Windsor Road is an established neighborhood with tree-lined streets and older homes in a variety of architectural styles. Windsor Road is in a convenient location close to downtown and the University of Texas. The neighborhood is mostly residential, though there are a few restaurants and bars along the northern section.
On the east side the neighborhood borders Lamar Blvd., a major thoroughfare. The west side borders Hwy. 1 (MoPac), a major local highway. This makes it easy for residents to access the rest of the city and puts downtown just a short drive away. Residents have access to parks and top schools.
Windsor Road is one of the historic neighborhoods of north central Austin dating back to the mid-Twentieth Century. Most of the homes here date to the 1950s and 60s and vary in size and style.
Windsor Road borders other established neighborhoods such as Old Enfield and Bryker Woods and has a similar atmosphere. It is attractive for many people because of the safety, abundant green space, and old-world charm. Many residents have lived here for decades and formed a close-knit community.
Although there are few stores and restaurants within the neighborhood itself, in the surrounding area there are shopping and dining options. The neighborhood is also close to the bars and restaurants of downtown and south Austin. The neighborhood’s location next to Hwy.1 (MoPac) and Lamar Blvd. makes it easy to reach the rest of the city. Public transportation is also readily available.
Within the neighborhood is Bailey Park, a small city park. Close by are Pease Park and Shoal Creek, which has a hike and biking trail that leads close to downtown.
The neighborhood population is mostly Caucasian, with a lot of seniors, empty-nesters, and younger professionals. Some University of Texas faculty live here. The area is attractive also to families for its safety, parks and green space, and top schools.Bailey Park
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Real Estate and Apartments
Windsor Park has mostly older, two-, three-, and four-bedroom homes built in the 1930s to 1950s. Because of the neighborhood's historic value and convenient location, housing prices are at a premium, with the average price over $700K. Even smaller homes are priced at around $500K.