Cool way to use corner space. So organized!
Individual storage cubes fuse together to create a modern library wall and built-in storage unit.
It’s that time again! We’ve done the research and digging all around just to give you another insight into a charming neighborhood of Austin. If you’re thinking about moving here (and you should), but don’t know where to start, we’ve got the guide for you. This spotlight will shed light on the ups and downs, ins and outs of the sweet neighborhood of Tarrytown near downtown Austin.
Tarrytown is bordered by Lake Austin Boulevard on the south, Lake Austin on the west, West 35th street on the north, and Mopac Expressway on the East. The ZIP code is 78703 and the major roads include Exposition Boulevard, Enfield Road, and Windsor Road. This neighborhood is located conveniently close to downtown and also has some of the best schools in A.I.S.D. such as Casis Elementary, O. Henry Middle School, and Austin High School.
With many historic developments, stylish houses, longstanding churches, and peaceful parks, Tarrytown has it all. The area is home to a variety of people such as young families, empty nesters, and small business owners. In fact, some residents you may know include Matthew McConnaughey and President George W. Bush! Tarrytown offers something for everyone with stunning lake views, smaller homes, and apartments as well. If that’s not enough, this neighborhood even has its own Facebook! This is where residents can connect as a community and get to know their local neighbors.
In addition to the thriving community of Tarrytown, there’s also a lot to do in this quiet area. Golfers frequent Lions Municipal Golf Course while other outdoors lovers enjoy the peacocks and tame deer at Mayfield Preserve. You can cool off during the hot Texas heat at Reed Park and Pool and then grab a bite to eat at Fabi and Rosi or Magnolia Cafe near Lake Austin Blvd. Finally, if you’re looking for a more quiet way to enjoy the day, you can take a stroll through the Laguna Gloria Art Museum or stop for a cup of coffee at Mozart’s.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those involved in the marathon.
At least 200 runners from Austin were in Boston to participate in the marathon, including 48 from Gilbert’s Gazelles Running Group and 50 from Rogue Running.
If you know anyone running in the Boston Marathon, lots of folks on social media are suggesting checking out http://raceday.baa.org/individual.html to see the last place they checked in along the route. As of now, the link loads on mobile, spotty on desktop.