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Crestview

Crestview is another central neighborhood with homes built primarily in the 1950s with an average square footage of 1300 and an average price range of $255,000 as of 2011. Along with the original 2 or 3 bedroom, 1 bath homes, there are larger, remodeled and brand new homes in the $400,000s as of 2011. The community is bordered by Anderson Lane on the north side, Justin Lane on the south side, Lamar Boulevard on the east side, and Burnet Road on the west side. The location has extremely close proximity to MoPac, 183 and Intersate Highway 35 for easy travel in and around Austin.

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The Crestview Neighborhood

The appeal of Crestview, Austin is the the small community, tree lined streets, ice cream socials, bungalow-style homes, and active neighborhood association. It is a pedestrian friendly area to walk or ride your bike to the neighborhood Minimax grocery store, established in 1953, or the locally owned Top Notch Burgers for a juicy, charcoal burger curbside or dine in. If you are a collector or bargain shopper, hit the eclectic stores lining Burnet Road for furniture, antiques and almost anything your heart desires. The Crestview Neighborhood Association offers you a platform to get involved and have a voice in the activities and developments in and around your community.

Crestview Transportation

Crestview’s prime location lends itself to a more urban life-style with easy access walking or riding your bike, as well as catching the Capital MetroRail or the Capital Metro Bus. The Capital MetroRail has a hub located in Crestview on Burnet Road and is equipped with bike racks, Wi-Fi, and service from downtown Austin, Texas to Leander, Texas. There are numerous Capital Metro bus locations in the area.