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Tarrytown is a charming neighborhood in central Austin. Just west of downtown and the north-south corridor of MoPac, Tarrytown is ripe with historical and remodeled homes and offers an appealing blend of “old Austin” and modern convenience. Many residents value the small-town feel they can find here, running into neighbors at area parks, stores, and schools, while still being only moments away from downtown businesses and museums.

Originally established as an official subdivision in 1915, its popularity at the time grew in large part because of its successful advertising slogan, “Where oak trees charm the eye.” Add another 100 years of tree growth, and you can begin to see why Tarrytown’s beautiful tree canopy is an important element of this neighborhood!

Homes in Tarrytown are varied. Potential buyers will find a mix ranging from small, restored but near original cottages, to remodeled and expanded homes, to new estate size homes on expansive lots. A few gated communities in the western portion of Tarrytown will be lakeside along Lake Austin just below the towering cliffs of Mount Bonnell.

Lion’s Municipal Golf Course

The City's most popular public courses. In 1924, the Lions Club opened Lions Municipal, the first public golf course in the city. While "Muny" has changed over the years, it remains a quality test to Austin's most loyal golf patrons.

Deep Eddy Pool

Deep Eddy Pool is a historic, man-made swimming pool in Austin, Texas, United States. Deep Eddy is the oldest swimming pool in Texas and has a bathhouse built during the Depression-era, by the Works Progress Administration. The pool began as a swimming hole in the Colorado River, became a resort in the 1920s, and is today a popular swimming pool operated by the City of Austin.

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