Rosedale is a comfortable, older neighborhood, located in the northwest end of central Austin. The center of this neighborhood is mainly made up of modest-sized, older homes with a few new constructions. The outer sections feature shops and restaurants.

This area is also the home to various parks with athletic fields, tennis courts, playscapes, and pools. This close-knit community is known for many residents playing an active role in retaining the historic and charming feel of their neighborhood.

Rosedale is located conveniently next to MoPac (Hwy. 1), a local highway that provides easy access to the city. This neighborhood is also close to the University of Texas and downtown, along with ample access to public transportation.

Apartments And Real Estate

Roseway is known for a variety of bungalow-style, older homes from the 1930s to 1950s. This area also has a few larger and newer homes. Most of the older residential homes have undergone renovations on the inside, yet they have maintained their original outside appearance. Due to the desirable location of the neighborhood and the attractive amenities, the prices of the homes are elevated, with many of the homes retaining their value. Prices start from $300K for unrenovated, older homes, and increase to $800k for renovated and newer homes.


Rosedale is an older neighborhood that dates as far back as the 1930s and 40s. This traditional neighborhood features local restaurants, and businesses, along with a variety of parks. This is also a place where residents can walk dogs, bike, and jog safely along the tree-lined streets. The safety, amenities, and high-rated schools have made this area a top attraction for families.

Most of the homes are modest in size, dating back to the 1930s and 50s, reflecting the architectural appeal of this era. The lots are relatively large in size which has given way to larger and new home builds. Most of the older homes have undergone interior renovations, but to still maintain an original exterior appeal.

This neighborhood features many parks which include the Ramsey Park/Playground that comes with picnic tables, a ball field, playground, swimming pool, and BBQ grills. Shoal Creek is another popular area known for its bike and running trails.

Roseway is close to the University of Texas and it borders Lamar Blvd and Hwy. 1. This local thoroughfare provides easy access to the city. Residents also have access to bus and rail public transportation.

The population in this close-knit community is made up of young families and single professionals that are attracted to this area for its amenities and convenient location, along with longtime residents that are now retirees and empty-nesters. The population is on the older side since this is one of the top neighborhoods for retirees.

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