Bouldin Creek Homes For Rent

Bouldin Creek is a friendly, suburban neighborhood that combines leafy surroundings and parks with easy access to Austin's city center.

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Bouldin Creek homes for lease range from historic houses built during the early 1900s to more modern homes, in a mix of sizes and styles. These include affordable bungalows, comfortable, multi-story family homes, and architecturally stunning new homes, set amidst the trees.

Bouldin Creek was first settled at the turn of the 20th Century. As more people realized the area's appeal, it experienced a boom in the 1920s and 30s – and it has seen another boom over the past two decades.

Bouldin Creek borders the eclectic South Congress area, with its many eateries, quirky boutique stores, and art galleries. It's also just a short distance from picturesque Lady Bird Lake, which features over 10 miles of walking and jogging trails. At the lake, you can picnic or even rent a kayak.

Bouldin Creek includes a number of historical attractions. Among these is Green Pastures, a Victorian mansion built in 1916 and once home to the famous activist, John Henry Faulk. Today Green Pastures houses a well-known restaurant in a gorgeous, garden setting, complete with strolling peacocks.
Other examples of charming, historic buildings in the neighborhood are the Holy Name of Mary Orthodox Church and the St Anne African Methodist Episcopal Church.

The nearby South First area is known for its Latin spirit, with a number of popular Mexican bakeries, small businesses, and art galleries.