Westgate Neighborhood Guide

Westgate is a small neighborhood bounded on one side by MoPac and Hwy. 71. The population here consists of multiple ethnicities and includes a wide mixture of singles, couples, and young families. The Westgate neighborhood has a supermarket, stores, cinema, and restaurants, but there are also abundant green space and parks in the area.

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Westgate is a small, diverse neighborhood with lots of shopping, but also parks, woods, and well-maintained homes. The neighborhood borders MoPac and Hwy. 71, which makes it convenient to get to other parts of the city, but also contributes to a traffic problem in the area.

The east side of the neighborhood is the more urban part. In addition to the Westgate shopping center, there are schools and a sports complex, as well as chain restaurants and megastores nearby. On the west side, the neighborhood has more green space and is close to the Barton Creek Wilderness Park. Homes are mostly modest in size and rustic style.

The neighborhood is mixed ethnicity but does not have a very strong ethnic influence. More people own their homes here than the city average. The median year that homeowners moved into the neighborhood was 1986.

Barton Creek Greenbelt

Zilker Park

Garrison Park

Joslin Park

Views From the Street

Westgate Shopping Center Sagebrush Trl. Pack Saddle Pass
Village Cir. Cupid Dr. Nancy Gate Dr.
Whitecrowe Trl. Tony Burger Stadium

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Medical Facilities (hospitals, clinics, labs, pharmacies)

Religious Organizations (churches, places of worship, faith-based organizations)

Real Estate and Apartments

Westgate has lot of one- and two-bedroom homes, and a smaller number of three-bedrooms. The majority were built in the 1960s to 1980s. Mostly single-story, a lot of rustic and ranch style homes.

Westgate Property Listings

Apartments in and near Westgate

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