Featured Neighborhood: Travis Country
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Travis Country is a Southwest Austin community in the 78735 zip code inside Travis County. Not to be confused Travis Country West, the Travis Country community is an established neighborhood offer lush green landscapes as well as parks and greenbelts. It is also conveniently located near many popular Austin amenities.
Homes within Travis Country typically feature brick exteriors with 1 to 2 story floorplans. Some common features are swimming pools, covered patios, balconies and decks. Homes in the community have an average build date of 1989.
In Travis Country, the home interiors are an average of 2,300 square feet with 3-5 bedrooms and 2-4 bathrooms. The floorplans are often open, with eat-in kitchens, spacious living areas and high ceilings. Homes also offer cozy fireplaces and expansive master suites. It’s also very common to find upgraded homes with newer appliances, paint and flooring. Other homes are ready and waiting for an update.
Travis Country is an established neighborhood in Southwest Austin in the midst of lush greenery in the form of parks and greenbelts. Not to be confused with Travis Country West, this Travis County community is in the 78735 zip code and is close to many of the area’s best amenities and destinations.
With an average build date of 1989, Travis Country homes for sale are suburban brick designs with 1-2 stories. Common features include refreshing pools, covered patios, balconies, and decks for relaxing and entertaining.
Interiors average 2,300 square feet with 3-5 bedrooms and 2-4 bathrooms. Floor plans are open and include eat-in kitchens, spacious living areas with high ceilings, fireplaces, and expansive master suites. Many homes have upgraded appliances, paint, and flooring, while others are ripe for remodeling.
There’s plenty of recreation within Travis Country, including such amenities as tennis courts, BBQ areas, and pools within the neighborhood itself. Within close proximity to the neighborhood are many green areas including Gaines Creek Park, Gaines Creek Greenbelt and Barton Creek Greenbelt.
For shopping and casual dining, Sunset Valley Village is less than 4 miles away and offers residents a Nordstrom Rack, Barnes and Noble, and The Home Depot. For additional shopping, Barton Creek Square is less than 5 miles away.
Close to MoPac Expressway / TX-1 Loop and Highway 290, residents have quick access to most parts of Austin for work, school, and recreation.
The Austin ISD serves the students of Travis Country. Younger students attend Oak Hill Elementary (PK-5) while older students attend O. Henry Middle (6-8) and Stephen F. Austin High School (9-12). The high school is the first public high school in the state of Texas and is proud of its nationally known jazz band. Private school options include a 7-mile drive to both St. Gabriel’s Catholic School (PK-8) and St. Michael’s Catholic Academy (9-12).
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