Alive with neighbors out walking, either in the neighborhood or on Trinity trails, this quiet treasure is a beauty to behold.  The canopies of trees lining the streets, with their dappled light, is commonplace.   A strong neighborhood association provides annual events for kids and grownups, alike.  The Fourth of July parade and the Halloween celebrations at the Crestwood park, for instance, have been going on for years.  You’ll love hearing Crestwood’s “garage band,” The Crestwood Pickers playing old and new favorites at these events, as well.   Family friendly with a Norman Rockwell charm, the community of Crestwood will take you back to simpler times.


Monticello comprises a diverse array of architecture from luxury town homes, nestled amongst original properties, to grand old homes, including one or two as old as 1905!  The stately stone entry to the neighborhood sets off the grand charm of Monticello.  Wander throughout the neighborhood and you’ll note the pristinely beautiful landscapes, showing off the wonderful neighborhood pride.  At their quaint park you’ll see family gatherings, tennis matches, fly fishing practice and dogs at play – such fun!  


This area, also known as Fairmount, is ripe with old beauties built as early as 1905.  You’ll feel like you’re walking into the past when you enter this treasure of a neighborhood.  And if that’s not enough, Fairmount has become a hub of entertainment, akin to a “little Austin.”   Magnolia Street is a mix of retail and living space that’s abuzz with activity, day and night.  Fabulous restaurants, friendly and eclectic people, and a dog-friendly atmosphere is the flavor of Magnolia.  This neighborhood is bursting with local art you can enjoy every day, or at annual events like Arts Goggle, with booths, music, food and much activity.  


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