Clarksville (Austin, TX)
By Jeff Harris, Selling Austin. Every Day
Newer built in the Clarksville neighborhood of West Austin, this enchanting custom home feels as though it has always belonged.  One of the most walkable locations in town puts you steps from several restaurants including Jeffrey's, as well as Fresh Plus Market, coffee shop, drug store and more.   Antique wooden gates open to reveal a courtyard entry with just the right amount of low maintenance green space.  Warm stucco exterior, standing seam metal roof and long covered porches set the tone for this "lock and leave" home.   Inside, cypress wood floors cover both levels, while high ceilings and abundant windows allow fresh air and light. An upgraded kitchen features a 6 burner Viking cooktop and entertaining is easy with the open floor plan and warm fireplace with burnished metal surr...
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By Sky Realty
(Sky Realty)
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By Lily Aleksander
(Austin City Living)
Y'all won't believe what just came on the market a minute ago! A three bedroom house in walking distance to Whole Foods for only $2,050/month!  The listing agent informed me that this house always leases within a day or two, and I believe him.  You can't even get a better deal on a 3 bedroom condo anywhere NEAR downtown than this!   Call me right now!  512-627-4688 Look at these photos!
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By Robin Scott, Broker, REALTOR® - Austin Texas
(Robin Scott, REALTOR®)
Clarksville Area Schools Mathews Elementary School, located at 906 West Lynn Street, was built in 1915 and is named after former school board member W. J. Mathews.  In 2000, the school became part of the National Register of Historic Places and a designated Austin Landmark. It is an award-winning school with an exceptional faculty, and the most diverse elementary student body in Austin, Texas. O. Henry Middle School, at west 10th and Exposition Blvd., is a well regarded school with a comfortably small student body, and a very supportive PTA. Stephen F. Austin High School, at 1715 West Cesar Chavez, was recently named on a list of "Higher Performing" schools by the nonprofit National Center for Educational Achievement (NCEA). Austin High offers the Academy for Global Studies, part of the...
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By Bradley Pounds, (512) 736-3353
(Watters International Realty, Broker Lic #606049)
Condos for sale in Clarksville and Old West Austin are popular with all different types of buyers. The short distance to downtown and the UT Campus make the units favorite among young professionals, empty nesters and as many other types of buyers as you can imagine. The walkable neighborhoods are key to the practicality of life condo life in 78703. With restaurants, coffee shops and grocery stores all within a short distance, the lifestyle is suitable for buyers who want to be close to the action of downtown. Check out this list of condos for sale in Clarksville and 78703. Like what you see? Let's talk about some more options that may be out there!
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Outdoor Activities Old West Austin is a beautiful neighborhood to take a stroll, with shops and restaurants within waking distance. Cycling is a common form of transportation for residents, and Shoal Creek hike and bike trail is a few blocks to the Northeast, and Town Lake Trail is only a few blocks South. There are two neighborhood parks: Mary Francis Baylor Park, which features a new splash pad, and West Austin Park, which includes an off-leash dog area. Both parks have playscapes, swings, and basketball courts. Food and Shopping Clarksville is just west of downtown, so clubs and restaurants are only minutes away. Around the corner is the 6th Street and Lamar shopping district, which includes Whole Foods, Book People, REI, Anthropologie, Waterloo Records, and Amy´s Ice Cream. Old West...
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By Robin Scott, Broker, REALTOR® - Austin Texas
(Robin Scott, REALTOR®)
Old West Austin is a unique and 
diverse neighborhood, which 
encompasses Clarksville, a National 
Register Historic District. It’s 
boundaries are Enfield Road to the 
north, Mopac Expressway to the 
west, Town Lake to the south and 
Lamar Boulevard to the east. Rolling 
hills, shady trees, and colorful 
homes give this neighborhood its 
character. The proximity to down-
town makes Old West Austin a 
desirable location with neighbor-
hood parks and excellent schools.
 Clarksville is composed of a mixture of eclectic houses dating back to the late 1800s. The land on which the neighborhood was settled was once owned by Governor Elisha M. Pease. Rumor has it that Pease gave this land to his emancipated slaves with the arrogant expectation that if they lived close to his mansion they would...
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