East Austin is quickly becoming one of the most popular areas to live in Austin. Homes here vary wildly, both in age and style, some dating as far back as the early 1900’s. It is this eclectic mix that attracts many home buyers to the region who are seeking out a home and neighborhood that match their own unique perspectives on living life in Austin.
Bounded by the I-35 freeway on its west side and stretching out to US-183 on its east side, East Austin squares off as US-183 curves west to meet US-290 on the north side while the Colorado River completes the southern edge. East Austin covers quite a lot of space with many options for homebuyers of any budget.
The Cherrywood, Mueller, and Central East neighborhoods are perhaps some of the more popular places for young people to both live and play. A wide variety of up and coming restaurants, bars, cafes and music and dance venues are easy to access by foot, biking or just a short drive and make these area some of the most lively in Austin, all the while maintaining a sense of peace and quiet for those homes located off the main thoroughfares.