Colorado River. Those close to both the city and the river are usually the most prized. Neighborhoods like Barton Creek, Rob Roy, Davenport Ranch, and Seven Oaks offer buyers luxury residences that include amenities like boathouses, wine cellars, a private theater, a library, a guest house, some with expansive views overlooking gardens, fountains, and waterfalls. Areas like Rollingwood and Westlake Hills, with homes a bit smaller and older, offer more convenient access into the city.
The average size of West Austin homes is 4,500 square feet in size, with a build date of 1986. These homes range from 1 to 3-story buildings in brick, stucco, siding, marble, and glass elevations. Floor plans vary between open plans and traditional grand estates with up to 7 bedrooms. Within this area, there are also many less expensive neighborhoods that buyers should also consider, but overall, a West Austin address comes with a price tag to match.
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