East Austin

Offers a vibrant and diverse mixture of housing, dining, and shopping.

Welcome to East Austin

East Austin offers a vibrant and diverse mixture of housing, dining, and shopping. Rapidly becoming one of Austin’s most beloved areas, gentrification has transformed much of the Eastside over the last decade and brought with it an eclectic mix of shopping & dining options. From luxury condominiums and townhomes to refurbished bungalows, East Austin offers relatively affordable housing with close proximity to both the University of Texas and Downtown Austin. Popular area hotspots include Franklin’s Barbecue, Launderette, Cisco’s, and Suerte.
 

Cherrywood

Cherrywood is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in East Austin. Several smaller neighborhoods are also included in this area including Delwood, French Place, Schieffer, and University Park. Boasting a convenient location with easy access to Downtown Austin, as well as the Greater Austin area, Cherrywood is desirable for young professionals and investors alike.
 

French Place

French Place is located in the historic part of East Austin and features charming bungalows, craftsman cottages, ranch-style homes, and modern townhomes. With a ‘Keep Austin Weird’ vibe, the neighborhood caters to a thriving artist community, burgeoning dining scene, and a hint of ‘old school’ Austin. Homeowners enjoy easy commutes to Downtown Austin employers including the Dell Medical School at the University of Texas, St. David’s Medical Center, and HQ2 for both Facebook & Google.
 

East Central

Some of Austin's most desirable neighborhoods aren't on the banks of the Colorado River or perched on the rolling hills of Texas Hill Country. They are minutes from the Texas State Capitol in East Austin's 78702 zip code. Located in Travis County and just 2 miles from Downtown Austin, Central East Austin is a community that buyers will surely want to check out. Austin's history and modern amenities mingle in a neighborhood with as much diversity in its architecture as in its residents. Central East Austin homes for sale run the gamut from early 1900s bungalows and beautiful ornate Victorians to contemporary and modern industrial homes built in the last 10 years. This tree-lined neighborhood offers ample cultural opportunities, green spaces, and convenient access to downtown shopping, Brackenridge Hospital, and UT Austin. Cool restaurants and bars are arriving in the area, all within easy walking or biking distance.
 

Holly

Located in East Austin, Holly is an up-and-coming neighborhood featuring larger colonial homes, luxury condominiums, and modern townhomes. Most notable for its convenient location to all that Downtown Austin has to offer including the Rainey District, Holly is also home to several Austin hot spots including Launderette, Veracruz All Natural, Cenote, and Juan in a Million.
 

Mueller

Austinites are proud to live in a city that's considered a leader in innovation and sustainability, and to date, no other residential development has generated as much excitement and is greeted with such enthusiasm as the Austin Mueller development. This success story in revitalization has garnered national recognition. Started in 2007, and built on the grounds of the old Austin Mueller Airport, this master-planned community is thriving. The 700-acre site is an urban village, and Mueller homes for Sale feature an inventory of everything from townhomes, rowhouses, and yard homes to a small contingent of condo houses and rental apartments. Leading builders in the area created quality designs for the Mueller homes for sale, including David Weekley, Avi, Streetman, Standard Pacific, and Centerra. The idyllic charm of Mueller is obvious at first sight. Housing density encourages pedestrian transit, and strict green housing guidelines are maintained throughout the residential and commercial core. Even the on-site grocery store is a landmark of leadership in energy and environmental design. With over 140 acres of open space and parkland, this close-knit community provides a diverse environment and plenty of neighborhood events for residents to enjoy.
 

Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King, or MLK, is a larger Eastside neighborhood. It is rather far from downtown and is seeing a lot of gradual improvement with newer, larger homes and townhouses being built in the area. There is ample green space in the neighborhood which, along with the new construction, offsets the remoteness from central Austin and tends to drive up property values.
 
Several local highways and major thoroughfares pass through the neighborhood, making it easier to commute to other parts of the city. Public transportation is readily accessible with multiple public bus routes.

Rosewood

Rosewood is highlighted by its close proximity to downtown and the University of Texas. With ample green space including area parks featuring playgrounds and picnic areas, Rosewood also features a Recreation Center complete with a swimming pool, sports courts, and a playground. Children in the area enjoy the Millennium Youth Entertainment Complex which features an indoor roller skating rink, a bowling alley, an arcade, a movie theater, and a food court.
 

University Hills

University Hills features affordable and well-maintained ranch-style homes on larger lots in East Austin. Based on the name, buyers might think that this collection of homes is near the University of Texas but, in fact, they are actually in the region known as Heritage University. The neighborhood has a strong sense of community and features a community swimming pool, hike & bike trails, and ample green space. Little known fact: the area is situated on a dormant volcano, which has led to rich soil and plentiful gardening for many residents.
 

Windsor Park

Windsor Park is a well-established neighborhood north of Downtown Austin featuring ranch-style homes built primarily in the mid-1900s. Buyers who love mid-century modern style and ranch home design will love Windsor Park homes for sale. Averaging over 1,100 square feet of living space, these 2 and 3-bedroom homes reflect an era that provided functional living spaces and clean lines. As millennial tastes favor the same simplicity, this region is part of what makes the East side of Austin so popular among younger homeowners. Many newly renovated homes have taken care to preserve the same mid-century aesthetic that has resurfaced as fashionable today. Residents enjoy easy access to the University of Texas & Downtown Austin, several area parks including Bartholomew District Park, playgrounds complete with splash pads, and a golf course.
 

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Sean understands that the home buying/selling process is one of the biggest decisions in the client's lives and he takes pride in making it a seamless one-of-a-kind experience.