Located in Central Texas on the eastern edge of the American Southwest, Austin is the capital of the state of Texas, the Lone Star State. The city dates back to the 1830’s, when the first Anglo-American settlers arrived in the area, then part of Mexico. In 1837, settlers founded the village of Waterloo on the banks of the Colorado River, the first permanent settlement in the area. By 1839, Waterloo would adopt the name Austin and the frontier town would become the capital of the Republic of Texas. The City is named for Stephen F. Austin, the “Father of Texas.”

Austin Homes For Sale

There are many great places in Austin that residents here proudly call home. Use the links below to navigate geographical areas, narrow your search and find your next home!

Central Austin Neighborhoods

South Austin Neighborhoods

Southwest Austin Neighborhoods

West Austin Neighborhoods

Downtown Austin Luxury Condominiums and Lofts

Lakeway Homes For Sale

This suburb of Austin has tons to offer for residents that live here. From rolling panoramic hill country views, world class golf and its proximity to Downtown Austin, The City of Lakeway is an amazing place to consider for your next home. Click above to see all homes that are currently listed for sale in Lakeway or use the links below to narrow it down by popular subdivisions in the area.

Bee Cave Homes For Sale

The City of Bee Cave is rich in Texas History. Although it did not officially become its own city until 1987, residents here enjoy the small town city government and have their local community members serve as their elected officials. Located on US 71 next to The City of Lakeway and The City of Austin.


If you are looking for additional information about local Austin area school districts, you have come to the right place! The Links below will have the most accurate information for you to access when researching the area schools and which might best suite your children’s needs.

Lake Travis ISD Homes For Sale

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Of course you cannot forget The University of Texas! Hook ‘Em Horns!

Dining and Shopping

With some of the best tasting food to ever touch your taste buds, a multitude of restaurant options, food trucks and the most amazing food experiences are never far. Austin is also home to some of the best shopping malls you can find anywhere in Texas. Between the Hill Country Galleria, Barton Creek Mall and all the way up to The Domain, surely you can find everything one could possibly want just a short distance from amazing neighborhood communities throughout the city.


Austin is considered the Live Music Capital of the World and for good reason. The city is filled with venues from classic live music venues to soon to be hot spots. With over 250 live music venues featuring  rock, blues, country, and jazz every night of the week its easy to see why so many musicians and artists flock here.

The Circuit of the Americas not only hosts the only F1 racing track located in the United States, a wide variety of other events including musical concerts also take place there.

Parks and Recreation 

There are many parks in Austin that residents and visitors can take advantage of. Some of the most popular include Zilker Park, Redbud Park, Ladybird or Town Lake, Lake Austin, Barton Springs, McKinney Falls State Park and more.


The major highways connecting The City of Austin to its surrounding suburban areas to the urban downtown districts are fairly easy to navigate. Residents commuting use IH35 which runs North and South through downtown. Other major highways include FM 2222, US 83 and Loop 360 that run East and West.  It does not take long for commuters to learn the quickest paths of least resistance in order to reach their final destinations.