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About Barton Hills
While building began in the 40s, Barton Hills was put on the map, so to speak, in 1956 when Barton Hills was tagged one of the “largest air-conditioned suburbs in the world” for that year’s Austin Parade of Homes. Barton Hills is hilly and spread out and is mostly bordered by green belt. Many of the homes are ranch-style.
On the east side, Barton Hills is bordered by Robert E Lee and Rabb Roads. North, west and south, the neighborhood is bordered by park and greenbelt. Residents enjoy easy access to Zilker Park and Barton Springs and the amenities that come with those areas. Barton has easy access to both the Mo-Pac and 290/71 freeways.
Barton Hills Amenities
Views include Downtown and the hills out west. So much of the Barton Hills neighborhood has easy access to greenbelt or parkland. Additionally, the neighborhood is near the restaurants of Barton Springs restaurant row. There are also numerous businesses to frequent along the S Lamar corridor and the various strip malls surrounding the intersection of S. Lamar and 290/71. Additionally, the neighborhood is home to the highly-regarded Barton Hills Elementary School.