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About Summer Wood Townhomes

Summer Wood is a townhome neighborhood located in Northwest Hills. Many of the homes are joined on one side, but some of the homes are freestanding.  Northwest Hills is framed by MoPac Boulevard on the east and Highway 360 on the west and Highway 183 on the north.  It is called ‘inside the loop’. It is easy to commute to most parts of Austin from here.

Living in Summer Wood

Living in a neighborhood of townhomes frees one up from yard work and outside maintenance.  These homes are built around green areas, so many of them have views of trees, green grass, or a tennis court or swimming pool. There are several pools and tennis courts and paved walking trails throughout the complex. This is a neighborly neighborhood. It’s not unusual to see the residents sitting around one of the  pools in the afternoon with a glass of wine.

Area Amenities

Northwest Hills is home to the Dell Jewish Community Center with all of its activities. There are several good restaurants, parks with hiking trails, and good schools.  Nearby, The Domain has some of Austin’s best shops.  The Arboretum shops are quite close also. Highway 360 is one of the favorite highways for bicyclists in Austin. They especially like to ride across the Pennybacker Bridge.