This charming home is perfect for family, friends or business travelers. Walk to Big Stacy Park and Pool, SOCO, Lady Bird Lake and more. Off-street parking, laundry, indoor/outdoor dining, full kitchen, office and 2 bedrooms and living rooms.
Welcome to Travis Heights! This quiet, historic neighborhood located just south of Town Lake provides visitors a genuine South Austin experience.
Our house (built in 1958) sits under a canopy of pecan trees on Travis Heights Boulevard and neighbors beautiful homes built as early as 1890 and others newly constructed and designed by reputable, local architects.
Seasonal Events like ACL, F1, and SXSW require a 4 night minimum rental.
Shortly after we moved in, we learned that our house was used in the 1993 film 'Dazed and Confused' by Richard Linklater. You can see the house best when Tony (Anthony Rapp) and Sabrina (Christin Hinojosa) are kissing goodbye (a tender moment) at the end of the film.
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Our guests have full access to the house including garage, laundry room and appliances. A fully equipped kitchen includes cooking basics, as well as a coffee maker and blender. Local coffee, tea and chocolates are always in stock. Front yard, covered porch and back yard with patio are furnished and can be enjoyed year round.
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We live in a separate unit on the property which is located opposite the back yard and accessible via a private drive and entrance. We always meet guests upon arrival and would be happy to assist with dining, entertainment and cultural event recommendations while you are staying with us.
Otros aspectos destacables
We also rent a separate GUEST SUITE on this property so you may see other guests here in the common areas during your stay.
Third Party Bookings are not allowed.
We love our neighbors and respect their privacy. Quite hours are from 10:00 pm to 8:00 am every day
--No more than 4 guests allowed at all times
--NO SMOKING - Smoking is not allowed at anytime or anywhere on the property
--NO GUEST PETS
I am a native Texan who loves Austin above all other cities in the state. Living here since 1996, my husband Tommy and I consider ourselves fortunate to be a part of the growing economy, a viable arts community, and a network of close family, friends and colleagues. Travis Heights has been our home since 1999.
When we are not traveling to exotic lands, attending family events or taking care of business, you will find us in the back house making art and music or at the neighborhood park with Lily and Sharon (our two lovely canine creatures). Or, now that we are hosting guest at the house, you may find us curating local, urban experiences for folks staying at our property.