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  • Historic neighborhood named after Dr. Joseph Pemberton, an early mayor of Austin and landowner in the area, known for its classic charm blended with modern convenience

  • Development began in the 1920s and continued through the 1930s

  • Celebrated for its diverse architectural styles, including American Craftsman, Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, and Mediterranean Revival, set among spacious lots and wide streets

  • Recognized for its commitment to historic preservation, with over 40 residences designated as historical landmarks including Pemberton Castle, the Reed Estate, the Bohn House, and the Catterall-Mills House, each with unique architectural and historical features

  • Offers a blend of tranquility and urban accessibility, being just a 10-minute commute from downtown

  • Tree-lined streets and proximity to the Shoal Creek Greenbelt and Pease Park provide ample opportunities for outdoor activities

  • In the Austin Independent School District and served by Casis Elementary, O’Henry Middle School, and Austin High School

  • Close to the commercial amenities of downtown as well as smaller commercial centers, such as 38th & Lamar, and 43rd & Duval

Welcome to Pemberton!

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