The Preserve at Lakeway is a modern-day Lake Travis area subdivision with homes built to suit your needs and mile-long views of the surrounding Balcones Canyonlands Preserve.
Living in this neighborhood makes you feel like you’re tucked away in the hills. The reality is that if you live here, you’re actually in the heart of Lakeway and surrounded by rare and endangered plant and animal species found nowhere else on earth. Not a bad place to be for the chance to commune closely with nature on a daily basis.
Unfortunately, there isn’t a lot of history to be had in The Preserve at Lakeway neighborhood. Started in 2003, this real estate development was named for its proximity to the Balcones Canyonlands Preserve. Construction is still ongoing around the neighborhood and for this reason, the neighborhood has a newer feeling. What it lacks in maturity, it makes up for in charm.
This neighborhood consists mainly of single family homes, although condos have been developed in a few smaller sections of the neighborhood. Homes in The Preserve at Lakeway vary from traditional to Tuscan, with several lots backing up to the Balcones Canyonlands Preserve.
The size of homes in The Preserve at Lakeway range from 1,800-6,000 sq. ft. Prices start in the upper $200’s and go up to the $600’s. Home builders in the neighborhood include Sendero Homes, Plantation Homes, Village Builders, David Weekley Homes and Meritage Homes.
Restaurants & Shopping
You’re not far away from all the City of Lakeway has to offer. Located just across the street on RR 620 is the future site of the Lakeway Town Center. And if you can’t find what you’re looking for in Lakeway, a short drive to Bee Cave for shopping and dining at the The Hill Country Galleria and the Shops at the Galleria should have you covered.
Family & Fitness
There are a wealth of outdoor options available if you live in The Preserve at Lakeway. Community parks in the area include Bee Cave Central Park and the 64-acres wrapping around Lake Travis at Lakeway’s City Park. You’re not far from a visit to the Lake Travis area dog parks if you have a four-legged friend in need of some exercise.
Living in the heart of Lakeway will also give you easy access to golf courses in the area, both public and private. And let’s not forget that the World of Tennis is located just a short drive from this neighborhood.
The Preserve at Lakeway is in the Lake Travis Independent School District. Schools include Lake Travis High School, Hudson Bend Middle School and Lake Travis Elementary.
Major Street Boundaries
Just off RR 620 in Lakeway, the main entrance is Dave Dr. located south of Lakeway Blvd. The Balcones Canyonland Preserve borders Barrie Dr. on the north and east, and the southern boundary is Gebron. (map)
Can you live here?
The Preserve at Lakeway is not a neighborhood designed for everyone. But if you’re yearning for something smaller than a large master-planned community, then The Preserve at Lakeway is actually designed for you. Not to mention that if you live here, you’ll be living among the local wildlife that call this neighborhood home. Take in the vast and colorful topography of the hills of the Lake Travis area and the surrounding preserve — this could be your very own backyard.
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