Southwest Austin is the ideal location for those looking to live within a close proximity to downtown, but want the affordability and convenience of South Austin. Residents living in Southwest Austin are close to great outdoor recreational areas such as the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center and also excellent shopping areas like Barton Creek Mall and Southpark Meadows.
Travis Heights is a sought-after residential neighborhood close to the bustling South Congress scene. Rolling, winding streets shrouded in mature live oak trees showcase an eclectic array of 1920s-era homes with gardens plus a few modernist constructions.
Bouldin is a diverse, laid-back neighborhood in touch with the “Keep Austin Weird” vibe. Quirky shops mix with trendy cafes and old-school Mexican joints. There’s also a thriving food trailer scene. A waterfront park, Auditorium Shores, features events at the Long Center for the Arts, plus skyline views and a Stevie Ray Vaughn memorial.
Riverside is a small city in Walker County, Texas, United States. The population was 510 at the 2010 census. The climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally mild to cool winters.
Oak Hill is an unincorporated community and collection of neighborhoods located in southwest Austin, Texas. The area now known as Oak Hill was initially known as Live Oak Springs in the 19th century.