A truly unique community, Austin Eruv residents enjoy beautiful hill country views and rolling landscapes while living in the confines of a religiously observant community. The Austin Eruv neighborhood resides in an established area, full of character, and is customized for the needs of the Jewish community. [Read more about Austin Eruv...]
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Austin Eruv Neighborhood
The Austin Eruv consists of established communities in North Austin, many of which overlook scenic valleys, hilltops and lush greenbelts. The mid-century charm of the homes are picturesque and most residences in this area feature mature trees, spacious floor plans, and big lots. The area’s proximity to scenic views and outdoor recreation has made the homes in the area appreciate in value quickly in recent years.
The Austin Eruv’s rough boundaries are Spicewood Springs Road on the north, MoPac on the east, RM 2222 on the south and Mesa Drive on the west.
A majority of the listings in the area are single-family homes with styles that range from mid-century to modern architecture. Buildable lots do periodically exist, and are highly coveted. Austin Eruv has become a popular destination for home buyers that want to enjoy both a close proximity to the scenic Texas Hill Country and easy access to Downtown Austin.
Austin Eruv Lifestyle
An eruv is a symbolic perimeter placed around a Jewish community typically defined by existing utility poles and lines or established fences that transforms public space into communal space under Jewish law. An eruv is a place that religiously observant Jews can do certain activities on the religious sabbath, including carrying objects and pushing strollers or wheelchairs— which are activities that are normally prohibited between sunset on Friday and nightfall on Saturday. Although defined by a perimeter, it is formed by a ‘merging’ (the word eruv means ‘mixture’) of courtyards to include a larger area in which activities, such as sharing communal meals, can be carried out. An eruv is an unobtrusive and largely invisible boundary around a Jewish religious community.
The Austin Eruv Committee has sought to establish an eruv in Northwest Austin that will allow religiously observant Jews to push strollers or wheelchairs and carry items to synagogue or to friends’ homes on Shabbat. An eruv will be a major convenience to community members who are not currently able to fully celebrate Shabbat with their community. It will also make Austin more attractive for observant families looking to relocate.
Public schools in the area are of course available to residents, and most homes will be serviced by the schools within the jurisdiction of Austin ISD (AISD).
Many non Jewish private schools are available for parents seeking alternate education opportunities for their children including Montessori schools, as well as daycare centers. The Concordia University of Austin is also located in Austin Eruv.
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