One of the city’s most historically significant and beloved communities, Tarrytown is a centrally-located subdivision created in 1915. Its slogan is “where oak trees charm the eye,” known for its impressive line of oak trees. The neighborhood boasts many beautiful natural areas, including three parks and a preserve. With many nearby luxury amenities, from restaurants to stores to award-winning schools, it has become a popular and attractive place to call home.
Tarrytown provides homebuyers with a wide selection of architectural styles, including cottages, contemporary properties, and expansive Tudor homes. Mixing smaller, traditional dwellings with larger, modern estates, it is where some of the top luxury houses in Austin can be found. The varied sizes, styles, and ages of the properties lead to a charming and eclectic setting. Some of the homes even have a lake view.
A walkable area leads to a tight-knit community, as Tarrytown residents meet each other at the park, running errands, or taking a walk. With a small-town feel and a luxury setting, it is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city. It effortlessly combines modern amenities with the character of old Austin. Surrounded by natural beauty, from several parks to Lake Austin, Tarrytown’s central location places it as the ideal neighborhood to enjoy Austin’s arts, history, and activities while still having a relaxing atmosphere.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House has been combining stellar steaks, good times, and warm welcomes into a one-of-a-kind experience since its opening in 1965. Known for its elegant design and delicious food, the restaurant boasts indoor eating, online ordering, special events, and private dining. Guests also enjoy fantastic cocktails and spirits from the bar.
Serving small plates and sophisticated sushi, Uchiko creates a chic setting for customers to enjoy the chef’s award-winning unique, non-traditional dishes. It provides flavors from smoking and charred to clean and fresh and is a great place for an event of any size.
Honey Moon Spirit Lounge has a vintage-chic design and serves creative cocktails and main dishes. With extensive outdoor seating, the lounge’s menu provides guests with modern American cuisine, comfort food, and a long drink list.
Stunning visitors with the marble-topped bar and open kitchen, Clark’s Oyster Bar has outdoor and indoor seating. The fine dining restaurant serves fresh seafood, from fish to lobster, homemade sourdough, hamburgers, and great cocktails.
The Contemporary Austin-Laguna Gloria is an escape from the busy city and a place to be inspired by masterpieces from contemporary artists brought together from around the world. From sculptures to paintings, the art is located around the wooded paths. The exhibits rotate, and the gallery also provides educational opportunities.
One of Tarrytown’s many places to enjoy nature, Mayfield Park and Nature Preserve covers 21 acres of wildlife habitat and walking paths. It has gorgeous trees, flowers, and animals, and the preserve is home to many free-roaming peacocks.
Deep Eddy Municipal Pool is the oldest swimming pool in the state, man-made and historic. This pool is filled by the river’s cold springs spilling over its banks and was named after a nearby eddy on the river. The concrete pool was built in 1915 and is now surrounded by a park full of trails and tables.