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Lake Austin Homes are among the most sought after in the Austin area. With 24 miles of lake to explore homeowners in this area enjoy the luxury of living near beautiful Lake Austin and all that it has to offer. Real estate along Lake Austin offers great entertainment options like great restaurants along the water's edge and a variety of recreational water activities ranging from fishing to wakeboarding and wake-surfing to kayaking. Prospective buyers will find a variety of options in Lake Austin Homes from unique townhomes and condos with Lake views, new residential communities, to large custom estates with multi-acre lots. Lake Austin Homes are the most prime real estate in Austin. Lake Austin Homes range in price from $2M to over $16M and Lake Austin land prices range from $1M - $30M++. Lake Austin homes are one of the largest drivers of the Austin Economy.

Almost all the shoreline around Lake Austin is privately owned, which limits bank fishing. Bank access can be found at the Capital of Texas Highway (Loop 360) bridge, at Emma Long Park, Mary Quinlan Park, and Fritz Hughes Park near Mansfield Dam. Two excellent concrete public boat ramps are available: the Walsh Boat Landing, located off Lake Austin Blvd., and a ramp below the Loop 360 bridge. Additional information about fishing in/at Lake Austin can be found on the TPWD website. Emma Long Metropolitan Park is located 6.2 miles off FM 2222 on City Park Road. The park is on the shores of Lake Austin, and consists of a total of 1150 acres, 70 of which are developed. An entrance fee is charged. Local Boating Laws In addition to the Texas Water Safety Act, the City of Austin has established several ordinances for Lake Austin, Lady Bird Lake and Lake Walter E. Long. The purposes of these ordinances are to protect the health and safety of the public using the area lakes.
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