Homes for Sale in Huntland Heights, TX 

Located in Travis County, Huntland Heights is a large, established neighborhood in north central Austin. Positioned between Highway 183 and West Odell Street to the north, Airport Boulevard and Guadalupe Street to the west, Interstate 35 and Roland Johnson Drive to the east, and East Huntland Drive to the south, Huntland Heights is in the Central time zone and uses the 78752 zip code.

Situated four miles from the University of Texas at Austin, six miles from downtown Austin, and 16 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, it’s only four miles to Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas and five miles to Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas. Homes for sale in Huntland Heights are priced from $250K to $400K.

Close to major employers like IBM and Apple, Huntland Heights real estate consists of single-family, one-story and two-story houses with ranch-style and traditional-style architectural designs. Huntland Heights listings usually have stone, brick, and stucco exteriors. Some Huntland Heights homes for sale have been recently updated while others need renovation, which presents a great investment opportunity for savvy buyers.

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Built in the 1950s and 1960s, Huntland Heights real estate features modest homes on oversized lots. Huntland Heights listings usually have three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two-car garages, and spacious backyards. Some Huntland Heights homes for sale have added swimming pools, gardens, and shaded outdoor living areas.

Just six miles northeast of downtown Austin, Huntland Heights listings ranges in size, averaging 1,043 square feet, at an average $237 per square foot, and an average price of $332K. Huntland Heights real estate is sought after due to its affordable homes in a centrally located, popular neighborhood, close to downtown Austin.

Amenities Near Huntland Heights, TX

Huntland Heights homeowners shop at Mueller Regional Retail Center, The Shops at Arbor Walk, Northcross Shopping Center, Gateway Shopping Center, The Domain, and The Arboretum in North Austin and dine at local restaurants such as East Side Pies, Kome, Your Mom's Burger Bar, Bartlett's, Kiefer's Café, Trudy's, and Chuy's. They go ice skating at the Northcross Center or catch a flick at the Regal Cinemas Gateway 16 and IMAX. A short bus ride or drive away, downtown Austin offers many other retail stores, casual and fine dining, nightly live music, cultural events, and frequent festivals.

Just a couple of miles away, Brentwood Park offers tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts, swimming pool, sports fields, playgrounds, and picnic areas. The Beverly Sheffield Northwest District Park, set along Shoal Creek, with three swimming pools, two fishing piers, tennis and basketball courts, sports fields, playground, barbeque pits, picnic areas, and walking, jogging, and cycling trails. Quail Creek Park offers a walking, jogging, and cycling trail, volleyball court, barbeque pits, and playground and picnic areas that are shaded by a large grove of hackberry trees.

The 293-acre Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park provides swimming pools, basketball and volleyball courts, sports fields, playgrounds, barbeque pits, picnic areas, and scenic walking, jogging, and cycling trails. Huntland Heights homeowners can take in a round of golf at the Valley Oak Golf Club, five miles away from Huntland Heights homes for sale, or Great Hills Country Club, eight miles away.

Children who live in the Huntland Heights neighborhood attend public schools of the Austin Independent School District (ISD) including Reilly Elementary School, Webb Middle School, and McCallum High School. Nearby private schools include Paragon Prep, Stepping Stone School, Bright Horizons Family Center at Braker Lane, St. Francis Catholic School, and Brentwood Christian School, and Griffin School. Huntland Heights residents can also take advantage of higher-learning institutions such as the University of Texas at Austin, Concordia University Texas, and Austin Community College, Northridge.

Huntland Heights listings offer prospective homeowners the opportunity to own an affordable home, in a centrally located, popular neighborhood, close to downtown Austin.

Community Resources in Huntland Heights

Animal Control – 311, (512) 978-0500

Emergency Services – 911

Fire: Austin Fire Department Station (non-emergency) – (512) 974-0130

Police: Austin (non-emergency) – (512) 974-5000

Texas Highway Patrol: Austin (non-emergency) – (512) 997-4102

Urgent Care:

- Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas – 4900 Mueller Boulevard, Austin, TX 78723 – (512) 324-0000 (4 miles away)

- Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas – 1500 Red River Street, Austin, TX 78701 – (512) 324-7000 (5 miles away)


- Cable/Satellite Service:

   - DirecTV – (800) 543-1549

  -  DISH Network – (512) 870-8221

  -  Grande Communications – (512) 220-4600

   - Time Warner Cable – (512) 485-5555

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

   - Power outages – (512) 322-9100

- Internet:

   - AT&T Internet/DirectTV – (855) 293-7676

   - AT&T U-verse – (844) 723-0252

   - Cox Communications – (866) 298-1514

   - DISH Network – (512) 870-8221

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

- Solar: Texas Solar Power Company – (512) 459-9494

- Telephone:

   - AT&T – (888) 294-8433

   - MCI Worldcom – (800) 950-5555

- Trash & Recycling: Austin Resource Recovery – 311, (512) 494-9400

- Water: Austin Water Utility – (512) 972-0101

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