|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Located behind historic home on a private alley. Super charming, clean, located in quiet, lovely neighborhood. Two queen beds, WiFi, cable HDTV, shower, refrigerator, microwave, toaster oven, coffee maker.
I came to Austin to visit my sister in 1987 from Newport R.I. and found that I loved the people and the area so much I stayed and started my real estate career here all over again. I settled in South Austin and the Travis Heights Neighborhood where I live. I immediately began to make 78704 my area of expertise. I purchased 905 Avondale in 1998 and live and office in the front house which has now been designated as an Austin Historic landmark.
Laura Hubbard purchased this studio in 1998
Home was built in 1936. We purchased it from the original owners and have renovated and restored this very special property in one of Austin's best neighborhoods
Location- Charm- Comfort- Quiet- Convenient- Peaceful- Unique.
Our stay in Laura's accommodation was everything we needed and even more. Due to a last minute event, Laura upgraded me and my friend to her ground floor 1BR apartment and we were truly satisfied. The house was spectacular: much space, privacy and decorated with distinguished artful taste.
The neighborhood is mostly residential, with quality housing and very quiet. While you might feel you're in the middle of the hoods while resting at home, it's located quite near SoCo and downtown (around 20 min walk, if you're a fan of not using the car that much!). There's also a beautiful walk along the Colorado river which you shouldn't miss.
Last, but definitely not least: Laura was a perfect Host: personally welcomed us, had some few treats in the kitchen for us and was always available and understanding.
We definitely look forward to staying with Laura again when we return to Austin!
The property was well maintained and clean. I found the owner to be informative and friendly as well. I love the location as it provided easy access to Lady Bird Lake as well as Congress St. Generally, downtown was close by. The apartment was well decorated and comfortable which made it very confortable. The kitchen was full size and had basic cooking equipment. The a/c was cold but didn't pump out enough air to cool the apartment thoroughly - so some nights were warm. Despite that, I was still comfortable and would definitely stay at this location again. This location also had a washer and dryer which was great! And plenty of closet for clothes and great storage space to tuck away luggage. Overall I was very pleased and I had a great stay. As I said I would definitely stay here again!!
When I began my search for a place to stay in Austin I looked for housing that met the following criteria: it needed to be near downtown, it needed to be in a safe neighborhood, it needed to be accessible to running trails, and it needed to provide me with a sense of privacy. The Travis Heights apartment met all of these standards and more!
I cannot emphasize enough how convenient the apartment's location is. Whether you want to run along Town Lake, visit the Capitol, or explore SoCo you are only a short walk or drive away. While staying in the apartment you are near all of the action, but at the same time you are able to enjoy all of the benefits of living in a residential neighborhood. It is truly the best of both worlds.
The apartment itself is incredibly cute and quaint. It has everything you need for a short or extended stay. Not to mention the landlords do their best to make sure you feel comfortable and safe throughout your visit! They are the best!
Again, whether you are visiting Austin for one of its many cultural events, a job, or just for a vacation this is the ideal place to stay!
We found this little gem for our first visit to Austin to see the F1 race last November. The studio/carriage apartment was a perfect place for us to crash after a long day at the race track. The location was perfect - when we didn't want to drive ourselves, we jumped on a bus that took us to downtown in just a couple of minutes, and SoCo is within a walking distance. The studio was clean and well maintained and the owner was a pleasure to deal with. The layout/amenities may not be everybody's cup of tea, but for us, it worked out perfectly.
I have stayed in El Nido on and off for years but this last stretch was actually full time at for a few months while making the transition between West Texas and Austin. There is no nicer home away from home , especially for those who want access to an exciting urban environment, with a rural feel. The private alley and it's position set back away from the road ensures quiet and privacy. You feel as if you are nestled in a tree with all the comforts of the modern world: wireless internet, etc. Everything worked very well and the neighborhood is friendly and clean. 10 minute walk to the fashionable South Congress strip with plenty of restaurants and stores.
Located in one of Austin's oldest neighborhood close to downtown. There are many large trees and beautiful homes. Stacy Park is 2 blocks away with Blunn Creek greenbelt, swimming pools, tennis courts, and nature trails. It is a lovely walk through the neighborhood to Congress Avenue. Very close to historic Austin music venues as well as new clubs.
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My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 1 guests; add $20 per night, per additional guest|
|Refundable damage deposit||$200.00|
|Notes||There is an additional $75.00 cleaning fee.|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.