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North Austin's Green Jewel
May 10, 2018)
I was born and raised in Brushy Creek, and I can't imagine a better place to have grown up. This neighborhood is a welcoming and family friend place, that boasts excellent public schools and a growing population rich with Austin culture. Never far from the fun, Brushy Creek is lo ...Read More
cated a short drive north of the famous downtown Austin, and just west of historic downtown Round Rock. Housing costs have increased in recent years with the northward expansion of Austin, but the growth brings more positives than negatives; from famous Austin restaurants, to bolstered youth leagues, Brushy Creek is an excellent home for family life.
The neighborhood itself is home to a variety of hiking and biking through the Texas hill country nature. Old oaks dot the yards and parks, and beautiful Brushy Creek (from where the neighborhood's name derives) creates a wonderful escape from the bustle of daily life. The summers can get hot, and spring thunderstorms do threaten flash floods on the creek, but overall the area is wonderful.
Family friendlyPublic transit is accessibleWalkable to grocery storesYards are well-keptLots of parksWalkable to restaurantsFriendly neighbors Safe at night Pet friendly Streets have sidewalksA quiet areaSense of community
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Are there many local amenities in
Well, there are not many amenities close to this location.
Little Village Park
Olson Meadows Park
Friendly Oaks Park
Kelly Reeves Stadium
Williamson Museum on the Chisholm Trail
Sam Bass Community Theatre
Cinemark Movies 8
John Gupton Stadium
Palm House Museum
Food & Drink
Avery Ranch Wine & Spirits
Is public transit available in Brushy Creek?
Of all people who commute,
0.4% take public transportation in