This Modern Luxury property is centrally located, just north of downtown & UT campus and right next door to the new Dell Children's Hospital and walking distance to Mueller area and all the amenities. Three parks (with playgrounds, park with Frisbee golf and a new pool and new water park (Opening in May 2014) within walking distance. Bus stop walking distance from rental - on the bus route to UT. Distance to local attractions: 1 block from Bartholomew Pool and water park, 2.7 miles to University of Texas, 3.6 miles to 6th Street (downtown music district), 3.9 miles to Austin Convention Center, 5.9 miles to Zilker park (location of ACL). The house has fully equipped modern entertaining kitchen, sleeps and eats for 7, high speed wireless and HD basic TV with Amazon, Epix, Showtime and other apps on the roku device (can log into other apps like netflix or other if you have accts), back yard fun, fenced in yard, and Austin Kewl. It is ideal for corporate rentals, visiting family/friends, UT fans (great access to the stadium), music festivals (SXSW & ACL), X Games, Formula One, Dell Children Hospital or just getting to know Austin.
Other Amenities: Great back yard with entertaining space, pets welcome with nice large fenced in yard. 2 bikes for your enjoyment to get around to the hot Mueller area and food trucks, shopping in the Mueller area and the Dell Children Museum (The Thinkery) .
Dogs are allowed up to 25lbs, and a over age 2. there is a fee per pet. If you have questions about pets we can sometimes make considerations. (Note: all service animals are welcome and fee is waived with correct documentation. For emotional support animals we follow travel industry standards and will require additional documentation for customers traveling with emotional support animal or a psychiatric service animal. In addition to providing a letter from a licensed medical/mental health professional, customers will need to provide a veterinary health form documenting the health and vaccination records for the animal as well as confirming that the animal has been trained to behave properly in a public setting.)