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.
BALCONES, GREAT HILLS,
Homebuyers who want an Austin metro
home in a beautiful setting with excellent
schools, recreation, shopping, and employers
should look no further than northwest Austin
and the Spicewood Springs, Balcones, Great
Hills and Anderson Mill areas.
Homes in all four neighborhoods are generally in the same median price range, starting
at around $225,000 and going to more than
$600,000. There’s also a mix of older and
new homes, offering a lot of opportunities
for buyers. Accessible to downtown, the 360
corridor, and north Austin/Round Rock, all
four areas are very appealing to those who
work in the technology community.
Three school districts serve the neighborhoods, including the Austin Independent
School District, Leander Independent
School District or the Round Rock Independent School District – and area schools get
high marks for a quality educational experience. There are also plenty of dedicated
parklands, recreational facilities, activities,
entertainment, and great restaurants in
the Arboretum and Domain area – both of
which are minutes away.
The area also offers excellent golf facilities at
the area country clubs, including Great Hills
Country Club, which has tennis facilities, a
pool and an upper scale golf course; Balcones
Country Club, which offers 36 holes of golf,
with an 18-hole golf course and access to its
sister club, Spicewood at Balcones, which has
another 18-hole course.
Nestled in the Texas Hill Country, Steiner
Ranch is distinctive among Austin luxury
home communities for its striking natural
A quick drive down South Congress
lets visitors know that living in
South Austin is a lifestyle. It has the
reputation of being one of the coolest
places to live in Austin...