East Austin Real Estate

East Austin , bordered by Interstate 35, Martin Luther King Blvd , Ed Bluestein Blvd. , and Town Lake , is a historic area of this popular urban center, and currently it is undergoing a gentrification that means good news for home buyers in the region. East Austin is newly hip, and new loft communities and condo communities are being constructed here all the time. Although these new communities get lots of press, many homes in the area are older. Some are 80 years old or more, and some are decades old. However, East Austin does give you an excellent real estate option — from smaller older homes, to larger open space modern living, you can choose to live the way you want when you live here.

East Austin is known as an artistic area of town. It is ethnically diverse, and many professionals, artists, filmmakers, musicians, writers, and other creative types come to live here. The area, however, is also home to many families. As a result, it also offers a wide range of schools. East Austin is part of the respected Austin Independent School District . Students here can attend Allan Elementary School , Brooke Elementary School , Campbell Elementary School , Govalle Elementary School , Metz Elementary School , Norman Elementary School , Oak Springs Elementary School , Ortega Elementary School , Sanchez Elementary School , Sims Elementary School , Zavala Elementary School , Kealing Junior High School , Martin Junior High School , Johnson High School , Huston-Tillotson College , and the Texas State School for the Deaf. Obviously, there are range of educational options in the area, and the university of Texas is also only a short drive away. Families can select the schools that offer the best facilities, faculties, and courses for their children.

East Austin also has many amenities, attractions, and points of interest. The area is very diverse with a number of restaurants, caf├ęs, art galleries, shops, other businesses. In fact, East Austin homeowners can step outside their home and simply walk to a great dining area or check out a local theater production. Attractions in the area include the French Legation, the Carver Museum , and the Rosewood Zaragoza Center , which hosts a number of community events annually. The Carver Museum is interesting to visit because it is the first African-American neighborhood museum in the state. In addition to these points of interest, East Austin has a number of parks where homeowners can walk their dogs, read books, or just relax Thanks to the variety of artists in the area, there’s always something happening in East Austin.

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