Even if you’re not looking for a new place, you can choose among apartments and duplexes in Rosedale, Windsor Park, Travis Heights, East Riverside-Oltorf, and Far South Austin this week. You know, just for fun.
The modern essence of this 1948 Travis Heights split-level, asking $1.25M, remains, but it has been thoroughly remodeled in contemporary fashion, stylish but suitably casual for its Travis Heights neighborhood.
The building dates of oldest houses in Austin for sale right now range from 1882 to 1915, so they are between 101 and134 years old. The oldest on the market right now is 210 Academy Street in Travis Heights. Take a look around—they're all over town.
A house stuck at an intersection in Travis Heights after home movers failed in their mission to take it to Lockhart is still there, to the consternation of neighbors and to the amusement of everyone else.
In this week's Curbed Comparison (because it's Micro Week!), we examine different rentals at a particular, decidedly conservative square footage count. Is one person's studio another person's, well, slightly larger studio? Let's find out.
This unique home and grounds look like they offer the best of both worlds: The privacy, natural beauty, and views of a hilltop country home with the convenience of living in Travis Heights, one of the city's central neighborhoods.
If you’re heading to Austin for the upcoming long weekend and haven’t booked a place to stay—or you have friends visiting who are in that situation—there are still plenty of short-term rentals to be had. These would make seeing the fireworks a breeze.
This 1935 frame home in Travis Heights has just the right amount of period detail to make it charming but not over-the-top. For your vintage-induced pleasure, there are hardwood floors, a sweet porch, stained glass, and beadboard ceilings.
Many of last week's residential real estate sales last week came in around $1 million, with all but one being a detached, single-family home. The exception was the highest priced, and the highest, a condo unit in The Austonian downtown.