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*Lorraine Heights Market Stats are based on Austin MLS data as of December 11th, 2018 at 5:25pm CST.
Lorraine Heights Austin
Buyers looking for a home in the coveted 78702 zip code should pay attention to this up-and-coming East Austin enclave. The Lorraine Heights neighborhood is a small area comprised of 1950s cottages and ranch-style homes built in the 1970s, some recently remodeled inside and out. The streets are narrow, but they feature large mature oaks and lush, verdant front lawns. Green spaces and parks surround the neighborhood, which gives it a feeling of serene tranquility.
Where is Lorraine Heights Austin?
Buyers can find Lorraine Heights homes for sale along Kuhlman Avenue, and Glen Rae Street, between Neal Street, Webberville Road, and Pleasant Valley Road, in the 78702 zip code of Travis County. Downtown Austin and Interstate 35 are only 2.5 miles west, and Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is 7 miles southwest.
Things to do near Lorraine Heights
Amenities in this East Austin neighborhood include the Boggy Creek hike and bike trail, which is only a couple of blocks down the road. There is also Rosewood Neighborhood Park, which boasts a seasonal pool and picnic areas, as well as The Millennium Youth Entertainment Complex, which hosts skating, bowling, movies, and special events for all ages. Residents visit the Mueller Development, just 2.5 miles from the neighborhood, for all their shopping needs, including a large HEB. grocery store. There are urban farms like Springdale Farm and Boggy Creek Farm, where neighbors shop for fresh produce and eggs, just about a mile away.
Lorraine Heights Schools
Lorraine Heights homes for sale are part of the Austin ISD. Students attend Oak Springs Elementary (PK -5), Kealing Middle School (6-8), and Eastside Memorial High School (9-12). There are public charter schools in the area as well as private options like the Austin Peace Academy (PK-12) a little over 3 miles north. The University of Texas at Austin is just over 2 miles from the neighborhood and easily accessible via shuttle bus. Austin Community College Eastview Campus is practically around the corner.