The Rosedale neighborhood in Austin, Texas is composed of approximately 1200 homes that were built primarily in the 1930’s and 1940’s. It is located in North Central Austin and its borders are 38th Street on the south end, Shoal Creek to the west, Hancock Drive to the North, and Lamar to the east. The Rosedale neighborhood is attractive to urbanites who value its central location but also the character of a cohesive neighborhood that is often hard to find in the city. Ramsey Park with its pool and tennis courts is often the center of summertime activity. Rosedale residents enjoy an easy walk to shops, restaurants, and bars.

Rosedale is extremely diverse with young families, retirees, professionals, and artists. This diversity is evidenced in the many differing styles of remodeled homes. Most of the original homes are too small for modern buyers so they generally update and expand them. However, the remodels only seem to add more character to the neighborhood and shows great pride of ownership.

Rosedale homes generally start in the low 300’s with a median price closer to 400K. It falls in the AISD school district which depending on the location of the home in the neighborhood is Brykerwoods or Highland Park Elementary, Lamar or O’Henry Middle School, and McCallum or Austin High School.