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Rolling hills, temperate climate, and water, water everywhere, Austin is the perfect place to live. Whether you enjoy active water sports, like watching a sunset over a beautiful lake, or want to see a sunrise from your own window each morning, all of this is available in the Austin area.
LAKE AUSTIN, LAKE TRAVIS, LAKE BUCHANAN, INKS LAKE, LAKE LBJ, and LAKE MARBLE FALLS are all part of the Highland Lakes system created from the establishment of six dams on the lower Colorado River in Central Texas. The lakes and nearby parks and recreation areas are popular for water sports and leisure activities. LADY BIRD LAKE in not included in the Highland Lakes system but is part of the Colorado River.
Lake Travis is popular for sailing, boating, jet skiing, water skiing, and swimming. It is the longest of the Highland Lakes, and with its proximity to Austin, it is a very desirable area for anyone who wants to have easy lake and city access. Lakeway and Volente Village are located on the south side of Lake Tavis, and Lago Vista and Jonestown are on the north side. Briarcliff is located on the northwest side, directly across the lake from Lago Vista.
With its crystal clear, beautiful aquamarine water, it is considered one of the best Texas lakes. From multi-class sailboat and windsurfing regattas to competition ski boats, cruisers, cigarettes and luxury houseboats, Lake Travis maintains the marina facilities, public parks, boat ramp access and glorious hot weather making it a destination summer resort for outdoor enthusiasts.
With its proximity to Lakeway and Austin, it also offers numerous nonwater activities and recreation.
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Lake Austin is one of the area's most beautiful lakes with its high
cliffs along the water's edge. Beautiful houses surround the hillsides
and edge of the water with gorgeous views, making this area a premiere
and desirable housing area.
Lake Austin starts at Mansfield Dam and ends at the Tom Miller Dam in the city of Austin. The much photographed 360 Bridge goes over Lake Austin and is a popular gathering spot on the lake as well as a good point for launching a boat.
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Jacqueline Wittmuss, Broker
5611 Hwy 290 West
Austin, TX 78735
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