Standard shopping amenities are relatively convenient for those living along the northwest boundary of the area near the RM 620, Bee Caves Rd./Hwy. 71 intersections. Sailing, water-skiing, fishing and lakeside dining are some of the numerous, nearby recreational options afforded residents in the northern part of the area.
Established in 1962, this small community with a population of 8,000 gained prominence with the addition of the Lakeway Resort and Spa, built to accommodate residents and vacationers alike. The Resort surrounding property drew residents seeking second homes and retirement properties. The Jack Nicklaus Golf Course, clubhouse, world-class tennis facility, waterfront park, and large marina are some of the unique offerings at Lakeway. With no sign of growth slowing down, new projects in this area are continually evolving.
The peninsula of Hudson Bend is populated by many boating related businesses and facilities as well as the Slaughter-Leftwich Winery and the guest accommodations of the Vintage Villas. Known for innovative game cuisine, the highly acclaimed restaurant, Hudson?s on the Bend, is situated nearby.
The gated, master planned community of Costa Bella, to the north of Lakeway, offers waterfront, hill country and lake view lots. The mostly Mediterranean style villas have attracted many high tech executives to the neighborhood. Tennis courts and a swimming pool are some of the offerings at the luxurious 6,000 ft. clubhouse. On the lake below the clubhouse, a 67-slip marina will accommodate yachts up to 50 ft.. A fiber optics package has been installed and routed to each site allowing for monitoring of guest entry as well as high-speed Internet access.
The country setting, family sized homes, acclaimed school district and resort like amenities in this area appeals to professionals, executives and their families as well as retirees.