Tarrytown is a genteel residential neighborhood displaying a range of architectural styles along oak tree-canopied streets. A contemporary art museum, Laguan Gloria, occupies a riverside Italianate-style villa built in 1916.
The area also boasts a historic golf course, a spring-fed pool and a 23-acre nature preserve with roaming peacocks. Lake Austin Boulevard offers restaurants and bars, including some on the water.
From twenties-era cottages to grand Tudors, expect a variety of architectural style. One of the most popular neighborhoods in the Austin area is Tarrytown. Its popularity is due in large part to its location between downtown Austin and Lake Austin and the type of homes that are found throughout. Tarrytown is a great place to live with a lot of history to discover. In that spirit, here are four things that you may not have know about Austin’s Tarrytown neighborhood.