Forest Trail Homes are Selling Fast in Austin’s Tarrytown Neighborhood

For anyone looking for new construction near the downtown Austin area, there is a great development right off West Enfield that is worth checking out: Forest Trail. It is a small community nestled in the heart of Tarrytown, which I think is one of the most gorgeous areas in all of Austin.

I moved to Tarrrytown not long ago and absolutely love the area. What’s NOT to love? You’re surrounded by absolutely gorgeous homes, beautifully landscaped yards, rolling hills with streets lined with huge, shade trees…and the location rocks! I can hop on my bike and be on the Ladybird hike and bike trail in about 5 minutes! I’ve been completely enjoying living close to all that downtown has to offer yet being able to live in a cozy neighborhood where I can take a nice quiet walk with my dogs.

Last week, while on one of the above mentioned walks, I noticed they had begun construction on Forest Trail homes, so I decided to check with them to see when the homes will be available. The good news is there will be 11 detached, single family homes with private, fenced yards. The community will consist of 3 and 4 bedroom homes, which are energy efficient with 4-5 star rating under the Austin Energy Green Building Program. The homes, modern in design, are stucco with stone and cedar accents. The bad news is, they don’t have many left!

If your looking for new construction, close to downtown for under $500,000, this is an excellent option. If you would like more information about this exclusive and popular new community, contact us today before it’s too late.

About Shannon Ensor

Shannon Ensor is a Broker Associate with Sky Realty, the founder of our team and a published author. She began her Austin Real Estate career in 2005 and has earned her ABR and GRI designations. Shannon helps residential real estate buyers and sellers all around Austin and Central Texas. Shannon graduated Magna Cum Laude from Arizona State University, earning her degree in Journalism/Public Relations from ASU's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications and a minor in Business Advertising & Marketing.

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