Barton View Homes For Sale

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About Barton View

Barton View consists of a little over 100 properties and is bordered by Highway 290 and ends at Barton Creek.  Barton View is also bordered by a preserved area of over 80 acres known as the Brodie Tract.  As part of the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone, the Brodie Tract is an environmentally sensitive area that feeds water into Austin’s water system.  This pristine area is also home to wildlife, and provides a nesting ground for endangered species.

Barton View Location

Barton View is accessible from the Highway 290 access road at Stearn’s Lane, just west of the Capital of Texas Highway (360) and east of the Mo-Pac Expressway.  Barton View is located just across from the West Gate shopping area.  It also offers easy access to shops and eateries on Brodie Lane, as well as South Lamar.  The Barton Creek Greenbelt borders the back of the neighborhood.  As impressive as the local amenities are, Barton View is also just a 10 minute drive to downtown Austin and minutes away from Zilker Park.

Barton View Homes

Barton View homes are modestly sized between 970 and 2,250 square feet.  Barton View is predominantly a neighborhood of one story homes that include between two and five bedrooms.  Most of these ranch style homes were built in the 1960’s.  Properties tend to be about a quarter of an acre and have medium to large trees.