Crestview Homes For Sale
Located in north central Austin, Crestview is a peaceful, residential neighborhood located under 10 miles from the heart of Downtown Austin. It includes a wide range of properties, from ranch-style homes that date to the 1950s to more modern but equally comfortable family bungalows with pretty gardens.
In recent years, properties in this Austin suburb has continued to grow in popularity. This makes a home in Crestview an ideal investment opportunity.
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More about Crestview
Crestview was developed in the late 1950s, on the site of an old dairy farm. Today it's a well-established, attractive suburb, home to a total population of just over 5,000 people – including a high percentage of families and young couples.
Family-friendly Brentwood Park is just next door to Crestview. It features nine acres of open green space, a walking trail, a swimming pool, tennis and basketball courts, and a children's playground.
Crestview falls in the Austin Independent School District and includes several good schools. It's also home to the Burnet Road Farmers Market and to a number of locally-owned small businesses and restaurants.
The suburb is within easy commuting distance of the University of Texas, making it popular with students and their families. The Pickle Research Campus (PRC) shuttle runs between Crestview and the University campus.
The Crestview Station metro rail stop, along with a number of bus routes, connect Crestview directly to Downtown Austin.