Delwood Real EstateDelwood consists of three subdivisions (Delwood I, II, III) located near the intersection of Airport Boulevard and IH-35. Built in the late 1940s to early 1950s, Delwood retains its historic, quiet atmosphere, even as it has become increasingly close to the urban core of Austin. Many Delwood residents have lived in the area for years, while others are younger families who are attracted to the neighborhood because of its convenient location.
As Austin has evolved, Delwood has followed suit. The nearby commercial plazas, including the Delwood Shopping Center and the Hancock Shopping Center, have been revamped in recent years, allowing residents to buy virtually anything they need while barely leaving the neighborhood. Nearby, new residential and commercial opportunities are even now being developed on the land where the Robert Mueller Municipal Airport once stood.
IH-35, which runs down the west edge of Delwood, is one of the largest thoroughfares in Austin, providing residents with an easy trip to almost any part of the city, including the busy downtown districts. Also within easy reach is the University of Texas at Austin. More than just a place for students, the UT campus boasts libraries, museums, and other resources which are of great use to almost anyone. Guadalupe Street (also known as "The Drag"), which forms the western boundary of the UT campus, is home to many restaurants and shops that Delwood residents can benefit from.
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