East Austin is a large, eclectic area on the east side of the city that has seen a resurgence in the past decade as Downtown Austin’s ever-growing skyline continues to fill in. More than just a designation on the map, East Austin has come to represent itself as unique identity among the various regions and neighborhoods that make Austin special. Located west of Interstate 35, east of US-183, south of US-290, and north of the river, East Austin homes for sale are in Travis County’s 78723, 78702 and 78721 zip codes. Buyers looking for homes in East Austin may want to consider Springdale, Forest Heights, Rosewood, MLK, Rathgeber Village, Govalle, Guadalupe-Saldana, Windsor Park, Holly or other small communities within this region. A home is more than the sum of its parts. It is by extension, part of the people who live there. Some people want to be part of a subdivision where the age and style of the homes are consistent. For buyers who value a unique style, the eclectic nature of these East Austin homes for sale is apparent from one front door to the next. Driving through this community, one has a sense that homes in East Austin are a grab bag of individually-styled dwellings. From clapboard-sided historic homes, that predate the automobile, to contemporary wonders of cubic Bauhaus architecture, East Austin reflects the “Keep It Weird” attitude of many Austinites. But, buyers searching for East Austin homes for sale will also find lovingly-restored mid-century ranchers and eco-friendly metal roof bungalows with cisterns and xeriscaped yards. Amid this small section of Austin lies a cultural community that thrives because of the diversity, of the people who inhabit this community.