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Tarrytown Community

Impeccable homes and yards, central location, and breathtaking views of Lake Austin, make up the affluent Tarrytown neighborhood. One of Austin’s most prestigious neighborhoods, buying a home in Tarrytown neighborhood reflects a relaxed luxury with residents frequenting the popular Mozart’s Coffee House, Hula Hut, and boating Lake Austin on the weekends. 

The homes in Tarrytown are luxurious, the property prime, with central living and ease of nature. From 1920’s cottages to newer mansions, and even some high-end apartment complexes, the people that make up these homes come from all walks of life, but are able to pay a premium price tag for this paradise living. 

Tarrytown Location

Tarrytown sits south of MoPac and north of Lake Austin, between 35th Street to Enfield. Minutes from downtown and the University of Texas, Tarrytown neighbors Hyde Park, Clarksville, Old West Austin, and West Lake Hills. The Tarrytown neighborhood possesses quick access to local, quirky Austin favorites, as well as more traditional retailers. 

Schools of Tarrytown

Children of Tarrytown neighborhood have the option of attending the Austin Independent School District highly ranked schools of Casis Elementary, O’ Henry Middle School, and Austin High School. 

Many residents take advantage of the surplus of private options near the Tarrytown neighborhood as well. The Girls’ School of Austin (K-8th) is select admission aimed at intellectually challenging girls to aspire for excellence and leadership. St. Andrew’s Episcopal School (1st-12th) and St. Austin Catholic School (K-8th) are other popular choices of Tarrytown residents, as well as dozens other private schools saturating a five-mile radius outside of Tarrytown. 

Life in Tarrytown

In addition to enjoying the serenity of Lake Austin, residents of Tarrytown love to golf the local Lyons Golf Course. Beautiful parks roll through the plush Tarrytown neighborhood, so stroll down the heavenly Mayfield Reserve—a 22 acre nature home to vibrant peacocks and lush gardens and springs, or play for the day at the community Reed Park, when Tarrytown is your home.