The Delwood II neighborhood is a lovely, tree-filled oasis bordered by IH-35 to the west, the old Mueller Airport property to the north and east, and Airport Boulevard to the south. The neighborhood consists of seven square blocks of homes built in the late 1940’s, apartments, two churches, and a commercial zoned area along IH-35 access road. The homes are primarily owner-occupied, and many have been updated and are well maintained. Delwood II has a highly diverse population with a mixture of young families, original homeowners, gay households, and every major ethnic, racial and religious group. Of special interest is the Fourth of July parade and celebration hosted by the neighborhood association. This event began in 1947 and is the oldest parade of its kind in the city.
Delwood Homes for Sale
Homes in Delwood II
Homes in the Delwood II area are basically built in two styles: wood-framed bungalows with hardwood floors and charming porches, and ranch-style cottages built from volcanic ash bricks with fireplaces and slab foundations. Prices range from $150,000 to $350,000 with most homes having two or three bedrooms and between 1,000 to 2,000 square feet of living space. The close-in location, close knit group of neighbors, and affordable prices makes Delwood II one of the best kept secrets in Austin!
Delwood Austin Attractions
With the opening of the commercial division of the Mueller Airport development, Delwood II is perfectly situated for shopping, dining, and parks. Home Depot, Pet Smart, Best Buy and Marshalls and a bevy of smaller shops are just steps away. Patterson Park with the Parr Tennis Center, walking trails and skateboard ramp is just across Airport Boulevard. With easy access to IH 35 and downtown, you can find your way into the center of the city within minutes.