Highland, North Central

Located near Hwy 183 and Interstate 35, an easy commute from Williamson County or downtown Austin, the Highland Neighborhood enjoys a mix of longtime, retired homeowners and younger families. Because of its affordability and still central location, it has become a popular choice among first time home buyers.

With an influx of first time home buyers and investors improving the area, along with an active home owners association, Highland is quickly becoming the best place to be. It offers easy access to highways and top-notch restaurants and shopping, along with a short drive to the University of Texas and Downtown Austin.

Homes were built in the 1950s and 1960s on a smaller scale ranging between 1,000 and 1,200 square feet. The average make up of a home is 3 bedroom, 1 bath n a .25-acre lot. Here, you can find fully remodeled homes for less than what you could get in a trendier neighborhood nearby.

Hot Spots: University of Texas, The Domain

Outdoor Attractions: Highland Park

Schools These Students Attend: Brown or Reilly Elementary, Webb Middle School and Lanier or McCallum High School

Average Home Pricing: $297,000 – $528,000

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