Tarrytown Neighborhood Profile
Tarrytown has long been considered one of Austin ‘s most historic and most prestigious neighborhoods. Many home buyers hope to buy property here, since the homes are beautiful and the quality of life very high. Tarrytown residents enjoy a superb location, plenty of green spaces, and great amenities only a stone’s throw from their homes. It’s no wonder that the community draws homeowners that include politicians, artists, business professionals, and other discriminating house buyers. This close-knit community really cares about the neighborhood and strict controls ensure that this historic area is not taken over by commercial businesses.
Tarrytown is bordered by MoPac, Lake Austin , Enfield , and 35th street and is divided by Exposition Street , which also acts as the main street of the community. Exposition runs North and South through the neighborhood, making it difficult to get lost. Homes in the area offer excellent value and beauty. In addition to many historic, showcase properties there are some high-end apartments available. Since many Tarrytown homes are older, many have architectural details and building materials that simply are not available at any price in today’s new construction houses. If you want a gorgeous home that offers great living comfort and beauty, try Tarrytown real estate.
Tarrytown homeowners enjoy easy access to local parks and green spaces. Just west of MoPac Blvd. , you will find Tarrytown Park and Reed Park is also nearby. These are ideal places for picnics or just strolling. If you want to get a taste of Tarrytown ‘s rich past, consider a visit to the historic Tarrytown Pharmacy off Exposition. This store will make you feel as though you have been transported in time. If you prefer a more modern shopping experience, Randall’s off Exposition can meet all your grocery needs.
There are a number of wonderful dining options right in Tarrytown , as well. Nu Age Cafe in the Tarrytown Shopping Center offers vegetarian and vegan fare in eclectic surroundings. Mozart’s serves excellent dessert and coffee right on the lake shore, while Hula Hut offers great lakeside seafood dining. Magnolia Cafe makes food to order into the wee hours, long after other eateries have closed their doors. For lunch, Thundercloud Subs is perfect soups and sandwiches.
Of course, Tarrytown residents also enjoy easy access to the lake. Whether you love eating on a patio, enjoying sunsets over the water, or love water sports, Tarrytown is sure to offer you something you will enjoy. The lake is even site of some art exhibits. The Laguna Gloria is a Mediterranean villa on Lake Austin . It is on a site where Stephen F. Austin planned to build his own home. The villa was the original home of the Austin Museum of Art. Even though the museum moved downtown, some special exhibits are still displayed on occasion by the lake.
With easy access to Austin downtown and the lake, gorgeous homes, and a real community feel, Tarrytown simply offers more for the savvy homebuyer.
|Active Listings:||88||Pending/Contingent Listings:||40|
|Price Range:||$415,000 to $14,500,000||Price Average:||$1,284,212|