“I work at Dell, so quick access to Round Rock was essential when home searching. I love how established the neighborhood is and the diversity of the area. But its convenience to 290, I35, 45, and 183 is unmatched!”
What do you get when diversity and history merge on the east side? University Hills, you got it! Nestled between Windsor Park and Hwy 290, University Hills awaits your visit. After careful planning, the community was brought to life in the 1960’s. Take a look at the neighborhood newsletter and you will see the fruit of such intentional planning. University Hills is a close-knit community ideal for new families, college kids, working professionals and even retirees. With quiet streets lined with one and two-story, originally ranch-style, houses sitting on generous sized lots, shaded by stately trees, University Hills is a value-add to those looking for affordable houses close to downtown. Properties sell for between $100,000 and $300,000, and many of the homes have been recently renovated with a modern touch. Downtown Austin, the UT campus and Bergstrom Airport are easy to access with Hwy 183 and 290 literally, right around the corner! University Hills is located near the Mueller redevelopment, which provides residents with new eatery options, shopping and leisure. Dottie Jordan Park is a nearby destination for tennis courts, hiking trails and a community pool.
Neighborhood Website and a hard-copy newsletter delivered monthly to your doorstep
The Mueller development, Tres Amigos, Nomad, Corona Cafe
Dottie Jordan Park
University Hills Branch
Pearce Middle School
LBJ High School
Check with AISD to confirm the school your child would attend.
“Grant (Whittenberger) was always there for us when we needed him. Grant also had our best interest at heart when it came down to contract time on both sides. He coordinated a flawless transition plan (with both realtors) for us, so we did not have to utilize rental housing. Grant was always a step ahead of the gameplan. I truly felt like we were in great hands at closing time; everything was very organized.” - Tina K.