Tarrytown Real Estate

Tarrytown is one of central Austin's most desirable neighborhoods. Located west of Mopac between Enfield Rd and 38th Street, Tarrytown is known for its beautiful homes, treelined streets, parks, and close proximity to Lake Austin, UT, the Capital and downtown Austin.

Tarrytown Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 17
Average Listing Price: $952,747
Highest Listing Price: $2,195,000
Lowest Listing Price: $3,200

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Tarrytown Real Estate Listings

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Tarrytown Homes For Sale

Tarrytown homes for sale are located just three miles from downtown. Tarrytown is bordered by Lake Austin Blvd. to the south, Lake Austin to the west, W. 35th St. to the north, and the MoPac Expressway on the east. Known for its meticulously-maintained homes, the neighborhood is characterized by mature trees, ample public green space, and a mixture of historic and remodeled properties.  Residents love the small town feel of the community, as well as the ease of access to downtown and the University of Texas at Austin, both of which are less than 15 minutes away.

Tarrytown, Austin, TX Community Information

Officially established as a subdivision in 1915, Tarrytown has evolved into a mix of modest restored cottages, remodeled historic houses, and newly-constructed luxury homes.  Regardless of the age or size of the property, the overall emphasis tends to be on quality and high-end finishes, and the prices of the homes reflect that focus.  Tarrytown is considered a prestige address, which is reflected in the fact the official residence of the chancellor of the University of Texas system is located within its boundaries.

One of the defining features of Tarrytown is its public parks.  Triangle Park, Reed Park, and West Enfield Park all offer opportunities for outdoor recreation, including hiking, swimming, picnicking, and biking.  Triangle Park also contains a full baseball diamond.  Located on the far-north end of Tarrytown, Mayfield Park and Nature Preserve is also within easy walking distance and is a popular local attraction for its historic gardens, as well as the peacocks that roam the property.  The 21 acre preserve also offers unpaved paths for hiking and trail biking.  The proximity of Lake Austin also makes watersports and boating convenient.

Amenities Near Tarrytown Real Estate

Tarrytown real estate is well connected to every amenity offered by the city. The neighborhood includes two major shopping developments.  Tarrytown Center is the oldest shopping center in Austin.  Populated largely by local businesses, the shopping center became the center of public controversy in 2009 when Jeanne Daniels, the properties new owner, decided to evict all businesses that sold meat or leather.  Tarrytown Center has been struggling to re-establish itself ever since.  Casis Village, the other major shopping complex in the area, contains a mix of local and chain retailers.  Tarrytown is conveniently located near several local restaurants, including Magnolia Cafe, Mozart’s Coffee Roasters, and Abel’s on the Lake, as well as a Whole Foods and Central Market.

Tarrytown is zoned to Casis Elementary, O Henry Middle School, and Austin High School.  Private schools in the area include St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, Girls’ School of Austin, Kirby Hall School, and St. Austin Catholic School.

Due to its scenic location and close proximity to downtown, as well as the quality of its homes, Tarrytown is a highly-coveted address.  Determining median home price can be difficult, given the broad variety of housing options available.  List prices can range from the mid-six figures for a relatively modest single-family cottage to well over $2 million for a larger historic home that has been restored.

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Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from August 19th, 2017 at 6:15am CDT. Neither the Board nor ACTRIS guarantees or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. The Austin Board of REALTORS®, ACTRIS and their affiliates provide the MLS and all content therein "AS IS" and without any warranty, express or implied. Data maintained by the Board or ACTRIS may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.

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