offers a lifestyle where you can walk to
dinner, shopping and entertainment.
Trailer eateries line the streets and are
mixed in with eclectic shopping, dining
and entertainment with the Continental
Club and other bars nearby.
Neighborhoods here include the historic
Travis Heights with tree-lined streets and
stately homes from as far back at the
1920’s, many of which have been updated
and renovated. To the west of Congress
Avenue and stretching to Lamar is the
Bouldin Creek area with its cottages and
condos, some renovated and others new
construction. Either neighborhood is
minutes from downtown, as well as both
Zilker Park and the hiking trails of Lady
Bird Lake. The grounds of St. Edwards
University border South Congress Avenue
and it’s a quick hop on the Capital Metro
bus line to The University of Texas at
Austin or work downtown.
Submitted by Camille Abbott,
Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty
Residents of Spanish Oaks love its great
location on 1, 200 unspoiled acres amid
the spectacular Texas Hill Country, and
its private 18-hole golf course designed by
Bobby Weed and recognized by Golf Digest
as one of the top private golf clubs in Texas.
Others are attracted to the exclusivity of
Spanish Oaks – limited to just 462 properties within this gated community and
estate-size homesites that range from a half-acre to more than four acres, plus luxury
villas, and finished custom homes that
define this pampered lifestyle – and that
include a dedicated concierge staff.
Located 20 minutes from downtown off
Hwy 71 and within the acclaimed Lake
Travis Independent School District,
custom homes in Spanish Oaks start at
$1.4 million, and undeveloped lots are typi-
cally priced from $300,000 to $1,000,000.
In addition to custom estate homesites,
Spanish Oaks offers pre-designed Villas
and Garden Homes in four distinctive
neighborhoods within the community. The
property is cradled on two sides by 15,000
acres of protected nature preserves and
Spanish Oaks is unique in that the real estate
and the club are tied together – the only way
to join the club is to buy real estate here,
making it a true lifestyle community with
the club at its center. The neighborhood
features a separate Resident’s Lodge with
a resort-style swimming pool, casual grille,
sports courts and access to Spanish Oaks’
hiking trails. The Lodge sits directly above
the Fish Camp, Spanish Oaks’ private three-acre fishing lake and bait shop.
The community’s personalized concierge
services include personal chef service,
party planning, and more – all tailored to
the specific tastes and preferences of the
club’s individual members. The club even
maintains a 27’ Sea Ray boat docked at
nearby Lake Travis for the private use of its
members and their guests.