Rollingwood Real Estate
Nestled between Town Lake and Zilker Park yet close to Austin ‘s vibrant downtown, Rollingwood offers the best of both suburban tranquility and big-city entertainment.
|Active Listings:||3||Pending/Contingent Listings:||1|
|Price Range:||$825,000 to $1,799,000||Price Average:||$1,260,975|
|Size Range:||2,452 to 5,300 Sq. Ft.||Size Average:||3,793 Sq. Ft.|
The established neighborhood of approximately 1,300 just west of MoPac Boulevard and south of Town Lake serves as the eastern edge of the affluent Westlake community. Rollingwood consists of approximately 450 single-family homes built primarily from the 1960s through the 1980s with a smattering of apartments.
Residents can literally walk to downtown Austin because of easy access to the city’s well established Town Lake Hike and Bike Trail. The close proximity of Zilker Park (Austin ‘s largest park) offers plenty of outdoor activities. Visitors can explore the nearby greenbelts, canoe on Town Lake and even play a round of disc golf. And nothing beats the Texas summer heat like a dip into the cool waters of the famed Barton Springs.
Of course, many residents rarely venture from their neighborhood. And why would they? Rollingwood has a wealth of shopping and dining on Bee Cave Road , which serves as the southern edge of the town. The city also boasts its own park that includes ball fields, a community pool and a playscape.
In a community teeming with successful professionals, education is serious business. And business is good in the Eanes school district, an independent school district that covers 31.2 square miles west of Austin . Consistently ranked as one of the best school districts in Texas , Eanes offers a top-rate education and a wealth of extracurricular activities. It also binds Rollingwood with the neighboring municipality of West Lake Hills. Together, they form the heart of one of Austin ‘s most desired neighborhoods.