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4014 Rosedale Ave, Austin, TX, 78756

$625,000
House in Rosedale A
3 br, 2 ba, 1,754 ft², 0.15 acres
Listed at:
$625,000
Open House
Sat. 4/26 12-3
Property Description:
House in Rosedale A
MLS ID:
2359332Active
Beds:
3
Baths:
2
Sq Ft:
1754
Acres:
0.15
Provider:
Realty Austin

Fantastic Location In Rosedale! Darling 3 Bed, 2 Bath Cottage On A Corner Lot One Block South Of Ramsey Park & Pool. Original, Refinished Hardwood Flo...

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4619 Rosedale Ave, Austin, TX, 78756

$674,900
House in Rosedale G
4 br, 3 ba, 2,508 ft², 0.16 acres
Listed at:
$674,900
Reduced
$20,100
Property Description:
House in Rosedale G
MLS ID:
7750221Active
Beds:
4
Baths:
3
Sq Ft:
2508
Acres:
0.16
Provider:
Austin City Realty Sales

Beautiful Corner Lot Within Walking Distance To Several Local Restaurants And Shops. Property Provides Future Owner With Unique Opportunity To Utilize ...

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4211 Ramsey Ave, Austin, TX, 78756

$549,000
House in Rosedale C
2 br, 2 ba, 1,424 ft², 0.16 acres
Listed at:
$549,000
Property Description:
House in Rosedale C
MLS ID:
6598298Pending
Beds:
2
Baths:
2
Sq Ft:
1424
Acres:
0.16
Provider:
Presidio Group, Realtors

Darling, Colorful Home W/ Relaxing Front Porch, Hi Ceilings, Hardwood Floors, Tons Of Natural Light, Formal Dining And Eat In Kitchen Plus Serving / Bar...

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4501 Rosedale Ave, Austin, TX, 78756

$499,900
House in Rosedale F
2 br, 1 ba, 1,686 ft², 0.14 acres
Listed at:
$499,900
Reduced
$25,100
Property Description:
House in Rosedale F
MLS ID:
6862144Active
Beds:
2
Baths:
1
Sq Ft:
1686
Acres:
0.14
Provider:
Gold Key Real Estate, Inc.

Location, Location, Location. Main House Has Approximately 1200 Sf, 2nd House Has 480 Sf And Is Rented For $795 Leased Until Sept. 30, 2014. Main Hous...

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Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from April 24th, 2014 at 5:50am 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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Rosedale homes for sale are found in a wonderful Central Austin neighborhood for many reasons: It’s truly a walking community, with huge, gorgeous trees, lovely Old Austin bungalows, and a genuinely warm neighborhood feel. Rosedale’s location in North Central Austin makes it accessible to much of what Austin has to offer, with quick and easy access to most of the major Greater Austin highways. Several schools are within a few minutes of most homes in Rosedale, and many students walk or ride their bikes to school. Rosedale is bordered by 38th St to the south, North Loop/Hancock Dr to the north, Shoal Creek Blvd to the west, and Lamar Blvd to the east. Original homes in Rosedale were built between the early 1930s and the mid-1950s, and of the approximately 1,200 homes in Rosedale, many have been remodeled, expanded, or rebuilt from the ground up over the last 20 years. The average home in Rosedale is approximately 1,660 square feet, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Students attend schools in Austin ISD.

Rosedale Market Statistics

Residential Listings: 4
Average Size (Sq Ft): 1,843
Average Year Built: 1937
Average List Price: $587,200
Highest Price: $674,900
Lowest Price: $499,900
Average Price / Sq Ft: $327
Highest Price / Sq Ft: $386
Lowest Price / Sq Ft: $269

Note : Statistics represent residential listings only. Search all Rosedale Real Estate Listings here.

Rosedale has great public schools, especially at the elementary level, at Bryker Woods or Highland Park Elementary. Austin ISD students taking the SAT college entrance test have exceeded both state and national overall average scores. Several fine arts programs exist at Austin High School, including a popular marching band, an award-winning jazz ensemble, theater groups, an orchestra, and a choir. And in 1994, McCallum High School became the home of AISD's Fine Arts Academy, open to all budding artists in the district who wish to attend and are accepted through the application process. Nearby private schools include the Austin Montessori School, Odyssey School, and the Griffin School. Preschools near Rosedale include Brown Elementary, Brentwood Elementary, and the Children’s School.
Rosedale is right in the middle of a large area packed with great shopping and dining options, and it’s also just a short drive from Downtown, East Austin, and Hyde Park, so you'll find tons of choices nearby. Many Rosedale residents enjoy Fonda San Miguel for Mexican food, Maru on Burnet for sushi, and one of several options for Indian cuisine nearby. The Night Hawk Frisco Shop offers great comfort food, and Rosedale residents head to breakfast at Austin’s Diner or The Omelettry, both on Burnet Rd. There are also a lot of family-friendly options along Burnet Rd, including Amy’s Ice Cream (an Austin institution), Phil’s Ice House, and Hangtown Grill.

Rosedale is an old neighborhood about ten minutes north of downtown. It was settled in the mid-1800s originally, and in fact, the oldest house in the neighborhood, the Moore Hancock farmstead, was begun in 1849. Around 1900 and the next few years, the Ramsey family purchased several large tracks in the area. They grew fruit and nut trees as well as ornamental plants that they sold to residents throughout central Texas. Lucky Rosedales, as that means we still benefit these days from the many fine, mature trees that shade our neighborhood and keep it nice and green and leafy and cooler in the summer as well.

So Rosedale is bounded on the south by 38th, and on the west by Shoal Creek Boulevard, and the northern boundary is Hancock and North Loop. On the east, we have Burnet Road and Lamar Boulevard. And the nice thing for Rosedale residents is the Shoal Creek green belt runs on the west side of the neighborhood, and it will take you all the way down to the hike and bike trail on Ladybird Lake. There are about 1,200 homes in Rosedale. Prices vary from low 300s for a very small fixer upper to well into the 700s for new construction, or for a beautifully renovated older home. The neighborhood is home to young families, single professionals, and many longtime residents.

Most of the homes in Rosedale were built in the 1920s to 1940s. There are many quaint cottages and many craftsman type bungalows. Many folks have renovated their homes beautifully, and so you have older homes that still retain their charm but have floor plans and a size that meets the needs of today’s families. The southern half of Rosedale is served by the exemplary elementary school, Bryker Woods, a middle school, the O. Henry, and Austin High School.

The northern part of the neighborhood is served by the exemplary elementary school Highland Park, Lamar Middle School, and McCallum High School. Lamar and McCallum both have fine arts academies. Rosedale is also home to the Rosedale School, which is AISD’s school for children with special needs. We also have the Texas State School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Though quiet and tranquil, no home is really more than four or five blocks from a great breakfast taco at Taco Deli, a nice glass of wine at the Apothecary Wine Bar, a great social experience at the 40-year-old Drafthouse Pub, a great cup of coffee at Epoch or Houndstooth. You’re also likely to run into neighbors at Central Market almost anytime, but especially on Friday and Saturday nights when they have live music out on the deck.

Ramsey Park is in the heart of the neighborhood where we are now. It includes tennis courts, a baseball field, and two of the favorite destinations of our youngest residents, Ramsey Pool and the Park Place Gates. Yarborough Library is located on Hancock Drive and is housed in a cool old movie theater that used to be called the Americana. For the gardeners out there, we also have Sunshine Community Gardens. Rosedale also is adjacent to a couple of hospitals. A quiet neighborhood oasis mixed with an awesome urban experience is what makes Rosedale a special place.

Rosedale is bordered by 38th St to the south, North Loop/Hancock Dr to the north, Shoal Creek Blvd to the west, and Lamar Blvd to the east. The neighborhood is easily accessible via Mopac Loop 1 and Interstate 35 by way of 38th St or 45th St. Some of Central Austin’s biggest roads run right through the neighborhood, like Lamar Blvd and Burnet Rd, both lined with many dining and shopping options. Rosedale’s fantastic central location also makes it an easy walk, bike ride, or bus trip to Downtown, UT, or the State Capitol. The neighborhood is also surrounded by many of Central Austin’s classic parks, with lovely Shoal Creek bubbling on the neighborhood’s west side.

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