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About Deep Eddy

The Deep Eddy neighborhood is topped by Tarrytown to the north, the Colorado to the west and south and I35 to the east. The name most people associate Deep Eddy with is its pool. The neighborhood has that Central Austin eclectic charm to it. Funky old bungalows mix with large, newer, designer homes.

Deep Eddy – Sought-after Real Estate

There are many reasons Deep Eddy is such a desirable neighborhood. There’s its proximity to Downtown Austin and Lady Bird Lake. There’s sending your children to Casis Elementary and O’Henry Middle School. There’s tree-lined streets and interesting houses. Additionally, it’s near many restaurants and things to do….

Deep Eddy – What to do?

Since Lake Austin Blvd is a real anchor through the neighborhood, we must remind you that Magnolia Cafe is part of the Deep Eddy neighborhood. 24/7, the food is good and diners seem to be having a good time. There’s a Randall’s grocery store and other restaurants to enjoy. Residents are fond of their Deep Eddy Park and Pool of course. In the summer they host Splash Party Movie Nights! If that’s not enough for you, how about golf at Lion’s Municipal Golf Course?

Deep Eddy – Homes for Sale

What kind of homes can you expect in Deep Eddy? Anything from small or larger vintage bungalows to larger newer homes. It’s all mixed together. Some streets have more new development than others. And somehow that’s part of the neighborhood’s charm.

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