Bound by South Lamar, East Oltorf, South Congress and Lady Bird Lake, Bouldin is a little slice of suburbia right in the middle of all the action. Originally created at the turn of the 20th century, Bouldin remained a small community until rapid growth in the 1920’s brought a quirkiness that added diversity to its historic charm. Take a walk past Green Pastures, the Victorian mansion once belonging to John Henry Faulk, or the Holy Name of Mary Orthodox Church and you will see the Latin and artistic flavors of the community come to life in boutiques and bakeries that line the streets. One of the most well-known structures located in Bouldin is the Texas School for the Deaf which was created in the mid-19th century and later renovated in the 1990s.
Points of Interest
South Central Austin SubdivisionsBarton Hills Bouldin Dawson Galindo Spyglass/Bartons Bluff St. Edwards Travis Heights Westgate Zilker
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