We are based in central Austin, and this is where we do most of our work. While we sometimes work on the outskirts of Austin, we recommend that you are in the Austin area if you want to partner with us. Unless you plan on making Austin your home, we recommend out-of-city customers explore their own local options for home builders.
Close to the Mopac Expressway and Highway 183, Allandale is a great place for families looking for a quieter slice of Austin. Its bordering Burnet Road offers a variety of eateries and bars for entertaining out-of-town guests without the drive to downtown.
If you are interested in being close to nature, Barton Hills is the place for you. It is home to parks, botanic gardens, and trendy cafes. The neighborhood is a great balance of more laid-back nightlife and serene greenery while being minutes away from downtown Austin.
Known for its tree-lined streets and WWII-era homes, Brentwood is a close-knit community of both young professionals and established residents. Brentwood Park hosts the Violet Crown Festival annually to celebrate local music, food, art, and the neighborhood itself.
Great for families, Bryker Woods has its own elementary school and is just a few minutes away from downtown and the University of Texas. Despite the closer proximity to downtown, it feels more like a suburb with comfortable yards, tree-lined streets, and an active neighborhood association.
One of Austin Monthly’s top 20 Austin Neighborhoods, Crestview is known for its quiet streets and big backyards. With a blend of families, young professionals, and retirees, this diverse area features a microbrewery, bars, fun furniture stores, and colorful places to eat.
A haven for foodies and artists, East Austin is a vibrant and modern neighborhood just on the other side of I-35 from downtown. It has a growing public school system and hip bars and eateries, making it the place to be for both families and young professionals.
If great scenery is one of your dream home must-haves, Highland Park should be at the top of your list. The neighborhood also has plenty of hiking and biking opportunities, including Mount Bonnell for an incredible outlook of the city. Both lots and homes in this area are larger, so spacious homes are another reason to give this great view a second look.
This master-planned community was built from the ground up with the focus on a walkable community of natural-growth parkland, trails, shopping, services, and a variety of housing options.
South Congress (SoCo)
Vibrant, hip, and creative, SoCo is lined with restaurants, boutiques, neighborhood bars, and coffee shops. The community offers a variety of local events, retro stores, and even a dance club or two.
The Land Between Lakes, this neighborhood sits between the Steiner Ranch Preserve and Balcones Canyonland Preserve. That means more than 20 miles of hiking and biking trails, as well as several neighborhood parks. Residents have access to the private Lake Club on Lake Austin and its three community centers. And, with a newly-built high school, Steiner Ranch brings state-of-the-art education to local families.
Just east of Interstate 35 and south of Highway 290, Windsor Park offers easy access to the rest of the city. This affordable, family-friendly neighborhood boasts several parks, ranch homes, playscapes, private and public schools, and a library in the neighborhood.
This incredible Austin neighborhood is in walking distance of Barton Springs, the Barton Creek Greenbelt, and Zilker Park, which means you don’t need to find parking if you want to go to special events like the Trail of Lights and Austin City Limits Music Festival. The central location and history are a huge draw for both professionals and families.