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1709 Northwood Rd - MLS# 3791125
  • $1,400,000
  • Active
  • MLS® #: 3791125 
  • Brykerwoods C
  • 1709 Northwood Rd
  • Austin, TX 78703
  •   3 BD 4 BA 2750 Sq Ft 0.3 AC
  • Residential
Office: Compass RE Texas, LLC
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1609 Mohle Dr - MLS# 6339605
  • $1,200,000
  • Active
  • MLS® #: 6339605 
  • Bryker Woods
  • 1609 Mohle Dr
  • Austin, TX 78703
  •   3 BD 2 BA 1500 Sq Ft 0.19 AC
  • Residential
Office: Kuper Sotheby's Itl Rlty
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3104 Funston St - MLS# 4520024
  • $425,000
  • Pending
  • Taking Backups
  • MLS® #: 4520024 
  • Brykerwoods Annex
  • 3104 Funston St
  • Austin, TX 78703
  •   2 BD 1 BA 945 Sq Ft 0.13 AC
  • Residential
Office: Austin Homescapes Realty
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Bryker Woods Housing Market Trends

# Listings Average DOM Average Price Average $/SqFt Median Price Median $/SqFt Average % Reduced
Active Listings 2 44 $1,300,000 $655 $1,200,000 $509 0%
Pending Listings 1 261 $425,000 $450 $425,000 $450 0%
Sold Last 6 Months (Unlock Sold Listings) 33 37 $775,782 $417 $712,500 $421 2%

*Bryker Woods Market Stats are based on Austin MLS data as of January 23rd, 2020 at 4:10am CST.

Bryker Woods Austin

As part of prestigious Travis County’s 78703 zip code, Bryker Woods upholds a reputation for well-manicured and well-cared for homes within historic Central Austin. This neighborhood, west of Downtown Austin, has houses with a legacy dating back to the 1930s that are the pride of Austin. Where most homes of that era were modest clapboard houses of around 900 square feet that have fallen into disrepair, most Bryker Woods homes for sale in this region are lovingly maintained and retain an idyllic charm from a purer time. Homebuyers enamored with the neighborhoods beautiful landscaping and old growth trees have many alternatives on housing styles and sizes. Many Bryker Woods homes for sale have been renovated or replaced entirely by custom-built homes. Buyers who appreciate Austin’s bungalow-style and cottage-style designs will find many homes from which to choose.

Where is Bryker Woods Austin?

Bryker Woods homes for sale are barely a half-mile from the Seton Medical Center and surrounding medical district of Central Austin. Only 3 miles from the State Capitol and the heart of Downtown Austin, residents that commute to the University of Texas or the downtown financial district have multiple routes to work. Austin’s 38th Street provides residents immediate access to the MoPac Expressway for quicker transit over greater distances north and south.

Things to do near Bryker Woods

The beauty of Pease District Park surrounds Bryker Woods homes for sale. A 42-acre sanctuary of giant trees, the neighborhood has paths that gently meander along the nearby Shoal Creek Trail. A more strenuous hike takes residents up to a glorious view from atop Mt. Bonell in neighboring Covert Park, a short drive west from Bryker Woods. Nearby Central Market offers culinary delights of all kinds, including fun and informative cooking classes. Hancock Public Golf Course, one of the oldest golf courses in Texas when established in 1899, offers nine holes of play in the heart of Central Austin.

Bryker Woods Schools

Bryker Woods students attend Austin ISD schools. Bryker Woods (PK-5) and Casis Elementary (PK-5). Middle School students may be assigned to either O Henry (6-8) or Lamar (6-8) middle schools and Austin High School, one of the oldest high schools west of the Mississippi.

Bryker Woods Neighborhood Video

Bryker Woods is centrally located off Mopac just south of West 35th Street. It's minutes away from Downtown Austin, the University of Texas, and Seton Hospital, and also less than a 30-minute drive to the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. Neighborhood boundaries are MoPac to the west, Westover Road to the south, Harris Boulevard and Shoal Creek Boulevard to the east, and West 35th Street to the north.

Bryker Woods is part of the Old West Austin Historic District. Most of the homes are of modest scale and were built in the 1930s and '40s. You can find homes mostly in the colonial revival, bungalow, and cottage styles, with pier and beam foundations. Some newer construction can also be found, but the architecture and design typically stay true to the feel of the Bryker Woods neighborhood to preserve the original charm. The neighborhood is actually split for elementary schools. North of West 29th Street attends the neighborhood Bryker Woods Elementary School, and south of West 29th Street attends Tarrytown's Casis Elementary School. All residents attend O. Henry Middle and Austin High School.

For outdoor enthusiasts, the Shoal Creek Trail on the eastern edge of Bryker Woods connects with the Austin Hike and Bike Trail down to Lady Bird Lake. Bailey Park is close by with a sand volleyball court and splash pad. Also the well-known 42-acre Pease Park is just a short drive away. Pease Park is most notable for its annual celebration of Eeyore's birthday each spring, but also has basketball courts, a disc golf course, and a splash pad. Central Park is just a short distance away from the neighborhood for a relaxing afternoon or a fun picnic on the grass.

The residents of Bryker Woods have a few options for shopping. The shops at Central Park are just a few minutes away, featuring Central Market Grocery, Gap, and many other retailers. Also the triangle at Lamar and Guadalupe is just a quick drive down the road with tons of retail shops and restaurants such as Mandola's Italian Market and Galaxy Café. Olive and June offers delicious fine Italian food just on the northeast edge of Bryker, or you can enjoy Mediterranean at FINO with their wonderful outdoor patio. There's also the original Kerbey Lane Café for some of the best pancakes around, or for Mexican fare, stop in to Santa Rita Cantina just off West 38th Street.

Bryker Woods has an unassuming beauty that really can't be matched anywhere else in Austin. Neighbors know each other by name, and there is an active Bryker Woods Neighborhood Association. They host annual events such as the Fourth of July parade, National Night Out, and Picnic on the Parkway. Bryker Woods is truly Central Austin, yet it has managed to maintain most of its original charm with its inviting porches and mature tree-lined streets. It's not uncommon to see a lemonade stand set up on the weekend or a line at the neighborhood tree swing.

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The information being provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from January 23rd, 2020 at 4:10am CST. 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. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified.