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Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from April 17th, 2014 at 3:50am 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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You may not hear about Clarksville homes for sale very often, because it isn’t often that homes become available in this historic area. Residents move here and stay well into retirement. The benefits of living near Downtown Austin is one exchange you’ll make for smaller living space, but you may find you’re rarely home anyway, with all there is to do in the area. 

One reason these are some of the most sought-after homes in Central Austin is that Clarksville features some of the first homes built in Austin in the early 1900s, and these have been carefully renovated over time to maintain the historical value. Homes in the Clarksville neighborhood tend to have smaller floor plans because of their age.

Unique Clarksville gives you a sense of living in history, but at the same time you are almost smack dab in the middle of the bustling modern city life you love. The area offers plenty of shops, restaurants, bars, and live music, so you will never be without entertainment.
Austin Independent School District is the oldest district in the state and has never veered from the ultimate goal of providing an education that prepares students for the world. Students of Clarksville will attend TEA-rated Exemplary and Recognized schools within Austin ISD, which places a heavy focus on student success. For private school options in the Clarksville Austin neighborhood, there are quite a few to choose from: Redeemer City School, Cathedral School of St. Mary, Concordia Academy, and the Khabele School, just to name a few. The University of Texas is located just minutes from the Clarksville neighborhood.
When looking for Clarksville homes for sale, consider the many amenities you’ll have at your disposal as a resident. You’ll love Clarksville Park and its wading pool for cooling off in the Texas sun, but if that one is crowded, then you have the option of West Austin Park and its pool. The neighborhood is complete with tennis and basketball courts, picnic areas, and even a dog park for the four-legged family members. Dine out in style at restaurants like Jeffrey’s, Wink, and Café Josie, then head down to 6th Street for happy hour and live music. The best part is, you can do all of it anytime you want as a resident of Clarksville.

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Clarksville is very centrally-located.  In fact we’re adjacent to the central business district.  We’re also just across Lady Bird Lake from the largest central park, Zilker Park.  The general boundaries for Clarksville are MoPac on the west, Lamar Boulevard on the east, 15th Street on the north and 6th Street on the South.  Clarksville includes a very eclectic group of homes and a wide range of both price and style that range anywhere from the 1920’s Cabin-Style all the way up to New Modern construction but you’ll find most of ‘em are in the 1920’s to 1950’s remodeled versions of Craftsman or Cabin-Style homes.  The prices are anywhere from the $300,000.00’s to that $1.2+ million but then most of ‘em you’ll find are in the $600,000.00 to $800,000.00 range.  

The schools that feed Clarksville are very highly-rated.  They include the classy and rich-in-tradition Austin High School or Henry Middle School about a mile west of here and Matthews Elementary right here in the center of Clarksville.  Being so centrally-located, Clarksville has a lot of parks in and around it.  Some of the more popular include Peace Park, West End Park, Duncan Park, Auditorium Shores, Town Lake Park and – the most popular – Zilker Park, which hosts the ACL Festival every year but most of the residents of Clarksville find their time at West Austin Park right in the center of Clarksville.  As arguably Austin’s most centralized neighborhood, Clarksville’s amenities are endless with hundreds of shops, restaurants and theaters right here within walking distance but some of the best fine dining is right here in Clarksville, which include Jeffrey’s Fine Dining, Zocalo, Galaxy Café and Josie’s Café.  If you’re not up to eating out every night you can walk right on over to the headquarters and flagship location of Whole Foods Grocery but if you need something equally fresh but quick just pop in to the local Fresh Plus right here in Clarksville.  

Most of the people of Clarksville wanna live here because they wanna be next to downtown Austin and enjoy all the amenities that it has to offer but they wanna be able to go home and enjoy a nice, peaceful, quiet neighborhood that they can call theirs.  Clarksville has both of these.  With trees and hills and a very small neighborhood, they can enjoy parks and they can step right out and enjoy everything that the downtown lifestyle can provide.  What’s unique about Clarksville is its ability to combine charm and elegance with a very local Austin vibe.  Stuck right, smack dab in the middle of Austin with everything great about it, it’s surrounded by the Central Business District, Lady Bird Lake, University of Texas and some of Austin’s most prestigious neighborhoods.  

Although the Old West Austin neighborhood association, also known as Clarksville, has a narrower definition of where the neighborhood boundaries fall, many consider it to lie between North Lamar and Mopac, and between Enfield and 5th St in Central Austin. A commute to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is 18 miles, or roughly 25 minutes depending on traffic. To get Downtown from Clarksville you have many options, including walking, bicycling, or catching a taxi or bus. Professionals of the University of Texas, the State Capitol, or anywhere else Downtown will find getting to work a breeze, being only minutes away.

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