Milwood - Austin Real Estate Agent


Milwood is a popular north Austin neighborhood bordered by MoPac to the east, Anderson Mill to the west, Parmer Lane to the north, and Highway 183, also called Research Boulevard, to the south. Residents enjoy the soaring oaks, highly acclaimed schools and easy access to shopping, restaurants and parks. Depending on the location within the subdivision, public school children will attend either Austin Independent School District or Round Rock Independent School District. Milwood’s prime location is only 14 miles from downtown for an easy commute via car or the Capital MetroRail as well.

Homes For Sale in Milwood

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Shopping Around Milwood

The streets of north Austin are lined with retail centers galore, but two of Milwood’s favorite shopping destinations are The Arboretum and The Domain. The Arboretum is located northwest of the intersection of 183 and Capital of Texas Highway. The shopping area encompasses a few blocks with anything you could possibly need or want from groceries to clothing to home accessories. The Domain, located off MoPac and Braker Lane, is more of a modern, open air shopping experience and extremely pedestrian friendly with interior streets, curbside shop access and a cobble-stone walkways. Both shopping centers offer an array of food options. At the Domain, sit on the patio for sushi at Kona Grill or vegetarian flare at The Steeping Room. At the Arboretum, Rudy’s Barbeque and P.F. Chang’s China Bistro are popular spots for some great dining.

Milwood Homes

Homes in Milwood were built from the 1980s to the 1990s, primarily by Milburn Homes. There is a garden home section of smaller homes around 1000 square feet for approximately $115,000 or homes as large as 2800 square feet for approximately $220,000 as of 2011. Milwood is part of a Municipal Utility District that manages trash collection, water services, and maintains the public areas including Rattan Creek Park and Robinson Park as well as the miles of hike and bike trails and greenbelt.

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