Tarrytown Homes For Sale
The affluent neighborhood of Tarrytown is nestled in a picturesque curve of the Colorado River. Located in Central West Austin, this prestigious community is full of community parks, convenient amenities, friendly residents, great schools, and clean streets. Tarrytown homes for sale are some of the most prestigious properties in the city of Austin. Buyers have plenty of options and can choose between new and old homes and a diverse selection of architectural styles.
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This Austin neighborhood takes its name from Tarrytown, New York, and when the community was first established, its slogan was “when oak trees charm the eyes.” The name is a fitting description of the space as many streets in the area are lined with towering oaks. These trees also provide shade and privacy to the houses they surround.
Tarrytown homes for sale constitute some of the most expensive properties in the city of Austin. Because of their prime location close to the river and Austin’s Downtown, they are highly desirable. Prices for Tarrytown real estate tends to begin around $200,000. These affordable properties tend to be cozy townhomes and condos. Ideal for an individual or a couple, these homes are perfect for those who are looking for an affordable entry point into the Austin real estate market or those who are looking to downsize to a more manageable property. Buyers will find that they have plenty of options when it comes to choosing a condo. So, whether buyers are looking for a modest suite or a lavish luxury penthouse, it is possible to explore both options in Tarrytown.
The price of houses in Tarrytown begins around $400,000 and can exceed $1.5 million depending on the size, luxury, and location of the property. Houses in this community come in many different kinds. Construction in this neighborhood began in the 1920s, and a buyer with a sharp eye can find some of these original, historic houses can still be found today.
The majority of construction occurred in the 1940s, and most Tarrytown homes will reflect the building style of this era. Despite their older construction dates, many of these houses offer comfortable modern interiors. Over the years, many residents have chosen to update and renovate their old homes to fit their needs rather than moving because of the fantastic location affiliated with these homes.
When it comes to different architectural styles, buyers will find that this market is plentiful. Classic craftsman homes embody the modern American suburban home. Comfortable bungalows make perfect family houses. Mid-century modern designs boast clean lines, bright exteriors, and stylish butterfly roofs. Ultra-modern homes reimagine what architecture can do.
The most expensive homes on the Tarrytown real estate market are located along Lake Austin. These waterfront properties find themselves located on secluded, treed properties. Many boast private docks or boathouses where residents can keep their boat. These incredible properties offer the finest in luxury living. Each home offers a custom design that unfolds over thousands of square feet. Inside, some feature cool, white stonework while others are made up of warm woodgrain and plush carpet. No lack of innovation and imagination worked to construct these top-of-the-line abodes.
Living In Tarrytown
Families with children will find that Tarrytown shares a school with the adjacent neighborhood of Deep Eddy. Casis Elementary School hosts over 600 students and has been recognized as exemplary by the Texas Education Agency. Austin High School was founded in 1881 and is one of the oldest public high schools west of the Mississippi.
There are two shopping plazas within this community. Casis Village has a number of convenient services and a coffee shop where friends can meet. Tarrytown Shopping Center is also a popular destination for those looking to accomplish a few of their daily to-dos. Additionally, this neighborhood is bordered by MoPac Expressway meaning that residents are easily connected to the rest of the city. This community is also near the University of Texas where many students study a vast range of subjects.
Because Tarrytown faces onto Lake Austin, recreation is close at hand. There is also Reed Park which has a pool and public playground. Tarrytown Park, affectionately called “Triangle Park” by locals, is another popular park in the area. Mayfield Park and Preserve is a 2-acre garden park crisscrossed by trails, and many walkers will often spot peacocks in the area. There is also a dog park located in Tarrytown which allows pet owners to let their furry friends frolic off-leash.
The information being provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.
Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from February 17th, 2019 at 7:30am 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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