“My kids walk to their Junior High School in the fall and spend the entire summer in Deep Eddy pool. My husband and I can dine downtown and be home in a matter of minutes. I couldn’t have planned a better setting for our family.”
Intertwined with Austin’s prestigious Tarrytown, Deep Eddy grants INSTANT access to downtown but with enough established and lush foliage and quiet neighborhood streets to fool you into thinking you are miles from the hustle and bustle. Packed on its Lake Austin Blvd border with an assortment of local businesses & restaurants to fit your every need plus a variety of home sizes and styles makes it easy to call Deep Eddy home. Find your craftsman-style bungalow built in the 1930’s or a newly renovated modern-style home with touches of the past left intact. Homes with gardens decades in the making and residences with artistic flair let you know that Deep Eddy is a classic Austin neighborhood that beckons families, professionals, and singles starting out into its folds. Find one of the many Austin luxury homes throughout Deep Eddy or nestle away in a stone cottage built for two.
Historic Deep Eddy pool and park (Eilers) offer an endless summer of sunning, wade pool and lap swim in a spring fed expansive watering hole hugging the shores of Lake Austin. Don’t miss the Splash Party Movie Night every summer Saturday night. After, join locals, artists, musicians, and students for a late night bite to eat and refreshing Hibiscus tea at Magnolia Café. Hop on the trail head of Lady Bird Lake’s miles of hiking/jogging trails then kick back with a custom-made sandwich from Austin staple: Thundercloud subs. Slow pace of life in the fast lane!
Deep Eddy Neighborhood Association Website *This link routes you to WANG – West Austin Neighborhood Group, association dedicated to several West Austin neighborhoods. A hard-copy newsletter is also available
Deep Eddy Pool, Magnolia Café, Hike and Bike Trail Head, Mangia Chicago Stuffed Pizza, Mozart’s, Hula Hut
Parks - Eilers Park
Libraries - Howson Branch (in Tarrytown), Faulk Central Library
Elementary School - Casis Elementary
Jr. High - O’Henry Middle School
Sr. High - Stephen F Austin High School