Bouldin Creek Condos For Sale

Bouldin Creek is a peaceful, attractive neighborhood with plenty of trees and parks. At the same time, it's just minutes from Austin's CBD. The suburb's popularity makes Bouldin Creek property an excellent investment.

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Bouldin Creek condos for sale range from modern one- and two-bedroom options, ideal for single people and couples, to luxury condos with stunning architectural designs and three bedrooms or more.

The first homes in Bouldin Creek were established in the early 1900s. Today the suburb still includes a number of historic buildings, including Victorian mansions, charming old houses and churches such as the Holy Name of Mary Orthodox Church and the St Anne African Methodist Episcopal Church.

In the 1920s and 30s, and again more recently, Bouldin Creek experienced a property boom, with new developments adding to the wide range of property types, styles and sizes in the area.

Most condos in Bouldin Creek are comparatively new, featuring clean modern designs and plenty of light. Always in demand, condos are typically more affordable and require less maintenance than free-standing homes of similar size.

Bouldin Creek is minutes from the popular South Congress area, with its many restaurants, boutiques and art galleries. It's also near Lady Bird Lake, which is popular for kayaking and is surrounded by over 10 miles of walking and jogging trails.

Also adjacent to Bouldin Creek is the South First area, known for its Latin community and with several popular Mexican bakeries, small businesses, and art galleries.