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Apartments in Austin, TX Neighborhoods from Rent.com
- Barrington Oaks
- Barton Hills
- Battle Bend Springs
- Bouldin Creek
- Cat Mountain
- Central East Austin
- Cherry Creek
- Circle C Ranch
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Featured Townhouses in Austin, TX
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Austin TX, 78758
Dalewood Townhomes is a beautiful community of 2 bedroom townhomes and duplex homes with private fenced yards and garages.
Austin TX, 78729
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Overview of Austin
When you begin your search for where you want to live in Austin, TX, it's important to list exactly what it is you want, and what you need, so you can find the perfect property for you and your family. As well as knowing what it is that you desire, know exactly what you are willing to pay for, as well as how much. Listed below are some features and amenities you might want to think about as you draw up your list of considerations when looking for a townhouse rental in Austin, TX.
How to Choose a Townhouse Rental in Austin, TX
Before you begin to look at any properties, you should know exactly what type of housing you want. A townhouse rental provides an excellent intermediary for those who want something bigger than an apartment, but not as large, or as expensive, as a detached home. Most people who are interested in a townhouse rental like the idea of having their own yard. The size and amount of maintenance should also be kept in mind as you decide on which properties to look at.
While many people assume that a townhouse rental will be significantly higher than an apartment rental, this is not always the case. Different locations in the city have varying rental rates, which means you may be able to find a townhouse rental that suits your needs for similar or only slightly more than renting an apartment in the downtown core.
The size of the townhouse rental that you need will also play a role in cost. Most townhouses have at least two bedrooms and two bathrooms, but there are bigger ones available. Depending on the size of your family, the physical size of the townhouse is a significant factor so that there is enough room for everyone.
Finally, the amenities offered in the surrounding area can play a big role in the townhouse rental you choose. Taking a walk around the neighborhood will give you a good idea of what is nearby and what isn't.