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Lake Travis Homes for Sale

78641
Zip Code
$700,000 and up
Beds
Baths
For Sale / All Types
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$6,000,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
4
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
3,094
SQFT
3926 Eck Lane
Austin, TX 78734
Bradfield Bend Subdivision
$4,250,000
Commercial For Sale
Pending
22.74
ACRES
WILLIAMSON
COUNTY
2334 Highway 183
Leander, TX 78641
Robinson, J.B. Subdivision
$2,300,000
Land For Sale
Active
13.54
ACRES
TRAVIS
COUNTY
18031 Marshalls Point Drive
Lago Vista, TX 78645
Marshalls Point Amd Subdivision
Price Change - 4 weeks ago
$1,599,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Pending
5
BEDS
5
TOTAL BATHS
4,200
SQFT
25107 Pedernales Canyon Trail
Spicewood, TX 78669
Edward Gritten League Subdivision
Price Change - 4 weeks ago
$1,395,000
Land For Sale
Active
1.43
ACRES
TRAVIS
COUNTY
1800 Poco Bueno Court
Spicewood, TX 78669
Reserve At Lake Travis Subdivision
New Listing - 4 weeks online
$1,249,500
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
4
BEDS
4
TOTAL BATHS
3,154
SQFT
23505 Indian Divide Cove
Spicewood, TX 78669
Paleface Ranch Sec 03 Subdivision
Price Change - 4 weeks ago
$998,999
Land For Sale
Active
2.65
ACRES
TRAVIS
COUNTY
17808 Kingfisher Ridge Drive
Lago Vista, TX 78645
Waterford On Lake Travis Sec 1 Subdivision
$899,900
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
4
BEDS
4
TOTAL BATHS
3,465
SQFT
2708 Pace Bend Road
Spicewood, TX 78669
Edward Gritten League Subdivision
$800,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Pending
4
BEDS
4
TOTAL BATHS
3,595
SQFT
2601 Fall Creek Estates Drive
Spicewood, TX 78669
Paleface Homesteads Subdivision

Lake Travis Overview

One of seven central Texas reservoirs fed by the Colorado River, the natural beauty of Lake Travis defines the hill country landscape just 10 miles northwest of downtown Austin. With over 18,000 acres of crystalline water, Lake Travis is the largest of all the Highland Lakes, boasting over 200 miles of shoreline and up to a four and a half mile width that provides ample space for the enjoyment of residents and water enthusiasts alike. With the area’s nearly year-round outdoor weather, it is common any day to spot speedboats and jet skis, along with recreational boaters and people fishing and lounging along the shore.

Lake Travis was created in 1942 by the construction of the Mansfield Dam to hold floodwaters in the Colorado River Basin. As such, the lake has varying water levels: its high of over 710 feet of water was reached in 1991 and its low of just over 614 feet was reached in 1951. It is considered full at 681 feet, and when it reaches that point, flood gates are activated to allow water downstream. Due to the varying depths of the lake and its tributaries, deep water access is considered the most desirable and is the most expensive, while shallower access often can create a wider range of opportunities for homebuyers.
Homes along Lake Travis can be zoned for one of several school districts: Leander ISD, Lago Vista ISD, Lake Travis ISD, and Marble Falls ISD.