2003 Sharon Ln, Austin
MLS® # 7158366
Perched along Lake Austin and located just minutes west of downtown, Tarrytown is something of a local gem. Despite its relatively central location and convenient proximity to major roads like Enfield and Windsor, its charming streets, elegant homes, and outstretched oaks make Tarrytown feel like “old Austin,” according to residents. Local businesses populate the nearby shopping centers (Tarrytown Shopping Center and Casis Village), and neighbors can walk to classic area staples like Hula Hut (Mexican-Hawaiian food) and Mozart’s Coffee Roasters. This is a place where local architecture spans the gamut— from high-end condos to luxury estates (the median sale price is $975,000).
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One look around Tarrytown, and it’s unmistakable: you’re in affluent Austin. Famous for its low-key vibes (a coveted trait as Austin continues to grow and spread), Tarrytown maintains classic ATX feels while still maintaining close proximity to downtown’s exciting growth. From entrepreneurs to lawyers and local business owners, Tarrytown is the home of choice to many of the people who make Austin…well, Austin.
Bordered on the north by Lake Austin Boulevard and Lake Austin on the west, Tarrytown is right in the middle of the city’s greenest spaces. Residents are just a short drive from enjoying concerts in Zilker Park, a dip in Barton Springs, and paddle boarding on the Colorado River. For those who like to stay active, Tarrytown is surrounded by Austin’s lushest parks: Triangle Park (also known as Tarrytown Park), Reed Park, Mayfield Preserve, and Lion’s Municipal Golf Course all give locals the chance to head outside and play, whatever their style.
Tarrytown also holds its own as a historic neighborhood in Austin. Established in 1915, this neighborhood is widely regarded for its stunning original architecture, much of which has been restored with utmost care. Tarrytown’s oak-lined streets are threaded with large, elegant estates that date back to the early twentieth century (think: Medieval revival mansions, 1920s cottages, and adorable mid-century bungalows). Due to the variety, home prices can span the gamut. Some small homes have sold for as low as below $200k; however, they can also launch well into the millions. The current median sale price is approximately $975,000.
For school-aged students living in Tarrytown, the neighborhood offers zoning to Austin Independent School District, which is acclaimed for its diversity and athletics, as well as its tight-knit sense of community. Specifically, students are zoned to Casis Elementary School, O. Henry Middle School, and Austin High School.
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