Our Austin, Texas Service Areas
Barton Hills is a well-established neighborhood close to beautiful Zilker Park and minutes from Downtown Austin. You’ll find new residents clamoring to get in and established residents happy to stay put, because this is such a great area to call home. You can’t beat the historic feel of homes, built as early as the 1930s combined with the modern twist of newer constructions that add to the contemporary sensibility of many Austin areas. The close proximity to Downtown Austin, nearby Lady Bird Lake, and famous 6th Street, along with the close bonds that form among neighbors here, make people fall in love with this area. Seemingly untouched by the growing inner city of Austin, Barton Hills is a haven within a bustling city.
West Lake Hills
West Lake Hills is widely kneown for its stunning luxury homes among the rolling landscape of the Texas Hill Country in West Austin. The neighborhood grew up in the 1970s and 1980s on some of Austin’s most exclusive real estate. Despite its surrounding natural hills just south of Lake Austin, the community is centrally located just minutes from Downtown Austin and close to many highways that make traveling anywhere in the city a breeze. West Lake Hills is close to the Barton Creek Wilderness Park and many other outdoor amenities like Red Bud Isle, the Barton Creek Greenbelt, Zilker Park, and the Lions Municipal Golf Course.
Old West Austin
History, diverse and engaged residents, and one of the oldest oak trees in the state help distinguish Old West Austin, the most dense and diverse neighborhood in the Lone Star State’s capital city. Voluntary efforts of residents and developers alike have kept the neighborhood’s character intact in the absence of local ordinances governing building size or style. The neighborhood’s retail and commercial area is dominated by locally owned businesses, including 1950s–era Nau Enfield Drug, with its wooden booths, curved soda bar, and swivel stools.
The American Planning Association has selected Old West Austin as one of 10 Great Neighborhoods in America for its preservation of the neighborhood’s character and diversity while supporting development and sustainability.