Austin Condo Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, 6 Sleeps
Welcome to the Austin Railyard! Property is licensed for short term rental as required by the City of Austin.
Gated complex in the heart of downtown and next door to the Austin Convention Center. It's walking distance to 100+ downtown restaurants/bars, Congress Avenue, Second street district, Warehouse district, Downtown 6th, newest Rainey Street area, and Lady Bird Lake.
A longer walk or short cab ride away is the Whole Foods headquarter store with many made to order food bars! Cross the bridge for access to South Congress Avenue's funky and trendy shopping and many original Austin eats! Easy access to Zilker Park, Barton Springs area, Auditorium Shores, and new areas on the East Side!!
CapMetro Airport Flyer runs every 30 min to/from Austin-Bergstrom Airport and Condo for only $1.50. Condo also walking distance to the MetroRail and Austin B-cycle rental program.
This 3 bedroom with queen beds and 2 full bathrooms can accommodate 6 adults. Condo is fully furnished. Central AC, washer/dryer, and flat screen with 75+ channels.
Secure wireless internet (20 Mbps). Not shared with other units and ethernet access.
No car is needed if you want a pedestrian friendly opportunity! But if you rent a car, then complimentary secured/gated parking is available on site.
Property has a professional property manager and sound reducing windows added to all bedrooms.
Please - No Smokers and Wild parties - do not book if you cannot adhere to no loud parties/noise, especially in the common outdoor areas.
The neighbors are full time adult professionals/residents and the unit may not be leased for a party. It's a great home and home base for people wishing to visit Austin and stay downtown. Walk across the street to one of the bars for time to be loud and crazy.
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
My wife and I lived in this unit for 4+ years. We moved as we need a bigger place and my wife wanted a yard. While downtown, we enjoyed being able to walk to so many restaurants, nightlife, going to festivals like SXSW, ACL, Pecan Street, to name a few. We spent a lot of time on the lake doing dragonboating (think canoe with 20 paddlers) and running on the trails. Recently we've enjoyed the new areas of Rainey, new restaurants on the East Side, and being here for the many smaller festivals they have downtown.