• Austin Sunset by Randall Chancellor

Historic Austin Neighborhoods

Written by Ysmay.

Bouldin Creek

One of the older residential neighborhoods in Austin, Bouldin Creek is home to the Texas School for the Deaf. The City of Austin has been working to preserve the older properties in Bouldin Creek which date back to the turn of the last century. Bouldin Creek has many parks, and the Long Center for the Performing Arts.

Hyde Park

Another old neighborhood in Austin, Hyde Park was founded in the late 19th century. This desirable neighborhood is home to Antonelli's Cheese Shop which offers more cheeses than you can shake a fist at.

Registered as a National Historic District, most houses in Hyde Park are expensive, and this is where many of Austin's elite choose to live. Some smaller homes and apartment complexes have been developed in recent years to provide student housing.

With lots of trees, unique homes, and narrow, winding streets, Hyde Park is still packed with many amenities. The home prices range from $150,000 to well over $750,000.

Old Enfield

Old Enfield is located west of Downtown and north of Enfield Road. With Mopac on the west of Old Enfield, many old homes are located in this Austin neighborhood. The majority of the homes were built in the early 1900's.

Duncan Park has winding trails and BMX tracks giving residents lots of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors.

Housing prices start around $200,000 and go over $500,000.

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