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Austin Jamatkhana, Texas , United States of America


2401 South Lakeline Blvd
Austin TX



Dr. Saheb,


Welcome in Austin Dr. Saheb, indeed Austin is great place to live I am living here since 1989, great place.
I already posted my answer of your question, but let me post it again in detail for you and for Shahzad Akram,
About apartment complex the details are as follows:-

Most of Ismailis are living surrounding North Lamar Blvd, there are many apartments surrounding this neighborhood and grocery shops and Indian restaurants also located nearby of North Lamar area. I guess JK is around 5-7 miles from there. Neighborhood in this area is OK but lot better than downtown area only one thing imissing is schools are not good, if you don't have children then this is perfect area to live since all amenities are nearby
Since you are doctor and I guess you may have children, therefore I would suggest you to find apartment complex on highway 183 and highway 620 area because the schools in this neighborhood is great my two kids graduated there and now they both are studding in one of top 10 University in USA. Jamat Khana distance may be 10-15 miles depends which apartment you choose Many Ismailis just started to move in this neighborhood because of affordable rent and good

3, BEST,
If you prefer to choose best school, good neighborhood and good scenery then you have to find your apartment in south side of Austin, it is little bit far from JK but you wouldn't be disappointed because of good scenery, good neighborhood and nice sceneries. Many well settled Ismailis are living there, rent may be little expensive but I think you can afford it since you are doctor however the grocery and other amenities will be little far.
Here is my e-mail address, agakhani_786@yahoo.com please let me know if you need further information.
Please meet me in JK when you come in Austin, Good Luck in advance for you and for Mr. Shahzad.

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