With Austin’s great set of lakes, living waterfront provides an awe inspiring alternative to homes you would find elsewhere in the Austin area. Lake Austin gives residents the opportunity to take their boats and jet skis for a short trip to Hula Hut, Abel’s on the Lake, County Line on the Lake, and Ski Shores, some of Austin’s oldest and favorite restaurants.

Similarly, living on Lake Travis allows residents to dock their boat right off Austin’s famous Oasis—one of the most amazing places to watch the sunset. What Lady Bird Lake lacks in private, motorized water vessels, it certainly gains in an endless supply of activities. Try out stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, take a steam boat tour, or simply enjoy the Austin Skyline from your Lady Bird Lake waterfront property. As all three pertain to different areas of Austin, all three belong to different school districts, which isn’t an issue for homeowners. Both the impeccable Leander School District and the Lake Travis School District serve the majority of homes on Lake Travis. Austin Independent School District and Eanes Independent School District serve the Lake Austin and Lady Bird Lake areas. Homes here aren’t at a loss either with Westlake High School’s reputation for academics and sports. And, Austin High always keeps the crowd roaring and families proud with its savvy football team. No matter which waterfront area catches your attention, you are guaranteed to never regret your decision with every painterly, water reflected sunrise.