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Lago Vista, TX

Lago Vista, TX

Lago Vista is a city in Travis County. Its translation is lake view.

Located in the 78645 zip code, Lago Vista homes for sale are approximately 35 miles from Downtown Austin. Developed west of Cedar Park in Northwest Austin, residents gain access to Austin, Cedar Park, Leander and Round Rock via TX-183A Toll Road from Farm to Market Road 1431. This community is an average of 43 miles to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. 

Lago Vista homes for sale are highly sought-after for their proximity to water recreation, golf courses, and a resort-like lifestyle. The community is a highly active one, owning two golf courses to lure residents out to the greens. Highland Lakes Golf Course offers both 9-and-18-hole courses while a separate practice facility is perfect for those learning or those seeking to improve their swing. Nearby Pace Bend Park and Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge offer abundant opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, swimming, nature watching, camping, and fishing. Water sports on Lake Travis include boating, fishing, kayaking, waterskiing and zip-lining. For shopping and dining opportunities, locals have many options within Lago Vista as well as nearby Cedar Park 

Annual events include La Primavera Lago Vista Bike Race, Hill Country Singers, Lago Fes, Fourth of July Parade and Fireworks, National Night Out and Trunk-or-Treat, and City Christmas Tree Lighting.

Enjoy Lago Vista's attractions such as Arkansas Bend Park, Balcones Canyonlands, Flat Creek Winery, Lago Vista Golf Course, Lake Travis, and Veteran's Memorial Park. Wikipedia

Popular Neigborhoods: Lake Travis, Waterford on Lake Travis, Highland Lake Estates, Reserve at Lake Travis, Lago Vista Country Club Estates, Poole Place, Tessera on Lake Travis, Malinda Settle, 7 Porticos, Lago Ranchos, 7 Porticos, Bar K Ranch 

Point Venture, TX

Point Venture, TX

Point Venture is a small community on the tip of Lake Travis and adjacent to Lago Vista. It has a population of 1,194 and is in Travis County. It is home to The floating restaurant and bar on Lake Travis call the Gnarly Gar. I also has several short term rental opportunities to please looking for a weekend get away.

Located on the north bank of Lake Travis, Point Venture was a second home and family vacation destination, since the early 1970s. It has matured into a community of full-time residents with over 150 children attending Lago Vista Schools. It features golfing, boating, lake access, and other amenities. Point Venture was incorporated in August 2000. The Lago Vista Independent School District serves area students. Wikipedia

Popular Neighborhoods: Comanche Point at Point Venture, Indian Point at Point Venture, Lake Travis Waterfront, Waterford on Lake Travis, Point Venture 

Jonestown, TX

Jonestown, TX

Jonestown is just above Hudson Bend, where the Colorado River flows above Lake Travis, this small but growing community sits on the est bank of Sandy Creek Arm also referred to Lake Sandy. It is just minutes to Lago Vista and about 10 minutes to Leander/Cedar Park.  

Jonestown is in Travis County. There are several parks in the area and plenty of untamed forests to hike around in. Almost every valley and creek in Jonestown is managed by the Lower Colorado River Authority, which means you can hike on it freely as public land. Jones Brother's Park is a 32 acre waterfront public area on Lake Travis featuring 3 boat ramps, a playground, several Great Texas Oak Trees, a basketball/tennis court, a large open field ideal for playing Frisbee or flying a kite, and an array of shaded picnic areas. Pecan Park (also known as Pecan Bottom) was officially turned into a public park after locals constantly maintained a rock dam in Sandy Creek. Wikipedia

Popular Neighborhoods: Northshore, Trails End at Lake Travis, White Rim Mountain, Fawn Hill, Valle Verde Beach, Terrace Plaza, High Hat Mountain, Angel Springs, Lone Mountain Ranch, Hilltop at the Hollows, Spanish Oak Springs, Jonestown Hills, Lonesome Valley, 

Leander, TX

Leander, TX

Leander is 25 miles north of Downtown Austin via TX-1 / MoPac Expressway to TX-183A Toll Road. For those who travel, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is about 35 miles away. 

Leander offers residents year-round events and activities including outdoor facilities at Devine Lake Regional Park, a 25-acre lake for paddling, fishing, and wildlife observation. Residents love visiting the playscapes, picnic areas and 46 acres of green space. Bledsoe Park offers several kinds of sports courts on its 16-acre playground with pool, spray pad, barbecue grills, and amphitheater. The Sarita Valley Greenbelt is a 6-mile, multi-use trail system giving buyers of Leander homes for sale plenty of opportunity to get some exercise outside of the gym. Leander residents enjoy excellent shopping and dining in nearby Round Rock and Cedar Park. HEB Plus! grocery store is near the center of town on Hwy 183. Lakeline Mall in Cedar Park is 10 miles away from most homes and has over 150 retailers, restaurants, and an Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. Round Rock Premium Outlets are another great option for shopping and only 14 miles away via Ranch to Market Rd 2243.

Leander is a city in Williamson and Travis counties. It was the fastest-growing city in the United States between 2018 and 2019. Recreational activities in Leander will keep you busy. These programs include a golf course, parks, aquatics, summer camps for children, athletics, and events and trips for the 55+ community in Leander and surrounding areas. Wikipedia

Popular Neighborhoods: Crystal Falls, Travisso, Bryson, Mason Creek, Block House Creek, The Bluffs, The Highlands at Crystal Falls, Apple Springs, Gann Ranch, Vista Ridge, South San Gabriel Ranches, Cedar Park Ranchettes, Lakeline Ranch, Mason Hills, and Westwood

Round Rock, TX

Round Rock, TX

With a history dating back to the mid-1800s, the city of Round Rock was named after a large rock that marked the low water crossing for wagons and livestock. Today, Round Rock is a vibrant community in the Greater Austin metropolitan area that marks the crossroads of Texas lifestyle and technology. Originally called Brushy Creek, the area is now home to over 100,000 people. The old fishing ponds and meandering creeks have developed into master-planned communities such as Teravista, Paloma Lake, Forest Creek, Mayfield Ranch and Siena.

Austin's thriving technology sector has brought in a highly educated and sophisticated workforce that has spurred economic growth throughout the region. Along with businesses and housing has come new schools, shopping centers and medical facilities to serve an ever-growing population. With so much growth moving northward from Austin, Round Rock has been a major focus of developers who found available land to build communities that offer exceptional schools, exciting shopping and dining, parks and greenbelts, and the kind of lifestyle that young professionals desire. Round Rock homes for sale are often the first homes that new residents consider due to the publicity the city has received from Forbes Magazine's designation of Round Rock as the #1 metro area for jobs.  

Round Rock is a city in Williamson County (a small portion is in Travis County). Home of Dell Computers, Round Rock is just north of Austin. It also happens to be the self-proclaimed "Sports Capital of Texas". The City's Old Settlers Park offers a professionally designed disc golf course, cricket, cross country running, twenty-field baseball complex, five-field softball complex, and seven soccer facilities in addition to the Rockin' River Family Aquatic Center. Wikipedia

Popular Neighborhoods: Brushy Creek, Forest Grove, Stone Canyon, Star Ranch, Avery Ranch, Stone Oak, Chandler Creek, Mesa Park, South Creek, Forest Ridge, Paloma Lake and Legends Village. 

Cedar Park, TX

Cedar Park, TX

Cedar Park, Texas, one of America's fastest growing cities, is responsible for the lion's share of growth in Williamson County. As this community booms with infrastructure, businesses, and residential development, it has become more attractive to newcomers moving to areas north of Austin. Just 20 miles north of Downtown Austin, Cedar Park homes for sale offer the perfect combination of Hill Country scenery, a family-friendly atmosphere, and some of the most affordable real estate in the Greater Austin area. 

The inventory of Cedar Park homes for sale offers a wide variety of styles and price points from small ranch houses to large custom homes. Many new master-planned communities have developed with amenities such as pools, splash pads, event centers, bike paths, community greenbelts and family playgrounds. While older homes offer large lots and mature trees, many of Cedar Park homes for sale have modern interior finishes and energy efficient construction. With the sizable presence of high tech employers like Dell, Samsung and Apple all within a short distance, many buyers find living in Cedar Park an easy choice compared to commuting to and from Downtown Austin. 

Cedar Park is a suburb of Austin with a population of 72,415. Cedar Park is in Williamson County and is one of the best places to live in Texas Niche. Living in cedar Park offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their own homes. In Cedar Park there are a lot of coffee shops and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Cedar Park and residents ten to lean conservative. The public schools in Cedar Park are highly rated. Wikipedia

Popular Neighborhoods: Ranches at Cypress Creek, Walsh Trails, Carriage Hills, Twin Creeks,  Buttercup Creek, Arbors at Lakeline Condos, Anderson Mill West, Red Oaks, Bella Vista, Reserve at Brushy Creek, and Silverado West

Austin, TX

Austin, TX
Austin is the heartbeat of Central Texas, but its reach impacts many small towns that surround the city. Outside its borders, there are adjacent towns that are growing at the same rapid pace as Austin's downtown area and suburbs. Bee Cave, Driftwood, Cedar Park, Buda, Dripping Springs, Georgetown, Round Rock, Kyle, Lakeway, and Leander are just some of the small towns that attract newcomers to this area. As these areas develop, growth brings new and different housing types. Master-planned communities, multi-family housing, condominiums, townhomes, active adult developments, and suburban neighborhoods fill in along connector roads that lead to the major highways running in all directions around Austin. Many of these small towns have a historic downtown area that adds richness to the lifestyle of their community.

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