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CLARKSVILLE REAL ESTATE

Just Listed
property

1603 Enfield Road 201

Austin, TX  78703

$299,500

1 BR1 BA461 SQFT0.016 ACRE
MLS# 7012208
Moreland Properties
Just Listed
property

705 Highland Avenue

Austin, TX  78703

$2,200,000

4 BR4 BA2,917 SQFT0.091 ACRE
MLS# 5626401
Kuper Sotheby's Itl Rlty
property
Upcoming Open House

1631 Palma Plaza

Austin, TX  78703

$3,790,000

6 BR6 BA5,043 SQFT0.267 ACRE
MLS# 1486967
KW-Austin Portfolio RealEstate
property

1626 Palma Plaza 8

Austin, TX  78703

$689,000

2 BR3 BA1,369 SQFT0.04 ACRE
MLS# 8197865
Green Mango Real Estate
property

1111 W 12th Street 118

Austin, TX  78703

$2,349,000

4 BR4 BA2,932 SQFT0.082 ACRE
MLS# 7767210
Engel & Volkers Austin
Just Listed
property

701 Highland Avenue 2

Austin, TX  78703

$1,295,000

0.103 ACRE
MLS# 6313455
Moreland Properties
property

1010 N Lamar Boulevard

Austin, TX  78703

$2,200,000

0.122 ACRE
MLS# 9147589
Austin Premium Property

Homes for Sale in Clarksville, TX 


Located in Travis County, west of downtown Austin, Clarksville is a historical neighborhood in central Austin, also known as "Old West Austin," between Enfield Road to the north, MoPac to the west, Lamar Boulevard to the east, and Sixth Street to the south. Clarksville is in the Central time zone and uses the 78703 zip code. Situated only a mile from downtown Austin and two miles from the University of Texas, it’s 13 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. Homes for sale inClarksville are priced from $205K to $1.5M.

One of the oldest neighborhoods in Austin, founded by freed slaves in the 1870s, Clarksville is listed on the National Historic Registry. Clarksville real estate consists of a mix of mid-century bungalows, large estates, remodeled houses, and modern condos along tree-shaded streets. Clarksville listings typically attract those who appreciate eclectic, historic charm, an unbeatable location in the heart of the city, and a diverse population blending professionals, entrepreneurs, young families, artists, and university students.

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Discover Clarksville Real Estate

Built primarily in the 1930s and 1940s, Clarksville real estate includes some of the oldest and oldest as well as some of the most striking and grand homes in Austin. Clarksville listings usually have one to four bedrooms and one to three bathrooms. Many Clarksville homes for sale have been recently updated while others need renovation, which presents a great investment opportunity for savvy buyers.

Clarksville homes for sale range from 671 square feet to 3,900 square feet, with the average size being 1,800 square feet, for an average $453 per square foot, with an average price of $820K. Clarksville real estate is sought after due to its eclectic homes in a diverse, historic neighborhood, close to downtown Austin.

Amenities Near Clarksville, TX

Clarksville residents enjoy their hip, eclectic neighborhood, often walking or biking to work, school, stores, restaurants, and recreation. They enjoy visiting historic landmarks such as Haskell House and the Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church. Clarksville residents like to shop at trendy 5th and 6th Street boutiques and art galleries and at the flagship Whole Foods. They dine at restaurants such as Cipollina, Jeffrey’s, and Nau’s, Wink, Zocalo, and Amy’s Ice Cream. Only minutes away, downtown Austin offers many other retail stores, casual and fine dining, nightly live music, cultural events, and frequent festivals.

Nearby, West Austin Park offers walking and jogging trails, wading pool, tennis and basketball courts, sports fields, playgrounds, and picnic areas. Pease Park, part of the Shoal Creek Greenbelt, provides wading pools, splash pad, sports fields, volleyball courts, playgrounds, barbecue pits, and picnic areas. The Shoal Creek Hike and Bike trail offer miles of unspoiled Texas scenery. Clarksville residents can take in a round of golf at the Lions Municipal Golf Course.

Children who live in the Clarksville neighborhood attend public schools of the respected Austin Independent School District including Mathews Elementary School and Casis Elementary School, O. Henry Middle School, and Stephen F. Austin High School. Nearby private schools include The Girls’ School of Austin, Rawson Saunders School, Hyde Park Baptist School, and St. Austin Catholic School. Clarksville residents can also take advantage of higher-learning institutions such as the University of Texas at Austin and Austin Community College at Rio Grande.

Clarksville listings offer prospective homeowners the opportunity to own an eclectic home, in a diverse, historic neighborhood, and close to downtown Austin.

Community Resources in Clarksville

Animal Control: Travis County – 311 (in Austin), (512) 974-2000 or (512) 978-0500 (in unincorporated area of Travis County)

Emergency Services – 911

Fire: Austin Fire Department: Area 11 – (512) 974-4100

Police: Austin Police Department (Non-Emergency) – (512) 974-5000

Urgent Care:

- MedSpring Urgent Care - Barton Springs – 517 South Lamar Boulevard, Austin, TX 78704 – (512) 861-8055

Utilities:

- Cable Service:

  - AT&T Uverse – (800) 464-7928

  - Time Warner – (512) 485-5555

- Electricity: Austin Energy – (512) 494-9400

- Gas: Texas Gas Service – (800) 700-2443

- Telephone:

  - AT&T - 888-294-8433

  - MCI Worldcom - (800) 950-5555

  - Time Warner Cable - (512) 485-5555

- Trash & Recycling: Austin Resource Recovery – (512) 974-2000

- Water: Austin Water – (512) 972-0000

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