The West Campus area and Piazza Navona is served by the Austin Independent School District, with young students attending Bryker Woods Elementary School, rated Exemplary by the TEA. O. Henry Middle School is closest, and older students go to Austin High School, one of the oldest public high schools in Texas. Some students also attend Lee Elementary, also rated Exemplary, Kealing Middle School, and McCallum High, which features an outstanding Fine Arts Academy that attracts talented young people from across the region and offers young artists, thespians, musicians, and dancers the chance to hone their craft as part of their regular curriculum. Nearby private schools include Kirby Hall School, Huntington-Surrey High School, Concordia Academy, the Griffin School, Austin Jewish Academy, and the Odyssey School.
Piazza Navona offers great views of Downtown Austin, UT’s iconic west mall tower, and amazing sunsets over the surrounding Hill Country. Units feature walk-in closets, picture windows, open floor plans, balconies, concrete floors, recessed lighting, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, and granite countertops. Living here means easy walking to the restaurants, bars, and cafes on the UT drag, a short cab or bus ride Downtown to every entertainment and nightlife destination you can imagine, walkable access to the entire UT campus, and several beautiful historic parks in the area.
Piazza Navona is located just three blocks from the University of Texas at Austin campus, making these properties an obvious choice for families looking to send their college-age students to school here. Whether it’s heading to class in the mornings or catching a Longhorns game during football season, forget about traffic and parking when you’re living here. But Piazza Navona’s location is also perfect for easy access to Pease Park, where the beautiful Shoal Creek trail meanders its way to Downtown and Lady Bird Lake. You’ll also find tons of restaurants and local shopping destinations all along nearby Guadalupe St, known as the UT Drag. Downtown and all the entertainment and dining it offers, as well as the regional employers both in the city center and at the Texas State Capitol complex, are all just minutes away by any transportation mode of your choosing.