Northeast Austin is an area that may be defined differently according to who you ask. It is a large area in Travis County’s 78752, 78753, and 78754 zip codes bordered on the west by Interstate 35, on the south by Hwy 290, on the east by TX-130 and on the north by East Howard Lane. Included within Northeast Austin are areas such as Pioneer Hill, Woodcliff, Jourdan Crossing, Lost Plains, Parmer North and Tech Ridge Center. With most neighborhoods only 12 miles from Downtown Austin, buyers of Northeast Austin homes for sale find this is a great location for employment, while allowing residents to be near the city for all of Austin’s many events.
Newcomers moving to the area for jobs in the technology industry want to consider Northeast Austin. Employers like Samsung, Dell, Apple, Cisco Systems, IBM, Unisys, and Oracle as well as numerous other smaller companies are within a short drive. Highways are good, schools are excellent, shopping and dining are prevalent, and real estate is available in a range of price points.
Buyers find communities within the Northeast Austin area date to the 1950s but have both older neighborhoods as well as newer ones. Enclave at Springs, Parkside at Harris Branch, Copperfield, Pioneer Crossing West, Windsor Hills, Fort Dessau, Walnut Creek Enclave and Bellingham Meadows are just a few of the many places buyers want to visit as they search for Northeast Austin homes.
Many Northeast Austin homes for sale are 1 and 2-story houses. There are traditional or bungalow architecture mixed with more contemporary designs. Most are single-family but duplex, multi-family and condominiums are also available particularly near major connector roads and employment centers.