New to The Market on Lake LBJ
36 Waterfront Homes and 31 Waterview Homes $360,000 – $650,000
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Marble Falls, Texas
Just to the northwest of Austin, Texas you will find one of the true gems of the Highland Lakes, Lake Marble Falls. Lake Marble Falls is part of the scenic collection of these Texas lakes located along the Colorado River, cradling the legendary city of Marble Falls.
Located a short 45 miles northwest of Austin, Texas, this constant-level lake is a watersport haven from fishing, sailing and skiing to the popular Lakefest drag boat races that come to town every year in August. Lake Marble Falls has a variety of lakefront properties from which to choose. You’ll meet Lake Marble Falls homeowners who have chosen their retirement homes here as well as suburbanites who trek to their Lake Marble Falls vacation home at every opportunity.
Lake Marble Falls is a relatively small lake when compared to the other Highland Lakes, at just under six miles long and just over 1,000 feet at its widest point. Lakefront homes can be found all around Lake Marble Falls including the popular lakefront developments of Meadowlake, Cottonwood Shores and Waterside, one of the more luxurious lakefront communities in all of Central Texas.
Due to the popularity of the area and its resort-style location, real estate investors of all stripes look to Lake Marble Falls for investment opportunities. There aren’t as many homes in the Lake Marble Falls area when compared to other nearby lakes, attributed to Lake Marble Falls’ size. That means homes don’t come up for sale very often and are highly desired. This has kept real estate values in the Lake Marble Falls consistent throughout the years with a constant demand.
Lake Marble Falls is an accessible, friendly and rural lake that offers the serenity and seclusion that few Highland Lakes can match. And with its location next to Marble Falls and near Highway 281, it’s easy to get to…but oh-so-hard to leave.