What a fun place to live! Bouldin Creek Neighborhood boarders South Congress(SoC0) and South 1st Street. This neighborhood is in walking or biking distance to a large array of home grown Austin businesses from grocers, tattoo parlors to restaurants. Bouldin is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Austin, beginning settlement in the 1920′s. Most of the homes in this area were originally bungalos, and there are some historic homes, but many have additions or have been removed and replaced with more up to date homes. Prices range from the mid $200,000 to a million and over.
A Bit of History
Bouldin Creek is also home to the Texas School for the Deaf. This campus stretches over 65 acres from Barton Springs to Elizabeth street between Congress and South 1st Street. It was errected in 1856 and has been changing since 1956 when the original structure was dismantled. In 1992 an expansion of the campus began and it has been growing ever since.
Bouldin Creek has been home to the famous and infamous. John Henry Faulk, famous writer and first amendment rights activist, grew up in the popular neighborhood where Green Pastures Restaurant now resides. Along side him Willy (Devil) Wells, 1905-1989, played shortstop for the St Louis Stars part of the first Negro National Baseball League. He was once called, “the greatest living player not the Baseball Hall of Fame.” The infamous Charles Whitman called Bouldin Creek his home until
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