Welcome to Tarrytown, a charming central Austin neighborhood with beautiful homes, elegant tree-swept lanes, and a lifestyle steeped in history. With homes dating back to the late 1800s, Tarrytown grew in the 1930s with the advertising slogan, “Where oak trees charm the eye,” and it is these trees that enhance the stately landscapes of its character-filled homes.

Tarrytown is surrounded by fellow neighborhoods Clarksville and Allandale and the Old West Austin neighborhoods of Pemberton Heights, Old Enfield, and Bryker Woods. Collectively, these areas create a distinguished and in-demand enclave of homes within the city center of Austin.

Home buyers will find styles ranging from small, one story homes awaiting updating to gracious mansions on impeccable lots, with most recently remodeled and larger homes priced towards and into the millions. A few homes on Tarrytown’s western border are on the shores of Lake Austin.

In zip code 78703, Tarrytown is moments from downtown, the State Capitol, and the University of Texas. Its central location makes it a quick trip to Lady Bird Lake Hike and Bike Trail and Deep Eddy Pool, a spring-fed pool that was originally a 1900s era resort.

Mayfield Park and Preserve crowns Tarrytown on its northern border, and its historic grounds are home to brilliant, roaming peacocks.

On the southwestern side of Tarrytown is Walsh Boat Landing, which offers a public boat ramp and several popular restaurant venues amidst views of the lake.

Residents of Tarrytown also enjoy close proximity to Westwood Country Club and the Lions Municipal Golf Course. Several Austin ISD schools, including The Girls’ School of Austin, are within Tarrytown, and St. Andrews private school is nearby.

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