Listed below are homes for sale in Lakeway, TX, a city located in Travis County. These Lakeway TX real estate listings are updated daily from the ACTRIS MLS.
Lakeway is home to all manner of properties, making it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for in this growing community. Houses in the area range in price from just over $100,000 for a one-bedroom condo all the way up to $3.5 million for a stately 10,000 square-foot manor. There are also several homes available in the $500,000 range that would be ideal second properties for growing families. These homes feature granite countertops, walk-in closets, breakfast bars, and other great family amenities that buyers will love. Several of the more upscale properties boast custom luxury features like private tennis courts, balconies, pools and spas, home theater rooms, and gorgeous European-inspired architecture. No matter what you’re after, you’ll find it in Lakeway. More >
Lakeway is situated in the Heart of Central Texas on the Colorado River approximately 20 miles northwest of Austin.
The Lakeway area is home to all sorts of community resources that a growing family needs. There is a wide selection of schools within just a short drive, including Lakeway Elementary, Serene Hills Elementary, Lake Travis Middle School, and Lake Travis High School. These great public schools offer programs like HOSA, a high school curriculum for future healthcare workers, as well as spring and fall enrichment programs for elementary students that teach additional subjects like art, golf, and photography. In the eastern portion of the community sits the Bluebonnet Montessori School, a private school for elementary-age children that offers music and language enrichment programs in addition to the well-rounded Montessori curriculum. Lakeway also offers ample parkland and green space, including Falconhead West Primitive Park – a great desert park with lots of hiking trails - and the Falconhead Golf Club, an expertly designed public golf course that gives you tournament-level play. The nearby Lakeway Regional Medical Center offers a full array of hospital services and accepts coverage from major insurers like Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Humana, and Aetna. The nearby shopping center on Highway 71 boasts great name brands like Starbucks, Walgreens, Pier 1, Geek Squad, Barnes & Noble, and Whole Foods.
Lakeway is primarily composed of married couples without children, although about one third of families do have children under the age of 18. The median household income is $86,000. That means the Lakeway area is a mostly middle-class neighborhood full of young and middle-aged professionals. There is also a small community of unmarried homeowners, with about 15 percent of homes being a single-person household.
Lake Travis ISD is an Exemplary rated district by the Texas Education Agency for the 2011-2012 school year. The mission of the Lake Travis ISD is to educate all students by teaching a comprehensive curriculum which emphasizes scholastic excellence. The District will serve as a model of educational excellence by making use of the combined skills of students, teachers, support staff, involved parents and citizens through the efficient use of resources. Our graduates will have lifelong problem-solving skills. They will understand that responsibilities accompany the privileges of citizenship and will have the foundation to be successful in their chosen endeavors.
The Lakeway area is a little slice of heaven offering breathtaking beauty and a relaxing atmosphere. Lake Travis is a recreational paradise with boating, camping, fishing, hunting, tennis, and golf being the primary activities enjoyed by residents and tourists alike. It's easy to see why people keep coming back again and again. The area offers unparalleled diversity. In the spring, roadsides and open fields are dotted with colorful wildflowers, from the Indian Paintbrush to the Texas state flower, the Bluebonnet. Autumn brings vibrant reds, oranges and yellows as leaves announce the start of a new season. Summer is a time for boating on the lake or enjoying an outdoor barbecue. Winter is mild with a touch of cool air, ideal for viewing the thousands of Christmas lights.
Lakeway is also a golf mecca. With many different course options, Lakeway is truly a golfers paradise.
There are many things to do at the many parks dotted throughout Lakeway. With miles of trails, there is plenty of room for everyone from leisurely walkers to vigorous joggers and kids on bicycles or roller blades. For those who want to enjoy the park at a slower pace, the Butterfly Garden is a perfect place to spend the afternoon.
The Canyonlands is the City of Lakeway's newest park. The Canyonlands is a 20 acre tract named for the scenic canyon running through the property. This canyon is the upper reaches of the Rough Hollow Cove, a major arm of Lake Travis. The scenery of the canyon from the overlooks is breathtaking. In late fall, the foliage is spectacular with shades of yellow, gold, brown, orange, and red. Early spring brings a new riot of color as the new leaves sprout out on the deciduous trees in the canyon.
Lake Travis abounds with water recreation. It is truly a gem among Texas Lakes. With it's crystal clear aquamarine water, Lake Travis naturally attracts water sport enthusiasts. From multi class sailboat and windsurfing regattas to competition ski boat, cruisers, cigarettes and mansion-like houseboats, Lake Travis maintains the marina facilities, public parks, boat ramp access and glorious hot summer weather making it a destination summer resort for outdoor enthusiasts from around the state and the country.
Life could not be more perfect in the Lake Travis area. Few places offer the same combination of glorious scenery, urban activity and outdoor recreation possibilities. Residents now enjoy diversified employment opportunities, countless shopping options, and tremendous recreation outlets throughout the Lake Travis area.
The communities and areas that comprise the Lake Travis area include the City of Bee Cave, the Village of Briarcliff, the Village of the Hills, the City of Lakeway, Apache Shores, Comanche Trail, Four Points, Hudson Bend, River Place and Spicewood.
The Lakeway communities and neighborhoods strive to offer residents all the charm of small town living with the major amenities necessary for ahigh quality of life. Truly, the Lakeway area offers the best of both worlds and it's easy to see why people keep coming back again and again.
The business communities in Lake Travis have flourished with unique, local shops and boutiques as well as the construction of stores and malls that include many nationally known retailers.
Much of the business and industry sector in the Western Travis County is focused on the tourism dollars that are generated in the region. Lodging, food and beverage, entertainment, golf and water recreation comprise many of the businesses in Lake Travis. The area is home to several large marinas, world-class golf courses and travel accommodations that range from bed & breakfasts to large resorts. The area is also home to an array of independently owned restaurants and bar & grill establishments.