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*Convict Hill Market Stats are based on Austin MLS data as of October 22nd, 2018 at 4:55pm CDT.
Convict Hill Austin
Convict Hill is an established neighborhood in the heart of Southwest Austin near the Y intersection of Highway 290 and TX-45 at Oak Hill. This Travis County development is in the 78749 zip code and features homes on large lots overlooking the spectacular hill country.
Convict Hill homes for sale have an average build date of 1980 with stone exteriors in ranch and traditional architecture styles. These homes are 1 and 2-story models with covered balconies for enjoying the views and covered patios for relaxing after a long day. Large lots have towering shade trees, attractive landscaping, and irrigation systems. Additional details include pools, spas, circular driveways, and outbuildings suitable for a studio or man cave.
Interiors average 2,300 square feet with 3 to 4 bedrooms and 2 to 3 bathrooms. The homes in this neighborhood are anything but cookie cutter, so individual details vary considerably. Many models have extensive updates including French doors, new windows, fresh paint, updated flooring and fixtures, and new appliances. Floor plans are open and often include vaulted ceilings to expand the space further.
Where is Convict Hill Austin TX?
Located in the 78749 zip code, Convict Hill homes for sale are just 10 miles from Downtown Austin for nightlife and live music. Developed along Kenosha Pass off Escarpment Boulevard, this neighborhood is near the split of Highway 71 and Highway 290 and is 15 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
Things to do near Convict Hill
Convict Hill homes for sale are right in the middle of thriving Southwest Austin. This part of town has many parks and green spaces including a less than 1-mile drive to Convict Hill Quarry Park and a less than 2-mile drive to Dick Nichols District Park. Shopping is plentiful, with Whole Foods Market and Costco Wholesale just 2 miles away and Center of the Hills Shopping Center less than 1 mile away. For quality fast food with local ingredients, residents love to pop into P. Terry’s Burger Stand, a quick 2-mile drive away.
Convict Hill Schools
Austin ISD serves the students of Convict Hill. Younger students attend Patton Elementary (PK-5) while older students attend Small Middle (6-8) and Austin High School (9-12). The high school is the oldest in the state of Texas and is very proud of its nationally known jazz band program. Private school options include a less than 1-mile drive to Country Home Learning Center (Infant – 5 years) and a less than 3-mile drive to Bannockburn Christian Academy (PK-5).