Diverse Architectural Styles in a Fantastic Location!
The Buena Vista neighborhood is located in an excellent walkable location between 3rd and 5th Streets- with a variety of entertainment & restaurants to choose from. With homes built between the 1930’s to now, there is also a variety of architectural styles available in this bustling area.
Buena Vista is an established neighborhood that caters to Austin’s culturally diverse community. The Pan American Park and Recreation Center offers Buena Vista residents the opportunity to enjoy and learn about the Latin-American community, as well as participate in year-round activities for adults and children such as volleyball, basketball, ceramics, ballet, concerts, and more. The HOPE Farmers Market offers residents plentiful fresh produce from local farms as well as local crafts, while nearby Hops & Grain Brewery is a great place to stop in their tasting room for a pint, or grab a bite at nearby restaurants such as Mettle or the famous Juan In A Million which continues to serve up some serious breakfast tacos after all these years! The Plaza Saltillo metro rail station is conveniently within walking distance, as well as the East 6th entertainment district.
Pricing in Buena Vista can vary greatly depending on the type of home. Cozy cottages in need of a good amount of work can sell in the mid to high $100’s, while remodels can sell in the $300’s and larger new construction in the high $400’s.
The Buena Vista neighborhood attracts people who want to live close to downtown while experiencing the cultural flair that East Austin is known for. This community is conveniently located near all types of food & entertainment, and surrounded by other culturally eclectic communities. With its variant mix of architectural charm, the Buena Vista neighborhood offers its residents a place to truly enjoy city life.