The neighborhood of North Burnet Austin, TX is defined by highways including the 182, the 1, Park Bend Drive and Metric Boulevard. This diverse community is known its pedestrian friendly nature and its active spaces that all residents of the community can enjoy. North Burnet is currently undergoing a revitalization in which high-density housing is being added at a rapid pace. As a mixed-use neighborhood, the planning commission is focusing on making this liveable community a place where you can live, work and play without leaving the confines of the area. If you're an outgoing and social person who enjoys getting outside, talking with the neighbors, going for a run and finishing the day off with a hearty meal and a few hours of relaxation, then North Burnet is a great place to rent your next apartment.
Plan to pay an average of $950 per month for studio apartments in North Burnet. The average one bedroom unit costs an average of $1,400 per month in rent. For a two bedroom apartment, you'll pay an average of $1,900 monthly. Units with three bedrooms and two bathrooms cost an average of $2,700 per month. The majority of North Burnet Austin apartments feature amenities such as washer and dryer connections or on-site laundry, air conditioning, on-site swimming pool and wireless internet access.
North Burnet is often referred to as Austin's second downtown. The community has a vibrant nightlife that includes music, festivals, theater and other events. You'll find dining options that range from southern barbecue to ethnic cuisine. The ten acres of parks and trails provide ample opportunity for you to get out and explore nature and get in some exercise or even just a fun game of throwing a flying disc. Just a short drive away from your new place, you'll have access to everything in the heart of downtown Austin, including Texas Memorial Museum, the Blanton Museum of Art, the Austin Zoo and Hippie Hollow Park, where you can let it "all" hang out. If you're a college sports fan, catch a game of the Texas Longhorns at the Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, which holds 101,000 fans.
The majority of rental complexes in North Burnet are friendly to cats, dogs and other domesticated pets. You may need to pay an up-front pet deposit for cats and dogs. Some communities also charge a monthly fee for pets. To keep your pet healthy, schedule a checkup with a local veterinarian such as North Austin Animal Hospital or Burnet Road Animal Hospital. Many local groomers, including Lucky Dog Grooming and Perfect Pooch Mobile Grooming serve the area. You and your pet can stay fit with visits to Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park. You'll find everything you need for your companion animal at Petland.
The Great Hills Park & Ride offers residents of North Burnet a way to travel throughout the neighborhood as well as into downtown Austin. The community is served by the 3, 383, 392, 982 and 983 bus lines. However, the buses have limited schedules and may not be convenient for people who work outside of rush hour or who need to get downtown on the weekends. The average commute time into downtown Austin is 27 minutes during peak rush hour.
School children in North Burnet are served by the Austin Independent School District. Local public schools include McBee Elementary School and Lanier High School. Charter schools include Cedars International Academy. Austin International School is a local private school.