If you’re looking for a hip and diverse area to live in, then you may want give East Austin a look. The East has transformed over time and it offers a vibrant community, complete with fine dining (especially BBQ), local hangouts, bars, coffee shops and plenty of cool places to live.
East Austin is located between Airport Blvd to the north, Lady Bird Lake to the south, I-35 to the west, and Route 183 to the east.
If you’re looking for an apartment, you’ll find some great ones with plenty of perks and amenities. If it’s a house, there are many older homes that have been renovated and updated, as well as new construction.
If you have kids and are looking for good schools, East Austin has a strong reputation for great teachers, an innovative curriculum, top notch extracurricular programs in addition to a strong community collaboration. Schools such as Blackshear Elementary, Lee Elementary, Pease Elementary and The Emery/Weiner School are all highly rated for the East Austin district.
Check out various neighborhoods such as Buena Vista, Blackland, Central East Austin, Cherrywood, Chestnut, Colonial Place, Coronado Hills, East Cesar Chavez, French Place, Govalle, Holly, Montopolis, Pleasant Valley, Riverside, Rosewood, Bergstrom Village, Carson Creek, Colony Meadows, Colony Park, Daffin, Ed Bluestein, Garden Valley, Govalle, Heritage Village, Imperial Valley, Johnston Terrace, Knollwood on the Colorado River, Las Cimas, Meadows of Walnut Creek, Meadows at Trinity Crossing, MLK, MLK/183, Montopolis, Mueller, North Point, Northridge Park, Oak Springs, Park Place, Pecan Springs/Springdale, Richland Estates, Rosewood, Sendero Hills, The Woodlands, Thunderbird Farms, University Hills, Valle Del Rio, Walnut Bend,Windsor Park and The Woodlands.
And the good thing about East Austin is that it’s not all that far from Downtown.
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