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About Windsor Park
Windsor Park was developed in the ’50s and ’60s, and Windsor Park is one of Austin’s earliest planned communities. Much like the neighboring University Hills, the area is noted for its traditional ranch-style homes, large lots and winding, tree-shaded streets.
This East Central neighborhood has long been attractive to teachers, police, nursing personnel and other professionals who enjoy the large, affordable homes and close proximity to downtown and work. Today, the area has increased its appeal to first-time buyers, singles and young families who appreciate the diverse population and lovely setting.
Where is Windsor Park?
Bordered by East 51st Street on the south, Windsor Park stretches north to Hwy 290 and west to IH35. The University Hills neighborhood is just east and the two areas are separated by Northeast Drive. Only minutes from downtown and UT, Windsor Park residents can enjoy shopping at the very nearby Mueller development or Capital Plaza Shopping Center, where a number of shopping options are at their fingertips.
Windsor Park Amenities
With close shopping and easy access to downtown, you’d think living in Windsor Park was an easy decision. But you haven’t heard the best of it! There are two large parks that service the residents, Dottie Jordan Park along Northeast Drive and Bartholomew Park at 51st Street. With pools, tennis, basketball and loads of space for sports, these two parks are a vital part of life in Windsor Park living. And if it’s after-hours relaxation you need, two of Austin’s more iconic bars are right in the neighborhood. Visit the weird and wacky Carousel Lounge with its circus motif and live music, or try the Nomad Bar and enter their Geeks Who Drink trivia contest on any Thursday night. Yes, living in Windsor Park definitely has its advantages!
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