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  • One of Austin’s oldest neighborhoods, formed at the turn of the 20th century

  • Celebrated for its eclectic architecture, primarily from the early twentieth century, with a blend of late-nineteenth-century cottages and modern structures

  • Bounded by Lady Bird Lake, South Congress Avenue, Oltorf Street, and the Union Pacific Railroad tracks

  • Proximity to early Austin’s city limits made it one of its first “suburbs.” The area's significance in Austin’s past is reflected in its structures from different periods of the city’s history

  • Noted for its walkability and a blend of residential and commercial areas, this is a neighborhood where residents can enjoy a variety of local businesses, bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks

  • Home to the Texas School for the Deaf, established in 1856, and the oldest continually operating public school in the state

  • Mattie's at Green Pastures, a historic landmark and a popular dining destination known for its Southern cuisine and charming setting, is located on a beautiful treed estate in the neighborhood

  • Boasts several parks and green spaces, such as the West Bouldin Creek Greenbelt, a hidden gem for those seeking a peaceful hike away from the hustle and bustle

  • Provides a unique combination of Austin's historical roots and contemporary lifestyle just steps from downtown​

Welcome to Bouldin Creek!

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