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“I first lived in Clarksville when it was just my young son and I. We felt so connected to our community in this enclave in the heart of Austin. We met our neighbors in the park and enjoyed neighborhood celebrations with them each year. Now that my son is a teen about to go off to college and our family has grown, we’ve chosen to keep Clarksville as our home base.”
An Old Austin favorite, Clarksville maintains its status as delectable Austin Real Estate offering comfy city-living. To say Clarksville is Historic is an understatement as these lands once served as part of the Governor Pease Woodlawn Estate. Many of the homes are marked historic and have the quirky architecture with palpable updates to prove it. Socially responsible residents have formed the Clarksville Community Development Corporation (CCDC) – CCDC has a two fold mission: preserve the historic integrity of the neighborhood and promote diversity by providing affordable housing opportunities.
Single family homes nestled among attractive condominiums and duplex suites provide families and busy professionals a place to call home. Clarksville Park, local streets, and the Sweet Home Baptist Church are the sites of several yearly events including the Potluck in the Park, the Clarksville Family Fun Fest, and the Yearly Ice Cream Social. Step back in time for an authentic milkshake or soda fountain drink served over a traditional lunch counter at Nau’s Pharmacy – the heart and soul of Clarksville. Dine at world famous Jeffrey’s on West Lynn then move further down to road to shop at another Austin mainstay, El Interiors. Flanked by Mopac to the west and Lamar Blvd to the east, Clarksville stands as the gateway to west Austin. Central Austin homes for sale in this area beckon buyers with easy access to downtown, the University, and Lady Bird Lake Hike and Bike Trails. Walk, drive, or bike to work at nearby Whole Foods mecca then relax the evening away with neighbors out for a stroll. Welcome to Clarksville, a diverse and historical community cozy enough to call home.
Clarkesville Neighborhood Website
Eyeore’s Birthday Party at Pease Park, Sledd’s Nursery (strictly organic offerings), Nau’s Grocery, El Interior, Medici Caffe, Jeffery’s, Cipollina
Parks - Mary Francis Baylor (known as Clarksville Park to locals)
Libraries - Central Faulk Library
Elementary School - Mathews Elementary
Jr. High - O’Henry Middle School
Sr. High - Stephen F. Austin High School