Clarksville Homes For Sale
Clarksville can be found to the immediate west of Austin’s downtown core. This unique community was founded in 1871by freedman Charles Clark. Today, Clarksville is the last freedom town standing in the country. This community offers its residents easy access to a fantastic network of schools, local businesses, career-changing opportunities, and public parks. Clarksville homes for sale range from small to large and lavish to modest ensuring that every buyer has opportunities in this market.
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One of the reasons home buyers love Clarksville is because this neighborhood welcomes every kind of buyer. Regardless of whether your budget is small or large, or you’re searching for a home that’s compact or expansive, there’s no shortage of opportunities. The most affordable homes in Clarksville begin in price around $300,000 while the most prestigious homes can sell for millions of dollars.
Clarksville homes for sale range widely in architectural style, size, and construction date. Because the community was founded more than one hundred years ago, it is possible to find stately, character houses. These offer those enamored with history an opportunity to immerse their lives in old-world charm.
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Buyers just entering the housing market might be enticed by the cozy storybook homes that can be found on 10th Avenue. With small floor plans, these properties can be ideal for working individuals who don’t want to dedicate large portions of their free time to housekeeping, or for those looking to downsize to a space that better fits their new lifestyle. Single-level bungalows are another popular housing type in this market.
Modern luxury homes ensure home buyers with contemporary tastes can find something to fit their needs too. It is possible to find construction built within the past decade in this community. Architecturally, these luxury infills can vary widely. Inside, some are composed of pristine white stonework while others are made up of the vibrant natural reds of cedar.
Several small condominium complexes can also be found throughout the area. So, whether you’re searching for an expansive, modern house fit for a family of five, or you’re on the lookout for a small suite for two, the Clarksville real estate market has a broad range of opportunities for any buyer.
Living In Clarksville
This community is bounded by West 6th Street to the south, Enfield Road to the north, Lamar Boulevard to the east, and MoPac Expressway to the west. Few communities in Austin enjoy a more ideal location. Because of the major expressway to the west, residents will find that traveling from one quadrant of the city to the next is simple and quick.
Parents who have school-aged children will find that Austin High School is located on the southern border of this community. As one of the oldest high schools this side of the Mississippi, the grounds are rich with history. Students who attend this prestigious institution have all kinds of opportunities for enrichment including dance classes, choir recitals, tennis matches, football games, and digital media programs.
Mature students will find that the Austin Community College is adjacent to this community and offers more than 180 different associate’s degrees and certificates that can be accomplished in two years. The most popular school in the area is The University of Texas, which is located no more than ten minutes away. This public research university is home to more than 51,000 students. A diverse menu of undergraduate degrees, graduate degrees, law degrees, medical degrees, and intercollegial degree programs ensure that students have plenty of options to choose from.
For those who love to make the most of Austin’s mild climate, few downtown communities are more appealing than Clarksville. The area is home to a plethora of local parks, trails, and pedestrian walkways. Shoal Creek Trail is popular among joggers and winds Austinites over bridges, under towering leafy trees, and over well-maintained gravel walkways. This neighborhood also has a dog park where pet owners can let their four-legged friends run off-leash, a splash pad where children can make new friends, and a city pool where swimmers can improve their lap times.
Because of its historic roots, the community is rife with historic sites from the 1800s. This neighborhood is also the site of a thriving entrepreneurial spirit that has been present since the early 1900s. In fact, a select few businesses that were founded more than one hundred years ago are still active today. Clarksville is the location of the very first Whole Foods.
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Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from December 19th, 2018 at 7:15am CST. Neither the Board nor ACTRIS guarantees or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. The Austin Board of REALTORS®, ACTRIS and their affiliates provide the MLS and all content therein "AS IS" and without any warranty, express or implied. Data maintained by the Board or ACTRIS may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.
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