A mix of funky mid-century bungalows, grand historic homes, and ultra-modern new construction, Travis Heights is known for its eclectic residents, convenient location, and bohemian lifestyle. This neighborhood embodies the city’s motto of “Keep Austin Weird” and is full of artists and musicians. The Travis Heights Art Trail takes place every fall, showcasing the studios and work of the neighborhood artists. Bordering the neighborhood is South Congress, “SoCo”, an entertainment strip filled with local restaurants, vintage shops, upscale boutiques, cafes, and live music venues. Stacy Park and the Blunn Creek Greenbelt run through the area, providing excellent amenities for jogging, biking, tennis courts, and more.
Travis Heights an established neighborhood, originally platted in the late 19th century, is directly across the river from downtown Austin and is bordered by IH-35, Congress Avenue, Riverside Drive, and Oltorf Avenue.