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  • Historic neighborhood in south Austin bounded by Lady Bird Lake to the north, Interstate 35 to the east, Congress Avenue to the west, and Oltorf Street to the south.

  • Features a variety of architectural styles, including 1800s Victorians, mid-century modern homes, and newly built houses, reflecting the neighborhood's evolution over the years

  • Recognized for being the first Local Historic District south of the river in Austin

  • Home to several parks, including Little Stacy and Big Stacy parks, connected by the Blunn Creek Greenbelt, that offer amenities like wading pools for children, a year-round public pool, picnic tables, and tennis and basketball courts

  • Proximity to South Congress Avenue, known for its unique shops, excellent restaurants, and iconic landmarks like the 1955 Continental Club

  • Stands out for its central location, just minutes away from downtown Austin, making it convenient for residents to access the city's cultural scenes, live music venues, and a diverse culinary landscape

  • Harmoniously blends tradition with modern urban living, offering residents a diverse architectural landscape, rich amenities, and a vibrant community spirit

Welcome to Travis Heights!

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