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Northwest Hills

Northwest Hills

One of Austin’s must-see natural landmarks is Mount Bonnell, a 775-foot-high outcrop that looms above Lake Austin.

Welcome to Northwest Hills


A serene, mostly residential haven worth the short commute


Property Address for Cover and Below Photo:

​​​​​​​1200 Barton Creek Blvd #35, Austin, Texas 78735

The dozen of subdivisions tucked into the limestone mesas and glens between Mopac and Lake Austin sprang up between the fifties and the eighties, solidifying this neighborhood as a commuter’s paradise.

What to Expect


​​​​​​​Long, winding streets and frequent wildlife sightings.


​​​​​​​Power joggers and cyclists make use of the many long, steep roads that wind through Northwest Hills. Many of the homes back up to wooded canyons, resulting in frequent appearances of deer, armadillos, and other critters.

The Lifestyle


​​​​​​​Families and commuter students recharge in peaceful environs.

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Though you’re away from the action of downtown, there are plenty of neighborhood-sustaining businesses, largely along Far West Boulevard, a main artery. You’ll find plenty of good dining options as well, from elegant multi-course meals at Chez Zee to barbecue at the County Line.

Unexpected Appeal


​​​​​​​Access to the area’s surprisingly rugged green spaces.
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What Northwest Hills lacks in pocket parks and playscapes, it makes up for in verdant protected areas, like Bull Creek, where Austinites like to cool off in the summers, and Bright Leaf Preserve, a little-known gem that offers monthly guided hikes.

The Market


​​​​​​​Mostly sprawling single-family homes, but also clusters of multi-unit properties.


​​​​​​​Students and young professionals populate the condos, townhomes, and apartment complexes right around Far West Boulevard, but as you drive deeper into the neighborhood, it’s all low-slung ranch-style houses and vertical Tuscan villas. A number of properties are dramatically set into the limestone cliffs.

You'll Fall in Love With


​​​​​​​Watching the sunsets at Mount Bonnell.


​​​​​​​One of Austin’s must-see natural landmarks is Mount Bonnell, a 775-foot-high outcrop that looms above Lake Austin. Though it requires a little effort to scale (there are both steps and a sloped trail), the jaw-dropping views are worth it, particularly if you time your visit to watch one of the sherbet-hued Texas sunsets.

 
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