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Just west of Zilker Park and only six miles from the state capitol is Rollingwood – a neighborhood known for hilly wooded streets, parks, stickler traffic enforcement (read – tickets for driving one mile over the speed limit), and a close-knit community of people who are committed to keeping Rollingwood the safe, peaceful place it was intended to be. Not just another Westlake suburb (if you can call it that since it practically sits on top of Zilker Park!), Rollingwood is its own municipality. That’s right, it has its own mayor, city manager, town council, courts, police, firefighters, and EMS. It handles its own water, sewer, trash (collections twice a week!), streets, and parks – all with great efficiency – leaving its residents happy. And these residents are deeply involved – consistently turning out in high numbers for town elections and neighborhood association meetings. They like to have fun too, and sponsor events like Easter Egg hunts, barbeques, and even the occasional 5K throughout the year. There is a good mix of older and younger - empty nesters who have already put their kids through the award-winning Eanes School District, and those who have moved in for that very reason. They work together to keep the neighborhood independent and efficient.
Most homes in Rollingwood are single-family on spacious wooded lots with beautiful old trees and plenty of deer to keep you company given the close proximity to parks. They range anywhere from $300,000 to $1.5 million, and 1500 to 5000 square feet. A drive through Rollingwood will quickly reveal the transition that is going on, as many older homes have been replaced by more modern homes, or have been extensively renovated to offer updated amenities. You will still see plenty of the original country style homes, however, that seem to fit right in on the wooded lots. Whatever your style, in Rollingwood you have every convenience you can imagine of living in the heart of the city, while being able to boast about the pet deer you saw while walking to the ACL concert down the street at Zilker.Rollingwood
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Chuy’s, Shady Grove, Zilker Park and Clubhouse, Zilker Botanical Gardens, Freebird’s, Amy’s Ice Cream, Flagship Randall’s
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Hill Country Middle School
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