Rollingwood is an incorporated city between Westlake and Austin, and one of the finest communities this area has to offer. This upscale Travis County area is in the 78746 zip code and features single-family homes on oversized to small acreage properties. Although Rollingwood is near the heart of Austin, residents love it because it has the feel of a close-knit small town. With an average build date of 1993, Rollingwood homes for sale range from 1960s models to brand new builds. Architectural styles are a gorgeous mixed bag of mid-century modern, traditional, ranch, and contemporary with several homes featured in design magazines. Exteriors are stone, stucco, siding, and brick with tile or shingle roofs. Many homes have pools, spas, extensive decking, covered patios, courtyards, and other gathering spaces ideal for entertaining. Mature trees dot the landscape, while lush garden beds and water features add to the sophistication. In this community, it’s not uncommon to see a tiny 1970s house next to a massive contemporary masterpiece, with many of the older homes torn down to make room for a more updated retreat. But whether residents cherish the old or build the new, this location in a lovely and gracious part of town is hard to beat. Expansive interiors average 4,300 square feet with 3-6 bedrooms and 3-7 bathrooms. Interior details depend on upon the architecture and age of the home, but in general, these homes are luxurious and high-end. Residents love chef’s kitchens, soaring ceilings, dramatic entryways, spacious master suites, multiple living areas, and open floor plans. Additional custom features include luxury surfaces of exotic wood, granite, marble, and iron as well as crown molding, stone fireplaces, and arched doorways. Neighborhoods in Rollingwood include Dellana Hills, Rollingwood Park Estates, The Groves of Rollingwood, Timberline, Timberline Ridge, Timberline Terrace, and Village at Treemont. Some of these neighborhoods are gated, ensuring added privacy and safety. The landscape is a bonus, with tons of shade trees and gently rolling hills. The community of Rollingwood enjoys a well-deserved and excellent reputation with its designation by as the best suburb in Texas.

Rollingwood homes for sale is highly sought-after because of its strong school system, excellent location, and proximity to desirable amenities. Within the community itself, residents love to gather at Hatley Park and Rollingwood Park for outdoor recreation on sports courts and fields, playgrounds, and trails. For additional outdoor thrills, residents are close to Austin’s beloved Zilker Metropolitan Park, the site of many festivals, music concerts, and acres of open green space for letting loose and having fun. Rollingwood is close to Bee Cave Road where retail shops, cafes, services, and grocery stores are plentiful. Additional shopping is just around the corner at Barton Creek Square where there is a Nordstrom, Dillard’s, Apple Store, Banana Republic and Lucky Brand in addition to movies at AMC Barton Creek 14. There are many private medical practices all along Bee Cave Road, with additional healthcare available at Westlake Medical Center. For those who love pampering, this area also offers many day spas as well as nail and hair salons. For date nights, live music, and fine dining, Downtown Austin is just a few miles to the east. Close to Bee Cave Road, Loop 360, and MoPac Expressway / TX-1 Loop, residents have quick access to all parts of Austin for work, education, live music, and cultural events.

The highly rated Eanes ISD serves the students of Rollingwood. Younger students attend Eanes Elementary (PK-5) or Cedar Creek Elementary (K-5) while older students attend Hill Country Middle (6-8) and Westlake High School (9-12). The high school is proud of its statewide reputation for challenging academics, championship athletics, and award-winning music programs. Private school options include St. Stephen’s Episcopal School (6-12), Trinity Episcopal School of Austin (K-8), and Fusion Academy Austin (6-12). Higher education in the Austin area includes The University of Texas at Austin, St. Edward’s University, Austin Community College, Concordia University Texas, and Huston-Tillotson University.