Savoy is a neighborhood being developed in a section of the old, established, sought-after Northwest Hills area, which is comprised of many subdivisions. Savoy will eventually have 26 singe-family homes ranging in size from 1,800 to 2,900 square feet. Prices will start in the $380′s and go up from there.
Savoy is an enclave within the large Northwest Hills — an area of hills and canyons, windy streets and major thoroughfares. In places, it offers great vistas into and across canyons and the Texas Hill Country. Savoy and Northwest Hills is at the geographic center of the Austin metro area, situated south of 360 near Tallwood and Cima Serena streets. Schools are Hill Elem., Murchison Elem., and Anderson High.
Savoy Shopping & Dining
Many Austinites consider the shopping and dining of the Arboretum area, including Gateway, Arbor Walk and The Domain, to be the best in Austin. Truly, there are as many choices of where to shop and dine as in any other area of Austin. Places such as AnnTaylor, Saks, Talbot’s, The Home Depot, Cole Haan, Target Super Store, Neiman Marcus, Whole Foods, Coach, Sam’s Club, Sur Le Table, DSW, Michael Kors, Pottery Barn, Brighton, Barnes & Nobles, Dillard’s, J. Crew, Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany’s, Ralph Lauren, Barney’s Coop, Apple, Chico’s, Brookstone, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Star Furniture, Best Buy, Nordstrom’s Rack, and Banana Republic.
Dining choices also abound in this area. Some of the tastier places — in addition to many of the national chains — include: Marie Callender’s, Mimi’s Cafe, North, Iron Cactus, McCormick & Schmick, Starbuck’s, Elevation Burger, Cheesecake Factory, Daily Grill, Fleming’s, Mighty Fine, Mandola’s Italian Market, The Park, California Pizza Kitchen, Panera Bread, Macaroni Grill, and Truluck’s Seafood.
Employers Near Savoy
Austin has many large employers that employ thousands of people at each of dozens of companies. Some of the high-tech companies that employ many include: HostGator, ShorTel, National Instruments, IBM, Dell Computer, Apple, Google, Facebook, Freescale, Cypress Semiconductor, AMD, Applied Materials, Silicon Labs, Intel, plus dozens of others. The commute to these employers and those in Downtown Austin can be made by car or sometimes by Cap Metrorail or Cap Metro bus.