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Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from April 17th, 2014 at 11:50pm 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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Tarrytown, located just west of Mopac and north of Lake Austin in the 78703 zip code, is a highly sought-after neighborhood with quiet streets, great schools, beautiful homes, lake access, beautiful parks, and mature trees, all within a three-mile drive to Downtown. The technical boundaries are Enfield to the south, 35th St to the north, Mopac Loop 1 to the east, and Scenic Dr to the west. That said, many locals also consider the area just south of this pocket (between Enfield and Lake Austin Blvd) to be a de facto part of the neighborhood, as they share a neighborhood association and use most of the same shops and services. There are some condominiums in the area in addition to the main body of homes from the late 1930s and early 1940s, which gives the neighborhood tremendous character, and there is an increasing number of new homes being built, as some of the smallest homes have made way for newer, larger homes. There's a lot to like about Tarrytown: quiet streets, proximity to Downtown, beautiful homes, lake access, parks, and trees.

Tarrytown Market Statistics

Residential Listings: 87
Average Size (Sq Ft): 3,558
Average Year Built: 1975
Average List Price: $1,609,853
Highest Price: $13,500,000
Lowest Price: $139,900
Average Price / Sq Ft: $406
Highest Price / Sq Ft: $1,389
Lowest Price / Sq Ft: $183

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

Students in Tarrytown go to schools in the Austin Independent School District. Austin High School is one of the oldest public high schools in this part of the country, and students, teachers, and parents all cheer for their Austin High Maroons (with their whimsical Mr. Maroo mascot) from the bleachers of House Park, built in 1939, before Lamar Blvd even existed in its present state.

Private school options for Tarrytown include Good Shepherd Episcopal, Tarrytown Baptist Children's Center, Tarrytown United Methodist Church, and the Tarrytown Children's Center. Kirby Hall School, the Girls' School of Austin, St. Austin Catholic School, the Khabele School, and the Austin Jewish Academy are all also within minutes of Tarrytown.
The Tarrytown neighborhood enjoys a number of amenities, such as the Lions Golf Course, a major fixture in the area that provides a full 18-hole course open to the public. The southern end of Tarrytown flows down to Lake Austin, and a number of trails can be easily accessed, as well as boat docks and boat rental areas. Deep Eddy Pool is the oldest public swimming pool in Texas, originally built as a health resort in the late 19th century, and a summer favorite showing weekly movies on a large, outdoor screen. In the northwest corner of Tarrytown, Mayfield Preserve has trails and gardens that make a wonderful weekend outing. Finally, Reed Park offers a softball field, picnic tables, pool facilities, and a quiet atmosphere.

Tarrytown was named after Tarrytown, New York, and one of the early advertising slogans for the area was, “Where oak trees charm the eyes.” Tarrytown is located in Central West Austin. The northern border is 35th Street. The southern border is Infield Road. On the east is Mopac, and on the west is Lake Austin. We’re just minutes to downtown, minutes to the University of Texas, and less than 30 minutes to the airport. We’re also an easy bike ride to the Ladybird Lake. The Deep Eddy neighborhood is located just south of Tarrytown, and the two neighborhoods share the same schools and amenities.

Homes started being built in Tarrytown in the late 1920s with building coming into full swing in the 1940s. House prices range from 400,000 to several million for homes on Lake Austin with waterfronts. The majority of houses sell from between 500,000 and 1.5 million. Condos are also available in Tarrytown, and they range from 200,000 to almost a million dollars. You can see all types of houses in Tarrytown, from stately four and five-bedroom homes to bungalows and cottages that were once two ones that have been remodeled and are now three bedrooms and two baths. New construction abounds in Tarrytown. We’ve got craftsman style homes, mid-century modern, and even ultra modern.

Casis the neighborhood elementary school. It has over 600 students and last year received the exemplary rating from the Texas Education Agency. There’s a private school for girls called the Girls School of Austin for K through 8, and the middle school is O. Henry, located on Exposition across from the golf course, Lions Municipal. Austin High School is rich with tradition and history. It was founded in 1881, making it one of the oldest public high schools west of the Mississippi. There are two shopping centers in Tarrytown. Casis Village, where there’s a Randall’s, a Starbucks, the Tarrytown pharmacy, which has a great selection of cards and gifts, and the Tarrytown Shopping Center, where we have a post office, a liquor store, and a great coffee shop called Texenza.

Tarrytown has several neighborhood parks. Reed Park has a pool and a playground. It’s on the western part of the neighborhood. Tarrytown park is a small pocket park shaped as a triangle, and the nickname is triangle park. The Laguna Gloria Art Museum is also located in Tarrytown. Next door is the Mayfield Park and Preserve. It’s a two acre garden park with beautiful walking trails, and the home to several peacocks. Dog owners love Red Bud Isle Park. It’s a leash free area, and you can launch your kayaks there and go fishing. For year round swimming, residents love to go to Deep Eddy. It’s a spring fed pool on the shores of Lake Austin. Some of the restaurants in the Tarrytown area are over here at Oyster Landing, and they include Hula Hut, Mozart’s Coffee, Abel’s on the Lake.

Along Lake Austin Boulevard, we have Mangia’s Pizza, Magnolia Café, and Mauie’s Mexican Food. The residents of Tarrytown love their neighborhood. With its beautiful trees and great location close to everything that Austin has to offer, it’s the ideal place to live. The neighbors are friendly and the schools are great.

Tarrytown is located in a historic section of West Austin, right on the banks of Lady Bird Lake and Lake Austin, just west of Downtown and the University of Texas. Its fantastic central location makes it easily accessible to the city’s most desirable attractions, everything from the hike and bike trails along the Downtown waterfront to the entertainment districts of 6th Street and beyond. Mopac Loop 1 borders the neighborhood to the east, making just about every destination on your list a short drive.

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