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Unread 03-14-2011, 12:43 PM
 
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anywere generally in the Eanes district
Google Image Result for http://www.austinmodernliving.com/Eanes-ISD-map-large.jpg

neighborhoods specifically? tarrytown in central west austin. west of mopac but bordered by the lake and 35th street on the north and lake austin blvd on the south. and mopac on the east.


Tarrytown, Pemberton very expensive narrow strip in the General old west austin area, clarksville, bryker woods. balcones, Mt bonnel Homes, The Estates at westlake, the forrest at westlake, the ravine, davenport ranch, Cuernavaca area also known as bella lago, stratford hills, costa bella, spanish okas, vineyard bay,
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Unread 03-14-2011, 08:40 PM
 
Location: Austin TX
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Average Adjusted Gross Income/zip code:

Westlake Hills 78746.....................$204,047
Bee Cave Road/Cuernavaca 78733 $168,606
River Place 78730 ....................$151,666
Barton Creek CC 78735 ................$136,203
West Austin 78703 .......................$127,741
Steiner Ranch 78732 ...................$114,915
Lakeway South 78734 ..................$105,445
Mt. Bonnell 78731 .......................$104,495
Circle C/Shady Hollow 78739 ........$101,995

Zip Code Map http://www.city-data.com/zipmaps/Austin-Texas.html

Fixed it.. River Place is 78730 and Steiner Ranch is 78732

Hope that helps
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Unread 03-15-2011, 02:52 PM
 
Location: Austin, TX
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Originally Posted by CptnRn
Average Adjusted Gross Income/zip code:

Westlake Hills 78746.....................$204,047
Bee Cave Road/Cuernavaca 78733 $168,606
River Place 78730 ....................$151,666
Barton Creek CC 78735 ................$136,203
West Austin 78703 .......................$127,741
Steiner Ranch 78732 ...................$114,915
Lakeway South 78734 ..................$105,445
Mt. Bonnell 78731 .......................$104,495
Circle C/Shady Hollow 78739 ........$101,995

Zip Code Map http://www.city-data.com/zipmaps/Austin-Texas.html

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Fixed it.. River Place is 78730 and Steiner Ranch is 78732

Hope that helps
Your right, thank you for catching that mistake, this City-Data zip code map that links to the demographic data sometimes jumps to the wrong one.

http://www.city-data.com/zipmaps/Austin-Texas.html
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Unread 03-15-2011, 03:19 PM
 
Location: CA - soon to be ATX
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Yeaahhhhhgggghhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Unread 03-15-2011, 09:17 PM
 
Location: Austin, TX
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Thanks!

Any minute now I expect someone to come along and make a post about how statistics lie.
Funny you should say that... I'm not here to say that statistics lie, only to say that income does not coincide with wealth. High-income areas are generally populated with younger adults on their way to accumulating wealth. Truly wealthy areas often have surprisingly bourgeois average income levels. A good example of this is Montecito, CA, where a tiny shack costs over a million bucks but the average income is well below that of places that are far less wealthy.

My guess about highest wealth would be:
1. Pemberton Heights (a no-brainer)
2. Lost Creek
3. Other old neighborhoods with huge houses on the west side, plus close-in areas on or overlooking Lake Austin
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Unread 03-16-2011, 04:41 AM
 
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I've never heard of Permberton heights and even after googling am not sure where it is exactly. Can anyone give the boundaries?
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Unread 03-16-2011, 02:16 PM
 
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I've never heard of Permberton heights and even after googling am not sure where it is exactly. Can anyone give the boundaries?
Roughly: North of Enfield, South of 29th, West of Lamar, East of Mopac
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Unread 03-16-2011, 02:16 PM
 
Location: Austin, TX
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Funny you should say that... I'm not here to say that statistics lie, only to say that income does not coincide with wealth. High-income areas are generally populated with younger adults on their way to accumulating wealth. Truly wealthy areas often have surprisingly bourgeois average income levels. A good example of this is Montecito, CA, where a tiny shack costs over a million bucks but the average income is well below that of places that are far less wealthy.

My guess about highest wealth would be:
1. Pemberton Heights (a no-brainer)
2. Lost Creek
3. Other old neighborhoods with huge houses on the west side, plus close-in areas on or overlooking Lake Austin
All of which are covered in the list I provided.
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Unread 03-17-2011, 08:56 PM
 
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Funny you should say that... I'm not here to say that statistics lie, only to say that income does not coincide with wealth. High-income areas are generally populated with younger adults on their way to accumulating wealth. Truly wealthy areas often have surprisingly bourgeois average income levels. A good example of this is Montecito, CA, where a tiny shack costs over a million bucks but the average income is well below that of places that are far less wealthy.

My guess about highest wealth would be:
1. Pemberton Heights (a no-brainer)
2. Lost Creek
3. Other old neighborhoods with huge houses on the west side, plus close-in areas on or overlooking Lake Austin
Lost Creek one of the wealthiest areas in Austin? No offense intended, we have friends there, but...no way! Seriously?
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Unread 03-17-2011, 09:12 PM
 
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I think the poster might be confusing Lost Creek with another area. It's nice but not even the wealthiest area in Eanes. Might not even be top 5 in Eanes.
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