Angus Valley is a smaller neighborhood located adjacent to Hwy. 183 (Research Blvd.), a major local thoroughfare. Most of the homes here were built in the 1960s and 70s, though a few are newer.
The neighborhood is conveniently located. Besides being near a major local highway, Angus Valley is virtually in the middle of the shopping and dining district of north/northwest Austin. The neighborhood is also close to the high-tech companies of north Austin, and not far from downtown.
Angus Valley was established in the 1960s and most of the construction was completed by the 1970s. An eclectic mix, the neighborhood has both wide streets and narrow paths, and modest-sized to moderately large houses on 1/2 to 3/4 acre lots, with lots of trees. Being near Hwy. 183 and Hwy. 1, two major local highways, provides access to downtown and the rest of the city. The area also has many shopping, dining, and outdoor recreation options.
The Arboretum and The Domain, two well-known and upscale shopping centers, are five minutes' drive from the neighborhood. Residents have easy access to retail stores, restaurants, and cafes, as well as a cinema and bookstore.
For golfers, the Balcones Country Club and Great Hills Country Club are also nearby. Balcones District Park, Schroeter Park, and Bull Creek District Park are close to the area. Three major supermarkets are nearby, as well as a Costco warehouse. Residents have access to gyms, coffee shops, and casual and fine dining restaurants close to the neighborhood.
The neighborhood association sponsors some annual events such as a Fourth of July parade and National Night Out. The neighborhood population is upper middle class, predominantly Caucasian, the majority employed in executive, management, or professional occupations. Most work in north Austin or downtown.
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Real Estate and Apartments
Angus Valley has homes ranging from 1,300 to 2,800 square feet, with 3 to 4 bedrooms. Most were built in the 1960s and 1970s. Most are priced in the $200K-$300K range.