Between MoPac/Loop 1 and Loop 360, just north of 2222, you will find lovely residential neighborhoods in the hills of northwest Austin.
Wide streets lined with plenty of decades-old shade trees wind peacefully through the hills and up Cat Mountain offering residents plenty of room to walk, jog or bike to their favorite restaurant or shopping center. Award-winning schools draw many homebuyers with children to this well-maintained, older neighborhood developed in the late 60s and early 70s. Many homes are still occupied by their original owners, yet this real estate continues to attract new homeowners ready to remodel and settle in to the comfortable, relaxing feel of the peaceful community. Larger lots graced with a variety of architecture styles and beautifully manicured lawns add charm to the neighborhood, while many hilltop lots offer views of Lake Austin. Residents enjoy the convenience of being just a minute or two from grocery stores, parks, schools, restaurants and shops, and a quick 10-minute drive on Loop 1 to downtown Austin. Whether it’s participating in the July 4th parade, being involved in Northwest Little League, planning a family outing to the Dell Jewish Community Center or Westover Hills Club, or waiting for the first ice storm to slide down the hill at Murchison Middle School, residents of northwest hills enjoy their neighborhood amenities year ‘round.