Bryker Woods is an older central city neighborhood with a mix of young and old families. It is a predominantly single family neighborhood composed of mostly small homes in good condition. Historic bridges span Shoal Creek connecting Bryker Woods to the University of Texas campus and the central business district. While there are no large open spaces or areas of undeveloped land within the neighborhood, the natural environment of the neighborhood is one of its greatest assets. Within the neighborhood, mature trees line the streets and provide shade for the houses. Shoal Creek forms a part of the eastern border of the neighborhood and the hike and bike trail can be followed (with one short break) to Pease Park and beyond. Bailey Park is within walking distance. The neighborhood has traditionally enjoyed its proximity to the University of Texas, the Capitol Complex, and downtown. Bryker Woods has been a part of the West Austin Neighborhood Group since 1973. In 1983, the Bryker Woods Neighborhood Association was formed.
How is it different?
- Access to many retail locations inc. Central Market
- On the Shoal Creek Greenbelt
- Hike and Bike Access to Downtown/UT
What are the basic details?
|Price Range||$230k - $880k|
|Year Built Range||1937 - 1965|
|General Typography||Low rolling hills/flat|
|School District||Austin ISD - Casis Elementary, Bryker Woods Elementary, O Henry Middle School, Austin High School|
|Private Schools||St. Andrew Episcopal School|
|Parks||Shoal Creek Park, Bailey Park, Seiders Spring Park, Hancock Golf Course|
Some of our personal faves
- Brick Oven on 35th
- Tèo Coffee & Gelato
- Ginnie’s Little Longhorn Saloon
- Cafè Express
- Waterloo Icehouse
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