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- MLS® #: 9133698
- Fairview Commons Condo
- 1318 Newning Ave #c
- Austin, TX 78704
2 BD 3 BA 1418 Sq Ft 0.04 AC
Office: Realty Austin
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- MLS® #: 4053502
- Travis Heights
- 1504 Alta Vista Ave
- Austin, TX 78704
6 BD 4 BA 4600 Sq Ft 0.17 AC
Office: City Properties
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*Travis Heights Market Stats are based on Austin MLS data as of January 17th, 2017 at 9:30pm CST.
Travis Heights Austin
Trendy Travis Heights started out as a south-of-the-river neighborhood that used to be considered out in the country. In the years that Austin has grown up and around this neighborhood, Travis Heights has developed a hip and lively personality. This coveted Travis County community is in the 78704 zip code and features an eclectic mix of single-family homes and condominiums on tree-lined streets.
With an average build date of 1978, Travis Heights homes for sale boast a wide and varied blend of historic craftsman, traditional, contemporary, and farmhouse designs. As such, exteriors include stone, brick, siding, stucco, and even concrete with 1 and 2-story elevations. From small cottages to impressive mini-estates, there is truly something for everyone in Travis Heights. Outdoor features include broad front porches, grand entryways, bold landscaping, covered porches, decking, pools, and spas. The trees are large, shading both the houses and the gathering areas with lots ranging from smaller subdivided properties to oversized corner parcels. Because of its established roots, it’s not uncommon to see alleys, detached garages, and garage apartments. Travis Heights holds the title as one of the longest reigning cool neighborhoods in Austin to call home.
Interiors average 1,800 square feet with 1-6 bedrooms and 1-4 bathrooms. The small condos are typically 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom models while the single-family residences offer a good deal more square feet and with additional bedrooms and bathrooms. Interior features range from original floor plans ready for updating, simple yet tasteful upgrades, and full remodels as well as new builds. These homes offer loads of character from the inside out with wood floors, original woodwork, charming niches, stone fireplaces, and arched doorways.
Where is Travis Heights Austin TX?
Located in the 78704 zip code, Travis Heights homes for sale are just 3 miles from the heart of Downtown Austin. With borders of I-35 to the east, Hwy 290 to the south, Congress Avenue to the west and the Colorado River to the north, this neighborhood is 10 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
Things to do near Travis Heights
Travis Heights homes for sale enjoy one of the best locations in Austin. With superior walkability, residents access popular South Congress Avenue, arguably the best shopping spot in Austin, for a multitude of shops, services, cafes, and fine dining. Restaurants like Guero’s Taco Bar, Vespaio, and South Congress Café are longtime favorites, with trendy new eateries opening regularly. Music venues like The Continental Club and Ego’s are always hopping, while upscale designers like Kendra Scott sit close by funky stores like Uncommon Objects. Within the neighborhood itself, residents love Little Stacy Park and Big Stacy Park, destinations for swimming, picnicking, and tennis-playing. Zilker Park is another South Austin hot spot offering vast green areas for Frisbee playing, picnicking, and music concerts.
South Congress Avenue has a long tradition of First Thursday, an Austin-style block party that occurs on the first Thursday of each month with live music, vendors, drink specials, and artisans. And of course, the bright lights of Downtown Austin are always calling for residents to take in additional live music, unique festivals, happy hours, and late night dinners.
Close to Interstate 35, South Congress Avenue, and Highway 290, residents have easy access to many other parts of Austin, Round Rock, Georgetown, Buda, and San Marcos. Major employers include St. Edward’s University, Austin ISD, and the many retailers and restaurants along South Congress Avenue.
Travis Heights Schools
Austin ISD serves the students of Travis Heights. Younger students attend Travis Heights Elementary (PK-5) while older students attend Fulmore Middle (6-8) and Travis High School (9-12). Depending upon residents’ location, many are within walking distance to their neighborhood school. The high school is the oldest in Austin and features an award-winning Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps shooting team as well as an Institute for Hospitality and Culinary Arts. Private school options include Montessori House of Children (PK-K), San Juan Diego Catholic High School (8-12), and St. Ignatius Martyr Catholic School (PK-8).
Higher education includes the nearby campus of St. Edward’s University, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin Community College, and Huston-Tillotson University. Some seminaries for theological study also have an Austin presence. Check with your Realty Austin agent for those options.
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Travis Heights Neighborhood Video
Travis Heights is located just south of downtown Austin between Riverside Drive and Live Oak. The neighborhood homes in Travis Heights range from about 300,000 to well over $1 million. A lot of different styles of architecture, one of the reasons people love living in the neighborhood. We have a lot of historic homes in the property built in the late 1800s. There are Mediterranean and craftsman style bungalows, two-one bungalows that are very, very charming, and recently with the popularity of the area, we’re seeing a lot of new construction. The schools in Travis Heights are Travis Heights Elementary, which is located right in the middle of the neighborhood, Fulmore Middle School, which is on South Congress and Mary, and the high school is Travis Heights just west of I-35 off of Oltorf.
Basically, you can shop ‘til you drop in SoCo, which stands for South Congress. This is the most heavily populated area in Austin for out of town visitors. There’s everything from live music, restaurants, coffee shops, vintage shopping, you name it. The restaurants are fantastic. We have an Enoteca and Vespaio. They’re next door to each other. Incredible Italian cuisine. We have home sliced pizza. We have Perla’s Restaurant, which is an incredible seafood restaurant, and for the Tex Mex connoisseur, we have Guero’s Restaurant. The neighborhood park is awesome. We have Blunn Creek, which runs right through the middle of the neighborhood and feeds into the Colorado River. After a good rain, you can find many swimming holes and waterfalls along Blunn Creek.
We have tennis courts, basketball. We have Little Stacy Pool, which is an incredible baby swimming pool, and then we have Big Stacy Pool, which is located a little bit further south. For the majority, I think people want to live in Travis Heights for the character that it has. It’s one of the oldest neighborhoods in Austin. Also, its proximity to downtown, the airport, you can basically walk from Travis Heights to your job and to everything you would want to do on the weekends.
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Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from January 17th, 2017 at 9:30pm 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.
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