North Loop Real Estate Listings
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Condo in North Loop Terrace
3 br, 3 ba, 2,100 ft², 0.13 acres
- Listed at:
- Property Description:
in North Loop Terrace
- MLS ID:
- 4132764 – Pending
- Sq Ft:
Amelia Bullock, Realtors
House in North Loop Crestview Skyview
3 br, 2 ba, 1,386 ft², 0.16 acres
- Listed at:
- Property Description:
in North Loop Crestview Skyview
- MLS ID:
- 1975879 – Active
- Sq Ft:
Keller Williams Realty
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Students in the North Loop neighborhood are fortunate to attend schools in the Austin Independent School District, the state’s fifth-largest featuring several National Blue Ribbon Schools. But those aren’t the only choices families have for their school-age children. There are many private school options available in the area to give your student a top-notch education. The Girls’ School of Austin, St. Austin’s School, and the Khabele School are just a few to look into. Universities in the area include University of Texas, St. Edward’s University, and Huston-Tillotson College.
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North Loop, which is also known as North Field, is a unique pocket in Central Austin. It’s located north of 51st Street, south of Koenig Lane, east of Lamar Boulevard, and west of Airport Boulevard. It offers easy access to downtown, which is about three miles away, as well as the University of Texas campus.
Most of the homes in the North Loop area were built in the 1940s and ‘50s. Many of these homes, two or three bedroom bungalows, were intended for soldiers returning from World War II and their families. There are also multi-family duplexes and four-plexes and some condos. Single-family residences typically sit on large lots of two-tenths of an acre or more with mature trees and well established landscaping.
Until 1999, the neighborhood was in the flight path of the old Mueller Airport. Since the airport was relocated to another part of town, property values have continued to rise. The average sole price for homes in North Loop is about $295,000.00. There’s a wide variety of properties, from older distressed homes that are selling in the mid-$150,000.00 range to larger renovated homes and new construction that averages in the upper 500,000’s.
North Loop is zoned to Ridge Top and Riley Elementary Schools, which have excellent bilingual programs. The middle school is Lamar Fine Arts Academy, which feeds into the Fine Arts Magnet, McCallum High School. North Loop has an active neighborhood association that keeps its residents connected and strives to maintain the character of this special part of town.
Between Airport Boulevard and Chesterfield, there are a number of fantastic local shops and restaurants. North Loop is an IBIZ district, which supports independent local businesses, including several vintage clothing shops and furniture shops, such as Blue Velvet and Room Service.
Other shops in the area include Austin Musical Exchange, which buys, sells and repairs musical instruments, Austin Amplifier, Breakaway Records, and Monkey Wrench Books. Off Lamar Boulevard, you’ll find Groovy Automotive, Great Hall Games, Austin Tattoo Company, Red Stella Salon, as well as the Buck Moore Feed and Supply Company that’s been in business since 1972.
North Loop is home to one of Austin’s hottest new eateries, foreign and domestic. Other dining options include gastropub Drink Well, Pharra’s Mediterranean, Vegan Nom, A Taco Trailer, and Epoch Coffee, which is open 24 hours. Other bar possibilities are the Workhorse, which also serves food, and the Tigress.
North Loop is a friendly vibrant neighborhood that feels like its own eclectic town within Central Austin. It is within walking distance of wonderful shops and restaurants. You can get downtown by car in ten minutes or less. There are bike lanes on Guadalupe, bus stops nearby, and the Crestview Light Rail Station is a mile and a half away. You don’t have to get into a car to enjoy a night out.
North Loop truly is a melting pot with residents from many different walks of life and a wide variety of homes. It’s an Austin neighborhood like no other.
From Interstate 35 to Lamar Blvd and from E Koenig Ln to just past 51st St is where you’ll find the charming neighborhood of North Loop, just off Airport Blvd. Also note that there is a small section from 51st St down to RM 2222 that is also considered part of North Loop. Getting to the UT campus is a breeze–ride your bike or catch a CapMetro bus and get to class in no time. Reaching Downtown Austin is a commute of 10 or 15 minutes depending on traffic, while traveling to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport may take a little longer. Interstate 35 is just blocks away, giving you access to just about anywhere else in Austin you might need to go.