Travis Country is a very desirable Southwest Austin neighborhood located near Southwest Parkway and Mopac. Homes in Travis Country start from the low $300's to over $600k. The original Travis Country began development in 1973. During the late 1980's Austin real estate slump, Travis Country was literally abandoned with builders opting to hold their lots instead of build new homes. In the early 1990's the neighborhood was once again a neighborhood in demand and builder's started building out on the remaining lots. 2004 marked the end of active home construction in the newer section of the community. Travis Country is now fully built-out with the exception of a highly disputed tract of undeveloped land owned by Austin ISD. The neighborhood has seen one of the highest home appreciation rates in Austin over the last 10 years... [more]
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TRAVIS COUNTRY! One of a kind, GREENBELT, cul-de-sac family home. Two master suites! Well cared for with lots of natural light, big trees, spacious deck, light drenched atrium, custom kitchen with granite counters, travertine marble and wood floors. Custom carved doors. Recent roof, windows, 2 high end AC systems. Community tennis courts, pools, parks, playscape, sports courts, out YOUR BACK DOOR. Hike & bike trail leads to Barton Creek
Richard Holtom & Associates
3904 Sendero Dr, Austin
House in Travis Country: Lost Creek At Gaines Ranch Rep
Lovely home in Travis Country, tucked away on a quiet street. Great public & private schools. Walk to the Barton Creek Greenbelt hike & bike trails. Spacious secondary bedrooms. Updated kitchen with granite countertops, travertine backsplash, SS appliances & opens to the living room. Hand scraped wood floors. Master on main level, features a walk-in shower, soaking tub and a “California closet” style closet. Neighborhood amenities:
Complete renovation! This 4 bedroom/2 bath + study home is situated on a quiet, tree-filled cul-de-sac in coveted Travis Country. Lots of natural light. It features 7-inch wide white oak floors throughout the living areas and master bedroom, new interior and exterior paint, Statuary marble and quartz counters, waterfall kitchen island, walk-in shower in the master bath, custom built-in bookshelves, plantation shutters, and a spacious backyard.
Beautiful 2 story 2940 sqft 4bed 2.5bath w/master DOWN, office down! 2 Living areas! Excellent floor-plan. Roof approx 2 years old! Canadian Maple hardwood floors down and up! Granite counters! Fireplace with Labradorite hearth! Slate & Labradorite inlay floors on porch! Double finished garage! Mature trees! Beautiful water feature with fish pond and fountain! Gas stub-out for BBQ hookup on back deck! Surround speakers! Just yards from
Fantastic opportunity in coveted Travis Country neighborhood. Centrally located with close proximity to freeways, downtown and community greenbelt trails. 5 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms and home office. Oversized master with remodeled spa-like bathroom. Lots of natural light, closet space and two living areas. Heavily treed back yard with fireplace is ideal for entertaining. Anderson Windows (2017), roof replaced (2015) and water heaters
David Brodsky Properties
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Travis Country Neighborhood
Travis Country is surrounded by the Barton Creek Greenbelt and neighborhood amenities include 8 tennis courts, 2 swimming pools (Blue Valley & Hilltop), basketball courts and a couple playgrounds. There are green areas throughout the subdivision including Gaines Creek Park and a number of Barton Creek Greenbelt entrances to hiking and biking trails. Twin Falls, a popular Austin swimming hole within the greenbelt, is about a 15 minute walk from Travis Country.
With all the wonderful neighborhood amenities and the short drive to downtown, Travis Country is a neighborhood poised for appreciation. It's currently one of the lower priced neighborhoods on the Barton Creek Greenbelt.
Travis Country Real Estate
Located at the northwest corner of Mopac Expressway (Loop 1) and Southwest Parkway, The Travis Country Neighborhood of Southwest Austin offers residents convenience to Downtown Austin (10 minutes), Barton Creek Mall (5 minutes), or if you need a weekend on the water, Lake Travis (20 minutes). Homes in Travis Country represents a great value if you look at the surrounding neighborhoods: Barton Creek, Lost Creek, and Regents where single-family homes frequently top 5 million dollars.
A convenient location and below average home prices are each stand-alone reasons to buy a home in any neighborhood. However, one of the most common reasons home buyers choose Travis Country is the Barton Creek Greenbelt: The Gem of Austin with over 800 acres, sheer limestone cliffs, and crystal clear swimming holes! With many greenbelt entrances within the neighborhood, you will find many Travis Country residents walking their dog, hiking, or mountain biking throughout the neighborhood. Road cycling is also very popular among Travis Country residents. Everyday you will see many groups of bikers making their trek down Southwest Parkway out west towards Lake Travis.
First Environmentally Planned Community in Austin
Travis Country was first developed in 1973 and builders took many precautions to reduce the risk of silt and building run-off polluting Barton Creek or the watershed. Development continued at a rapid pace until the mid 1980's when the Texas Real Estate Market took a nose dive right alongside the Texas oil industry and Saving & Loan Crisis.
SW Parkway runs along Barton Creek and is within the Barton Creek Watershed, an environmentally sensitive area. The preservation of water quality in Barton Springs is top priority of many local environmentalists. Due to the area's scenic beauty, great Austin ISD Schools, and convenience to Mopac, Travis Country and real estate along Southwest Parkway will remain highly desirable for the foreseeable future. That said, it's a good bet battles between developers and The City of Austin will continue for years to come. Low new housing permits create stress on housing supply. Low housing inventory puts upward pressure on real estate prices.
In addition to the amenities mentioned above, the Travis Country Homeowners' Association offers residents well-maintained amenities including:
Blue Valley Homeowners' Park
Hilltop Community Center
2 community pools, diving pool and kiddy pool
2 basketball courts
6 tennis courts
One of the many entrances in Travis Country to the Barton Creek Greenbelt.
Old Red Wagon at the Blue Valley Homeowners' Community Center.
Pool at the Hilltop Amenity Center.
Basketball courts at the Blue Valley Community Center.
The Travis Country community is located in southwest Austin zip code 78735.
Travis Country Schools
Students within the Travis Country Neighborhood attend the following Austin ISD Schools.
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