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About Western Trails
Mention Western Trails and everyone seems to know exactly what and where you’re referring to. Yes, it’s that pocket of rambling ranch-style homes in south Austin that has streets with names like Laramie Trail, Cactus Lane, and Lasso Path. Built from 1955 to 1970, these homes range in size from 1,200 to 2,200 square feet and are beautifully situated on spacious lots with large, mature trees and winding streets. In fact, there’s not a straight street in the neighborhood, so you might want to take a map on your first visit!
Where is Western Trails?
Located just south of Ben White Boulevard, Western Trails is bordered on the east by Manchaca, the west by West Gate Boulevard and the south by Jones Road. With easy access to Ben White, Mopac and Capital of Texas Hwy, you can get anywhere in town in just minutes. It’s less than a 10 minute drive to downtown, making you close-in for an evening out on the town or a day at the office.
Possibly the best thing about Western Trails is its great location near the Ben White and Lamar interchange. This area is bursting with business options so you don’t need to do a lot of driving to get to many shops and grocery stores. The HEB Central Market is just around the corner, along with a movie theater, a Target, and oodles of smaller shops to fit your everyday needs. Western Trails is easy in and easy out, but has the wonderful sense of small town living because its homes are clustered in a convenient pocket area that is out of the bustle of city traffic.
Content for Western Trails provided by Rebecca Kohout.