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About Rosedale

Rosedale is a small section of Austin with plenty of green space and history. A short drive away from the urban core, this community is made up of young professionals, longtime residents, and families. Welcoming and safe, this neighborhood offers an idyllic view of Austin in a beautiful and natural environment.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $1,100,000 to $2,815,370

Average $ per sq ft: $557

Association Fee Ranges: $450/quarter, $700 to $1200, $50 to $299/mo, $0 to $271

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1951 to 2022

Sq. Ft.: 1602 to 3908 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 3 to 5 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 2 to 6 Bathrooms

Getting Around Rosedale

Around Rosedale

If you are planning on living in Rosedale, there is certain to be a home for you. Most of the homes were built in the 1940's. Older homes are more affordable, but there are also luxury new construction that appeals to larger, established families. While most of the homes are small in nature, the expansive lots allow for customization. The neighborhood has a strong community spirit, with plenty of activities and opportunities for involvement.

Austin is home to some of the best food in the nation and Rosedale is no different. Don't expect your standard fast food fare here. The restaurants in Rosedale offer nothing less than fresh ingredients with exotic twists. In the mood for tacos, coffee, Thai food, pizza? You'll find it along Rosedale's Burnet Road. You'll also find the famed Torchy's Tacos in Rosedale that has hosted presidents and celebrities alike.

Walking through Rosedale, you can expect to see plenty of activity. The residents take pride in their neighborhood see it as more than just a place to set up shop. You'll find a good mixture of young professionals and families strolling through the lush green neighborhoods or enjoying the local park. This area is also home to many long term Austinites who have chosen to retire in a quieter section of the city. Rosedale residents certainly like to keep that unique charm the city is known for in their neck of the woods.

Rosedale has no shortage of option to keep you busy on a Friday night. While the city nightlife is only a short drive away, there are lots of theaters and local haunts to make sure your weekend gets off to the best start. The Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Austin and the Paradox Players are both close to the neighborhood and offer residents access to some of Austin's famed theater and music scene. If you're in the mood to experience art, there are a few centrally located galleries that showcase some of the neighborhood's best artists. Most of the nightlife features dive bars or sports bars, so you can catch a game and enjoy a night out with friends.

Start it off with brunch on Burnet Street. The Rosedale Neighborhood Association plans plenty of events through the year including July 4th festivities, Halloween parties, and all sorts of holiday parties. They also encourage members of the community to host their own events and maintain the community spirit. Ramsey Park is also a great place to spend a quiet Sunday. Located in the heart of the neighborhood, it hosts a swimming pool, tennis courts, two playgrounds, and sporting facilities. It's a great place to schedule a barbeque with friends and family and take advantage of the Texas weather.

Locals Love

  • Friendly community
  • Lots of attractions
  • Wide variety of restaurants

Locals Don't Love

  • High-priced area
  • Some homes are dated

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