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Whether you are buying your first lake home, or selling your third, you’re embarking on perhaps the largest investment of your life.
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As downtown Austin living costs soar neighborhoods in North of Austin in Burnet County still benefit from their off-the-beaten-path status, offering lower prices while offering a reasonable commute time for residents who head to the downtown business district or the University of Texas campus on a daily basis.
Burnet, the county seat, is at the intersection of U.S. Highway 281 and State Highway 29 and on the Austin Area Terminal Railroad, about fifty miles northwest of Austin and 150 miles southwest of Fort Worth. Characterized by rolling hills; fertile plateaus and valleys, and rolling prairies. Burnet County is home to the Colorado River, by the San Gabriel River, and by the Lampasas River.
Horseshoe Bay is a massive development, around 7,000 acres along Lake LBJ, along the Colorado River, with a luxury resort that twists through one of its many neighborhoods.
The resort sprawls all over the place with four golf courses, a full-service marina, a yacht club, several pools and hot tubs, tennis courts galore and a fitness center. There are mansions and condos and everything in between. You can boat or paddle board or putt-putt for days, or improve your tennis game, or spend the entire time hopping between various golf courses and restaurants.
Longhorn Cavern State Park and Inks Lake State Park aren’t far if you’re in the mood to hike and explore more wild territory that doesn’t feature golf course grass. There’s more than 30 wineries in a hour-and-a-half drive of Horseshoe Bay, if you want to leave for some Hill Country adventures.
Although the town is quaint, it’s much more than a stop along the road. The Colorado River runs through it, with a dam widening it into Lake Marble Falls. Surrounding hills make for prime spots for building a new home that overlooks the town, with its bustling Main Street, park and lakeside restaurants.
Marble Falls is the coolest place to enjoy the refreshing waters of Lake LBJ or the relaxing verandas of local wineries. If you are a nature lover, Marble Falls is lucky to be surrounded by some of the best Texas has to offer. Take a tour of a nearby cavern, a boat tour, or canoe excursion and look to the skies to catch a glimpse of a bald eagle. If birdies and other types of eagles are more your style, hit the links on one of 12 golf courses all within 20 minutes of town.