Families, professionals and students in Northeast Austin enjoy this culturally and ethnically diverse neighborhood with its strong homeowner’s associations. People who move here like the proximity to the Dell Children’s Hospital and the master-planned community of Mueller Development. And, the University of Texas and downtown Austin are just 10-minute commutes away.
Neighborhoods here include Delwood IV (between Cameron and Berkman, north of 51st Street); Windsor Park (51st Street to 290); and Delwood (51st Street South to East 38th Street, on the east side of IH 35). Most homes in these neighborhoods were built in the early 60s, with three bedrooms and either a garage or carport, and most homes are in the $150,000 to $350,000 range.
French Place is a popular, older neighborhood between East 38th and 26th Street—directly across IH 35 from the University of Texas. French Place homes are usually two bedrooms with one bath selling from $190,000 to $350,000, with an average size of about 1,270 square feet.
The Mueller development adjoining IH 35 between 51st Street and Airport Blvd is a master planned community with diverse price points, from affordable housing ($150,000 with grants) to home that are $1 million-plus. The community features condominiums, townhomes and single-family residences, primarily in the $250-350,000 range.