Neighborhood Spotlight: The Preserve at Lakeway
If you’re preparing to move to Lake Travis, you may be looking for the perfect neighborhood to settle down in. This area is truly a dreamy place to live, with its recreational activities on the lake, the beautiful views with the hills, and the entertainment surrounding it.
One neighborhood to make a point to check out is The Preserve at Lakeway for your modern subdivision in the heart of an established, natural environment. You’ll love the homes with mile-long views of the Balcones Canyonlands Preserve, the easy access to shopping and dining, and the family-friendly environment between local parks, great schools, and local dog parks. Take a look at why many are choosing The Preserve at Lakeway for their next home.
A look at The Preserve at Lakeway’s past
How did this neighborhood come to be in Lake Travis? It actually is brand new with starting in 2003. It was named after the nearby Balcones Canyonlands Preserve and the proximity to it. The construction process continues as this neighborhood grows in popularity and new families coming in, making it perfect for a family that wants a newer home with modern features or a new home built just for them. While it’s not going to offer that established neighborhood feel that some desire, it’s going to offer the best of both worlds; the charm of an established natural part of Lake Travis with modern conveniences.
You’ll love the neighborhood’s abundance of single family homes and the access to condo living in some parts of the neighborhood. Homes are typically in a traditional style but you’ll find some beautiful options designed in a Tuscan style. Many homes overlook the Balcones Canyonlands Preserve for those needing a beautiful view.
Homes are as small as 1,800 square feet and as large as 6,000 square feet. It’s a pricey neighborhood for good reason, starting at the $200,000’s to the $600,000’s. Homes were built by names like Plantation Homes, Sendero Homes, and more.
The neighborhood, bordered by Barrie Drive on the north and east, Gebron on the south, and located off RR 620 in Lakeway, is in a great location for outdoor fun and indoor entertainment. You’ll be close to great public and private golf courses, the Word of Tennis is a short drive away, and there are wonderful community parks such as Bee Cave Central Park and Lakeway’s City Park which wraps around Lake Travis. Your family will love the ability to stay fit, enjoy the outdoors, and bring Fido along for a jog at Lake Travis area dog parks.
Make it a shopping day in the City of Lakeway or make a short drive to Bee Cave to check out the Shops at the Galleria or The Hill Country Galleria. Of course many enjoy being tucked away in the hills and like to stay put in the neighborhood where you’ll enjoy being surrounded by rare and endangered plant and animal species, beautiful views, and modern homes. You won’t have to go far for the kid’s school either as you’ll have access to Lake Travis Independent School District with options like Lake Travis High and Lake Travis Elementary.
If you are looking for a neighborhood that is smaller than your traditional master-planned community, living among local wildlife, and enjoying the color topography of the Lake Travis hills in your own backyard, The Preserve at Lakeway is the place for you.
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