New homes in Lakeway, TX

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New homes available! Ideally located on the south coast of Lake Travis in the picturesque Texas Hill Country, Lakeway is tucked away in the westernmost part of Travis County. A resort community with golf courses, tennis courts, marinas, a private airport, a full-service hotel and spa, a 65-mile-long lake, 100 acres of parkland and trails, and almost 500 acres of greenbelts, Lakeway is located about 25 miles west of downtown Austin. In the Austin metropolitan area, it is regarded as one of the best little cities.

Lakeway is a distinctive, illustrious neighborhood with a growth-managed local government offering all services. The City offers services for solid waste management, courts, building and development, parks and recreation, streets and drainage, and police. Municipal utility districts offer water and wastewater services, while Lake Travis Fire Rescue (Travis Co. ESD #6) handles fire suppression and emergency medical response. A council-manager system of government is established by the Lakeway City Charter. The city’s legislative body is made up of the mayor and six at-large council members. The city manager oversees day-to-day operations, directly reports to the city council, implements council-established policies, and makes sure the city is run responsibly financially. Franchise fees, sales taxes, and property taxes are the city’s main revenue sources.

The City of Lakeway was founded as a neighborhood for retirees and vacation homes. The “lake lifestyle,” the city’s award-winning parks and leisure programs and facilities, and the famous schools in Lake Travis ISD are now luring families. The city’s natural beauty, proximity to Austin, and countless recreational opportunities, like as tennis, golf, hiking, biking, picnicking and camping, fishing, boating, swimming, and scuba diving, draw active empty-nesters and young professionals. Residents of Lakeway are involved in their neighborhood and are quite proud of their home city and its fascinating past.

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