Eclectic, conveniently located community with unmatched historic charm.
Minutes from Downtown Austin, you’ll discover the historic neighborhood of Clarksville. This highly walkable community boasts a charming atmosphere, beautiful homes, and one of the most convenient locations in the city. Locals here get to enjoy effortless access to area expressways, scenic views of the Colorado River, well-maintained parks, and a host of other desirable amenities.
Residents especially appreciate living within walking distance of Austin’s trendiest restaurants, exceptional public schools, and excellent shopping. Those who want to live in a more laid-back part of town — without sacrificing close proximity to big-city conveniences — will find that Clarksville is an outstanding fit.
This area is well-known for its stunning homes and condos. A sizable number of homes have interiors that are both modern and updated. Residential properties that are compact in size start around $500,000, while more spacious homes easily fetch over $1 million.
Clarksville has a distinctly trendy and eclectic vibe. Although the area is technically suburban, it has a one-of-a-kind personality that isn’t often found in comparable neighborhoods. Residents here take life at a more relaxed pace and use their talents and experiences to contribute to the unique community that is Clarksville.
Home buyers who seek an area that meets these characteristics, those who consider themselves foodies, and those who want to be near it all should consider relocating to Clarksville.
Clarksville is an ideal place for individuals who love exploring their neighborhood’s restaurants and stores. There is always something new and exciting for locals to experience.
Around town, there are plenty of top-quality stores to frequent. Many of these stores are either locally or regionally owned. One long-standing staple in Clarksville is Fresh Plus Grocery, which has provided the highest quality foods and beverages for over 80 years. Other notable stores to visit include The Khazana (featuring sustainable home decor and furniture), Whole Earth Provision Co., Julian Gold Inc, and Elle’s Boutique.
When it comes to on-trend bars and restaurants that deliver creative and delicious menu offerings, Clarksville is the place to be. If you haven’t explored the restaurant scene here yet, make plans to try Clark’s Oyster Bar, Galaxy Cafe, Josephine House, Jeffery’s, Nightcap, Lin Asian Bar, Cipollina, ALC Steaks, and Bar Peached.
Don’t want to venture far on your off days? In Clarksville, you can easily find great ways to relax and unwind within the community.
Residents are particularly fond of the West Austin Neighborhood Park, which sits in the center of Clarksville. This beautifully maintained park features an off-leash dog park, a playground, a pool, and a cozy spot to hold a picnic or family gathering. Another gorgeous park in town is the Mary Frances Baylor Clarksville Park.
Just outside of the immediate area, you can bask in the peace and tranquility of the Colorado River. Walk, run, cycle, or sit alongside the river on the Roy and Ann Butler Hike and Bike Trail. Nearby, you’ll find public access to Lady Bird Lake, Lake Austin Park, and the Deep Eddy Municipal Pool. On the border of Clarksville, there is even more to see and explore. Pease District Park (which hosts an annual party for Winnie the Pooh character Eeyore) has trails, playgrounds, and sports courts. Additionally, House Park is a fantastic spot for avid skateboarders and BMX enthusiasts.
Clarksville is home to an excellent elementary school:
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