Renters might be surprised to learn which Austin area neighborhoods are the most popular according to local realtors. Therefore, Culturemap ranked the neighborhoods in Austin due to their popularity. Wondering if your neighborhood made the well-renowned list?
Best Austin neighborhoods to live in.
78745, close to Westgate is a great budget-friendly alternative close to South Austin. Plus, renters won’t find themselves paying the high prices of 78704. This is one of the hottest neighborhoods due to the area’s proximity to Sunset Valley. Another popular area with Austin buyers is Southwest Austin, specifically Travis Country. Highly rated schools and extensive community amenities, make the area highly desirable.
Houses in Cuernavaca are seeing appreciation rates among the highest in Austin.
Gracywoods, located in North Austin, is close to the Domain. Renters highly seek out this area because you can do it all here: exercise, shop, and dine all in one place. Cuernavaca is a street in Westlake with several neighborhoods off of it. Housing here comes in a large range of types, from those built last century to those built just yesterday, and in size from condos to palatial estates.
Scenic Brook/Windmill Run is sandwiched between much more expensive neighborhoods like Circle C and Barton Creek. As a result, the neighborhood offers bargains for buyers and renters, as well as has a lot of dining options such as Stubb’s B-B-Q at Graceland Grocery and Jester King. Houses in this area are nestled in the beautiful hills and built on solid foundations concentrated on limestone bedrock. Therefore, homeowners won’t find any floodplains here!