Travis Heights was initially marketed as a neighborhood of country mansions across the river from downtown - and although the area is now the height of trendiness, the concept of an urban retreat seems to have stuck. The gentle hills and tree-lined streets of Travis Heights create a quiet and secluded feel; nearby Stacy Park (actually two parks connected by the Blunn Creek Greenbelt) provides residents with a gentle hike-and-bike trail as well as a neighborhood pool. Travis Heights' proximity to downtown and the fashionable South Congress area has drawn professionals, artists, and families - and the houses reflect the diverse populace. Historic craftsman homes and contemporary remodels dot the winding streets, overlooking city lights and the trails around Town Lake. Residents can walk to gourmet restaurants including Vespaio, South Congress Café, and Perla's Seafood and Oyster Bar, as well as local taco bar Guero’s.
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