What was once a town of 100 people in a rural area has blossomed into one of Austin’s burgeoning suburbs. Though definitely not suburban in the track home, strip mall sense of the word, Spicewood is attracting buyers looking for a true Texas Hill Country feel but also wants water. Meandering around the coves and deep water of Lake Travis, residents don’t have to travel far to be on the lake. At the same time, Downtown Austin is only 45 minutes away and Marble Falls is only 20 minutes, so even though you get that “far outside of town” feel, you are not really that far. Much of the development in Spicewood is along the banks of Lake Travis. You often drive through ranch land to get to a master planned community, which can be an adjustment for some, while others love the Texas feel it gives. Scroll Down to Read Our Spicewood Neighborhood Guide.
Spicewood Homes for Sale
Spicewood Neighborhood Map
Use the interactive map below to explore Spicewood neighborhoods.
Below you’ll find the Spicewood neighborhoods we’ve profiled. The price ranges are as of August 2017.
|Barton Creek Lakeside – 2-6 beds, 2-7 baths, 1,500-8,000 sqft, Mid $200,000s – $3.7MM||Coves on Lake Travis – 3-9 beds, 2-12 baths, 3,200-16,000 sqft, Mid $800,000s – $6MM||Hidden Hills – 3-5 beds, 2-6 baths, 1,700-8,000 sqft, High $400,000s – $1.2MM|
|Inverness Point – 2-4 beds, 2-4 baths, 1,500-4,000 sqft, Mid $300,000s – High $400,000s||La Isla at Angel Bay – 4-6 beds, 5-10 baths, 3,800-12,000 sqft, $1MM – $10MM||Laguna Vista – 1-5 beds, 1-5 baths, 400-4,200 sqft, Low $400,000s – High $600,000s|
|Lakecliff on Lake Travis – 2-6 beds, 2-8 baths, 1,700-8,300 sqft, Mid $200,000s – $3MMs||Lakehurst – 2-6 beds, 2-8 baths, 1,200-15,000 sqft, Low $500,000s – $2MMs||Lakewood Estates – 2-4 beds, 2-4 baths, 1,000-4,000 sqft, Low $200,000s – Mid $700,000s|
|Lick Creek Ranch – 2-5 beds, 1-7 baths, 1,100-4,800 sqft, High $200,000s – $2.8MM||Paleface Homesteads – 3-7 beds, 3-8 baths, 3,000-8,900 sqft, Mid $600,000s – $3.7MMs||Paleface Ranch – 3-5 beds, 2-6 baths, 1,700-5,400 sqft, Mid $300,000s – $1.3MM|
|Reserve at Lake Travis – 3-5 beds, 3-7 baths, 2,200-8,000 sqft, Low $900,000s – $9MM||Sola Vista – 4-6 beds, 3-5 baths, 2,500-4,500 sqft, Low $400,000s – Low $700,000s||Summit at Lake Travis – 3-4 beds, 2-4 baths, 1,842-3,518 sqft, Mid $400,000s – Mid $600,000s|
|Thurman Bend Estates – 3-4 beds, 3-6 baths, 3,000-6,400 sqft, Mid $700,000s – $2.5MM||Tierra Vista – 4-6 beds, 3-5 baths, 3,800-6,000 sqft, $1MMs||Travis Lakeside – 3-5 beds, 3-5 baths, 3,000-5,000 sqft, $1MM – $2.5MM|
|Travis Settlement – 2-6 beds, 2-7 baths, 1,800-7,500 sqft, High $300,000s – $1.6MMs||West Cypress Hills – 3-6 beds, 2-5 baths, 1,900-4,200 sqft, Mid $300,000s – Mid $500,000s|
Kids who live in Spicewood are served by the Lake Travis ISD or the Marble Falls ISD and will likely attend the following schools:
Spicewood Lake Travis ISD Schools
- West Cypress Hills Elementary – 9/10
- Bee Cave Elementary – 8/10
- Serene Hills Elementary – 9/10
- Lake Travis Middle – 9/10
- Lake Travis High – 9/10
Spicewood Marble Falls ISD Schools
- Marble Falls Elementary – 6/10
- Spicewood Elementary – 7/10
- Marble Falls Middle – 4/10
- Marble Falls High – 6/10
School ratings reflect Great Schools August 2018 ratings. Ratings are subject to change at any time. Please verify ratings and boundaries with the school district.
Things to Do Near Spicewood
Spicewood is home to one of Austin’s best kept secrets – Krause Springs. With 115 acres of nature activities like swimming, camping, hiking and exploring, it is perfect for someone who loves the outdoors. And with both tent and RV camping sites (with water and electricity), you can spend the entire weekend there. Though Hamilton Pool and Barton Springs are more well known, Krause Springs is definitely the more picturesque swimming hole. So much so that most locals want to keep it to themselves and tell visitors to check out Hamilton Pool instead. For another fun activity, local coffee roaster Cuvee Coffee hosts tours and tastings periodically. If you’ve gotten coffee out around Austin, chances are it is from Cuvee and it is fantastic.
Eating and Drinking in Spicewood
Spicewood residents don’t need to make the trek to Austin to to get good coffee and food. Slowly but surely, independently owned establishments are popping up all over the area. It’s All Good BBQ is probably the favorite, serving everything from ribs to sausage to brisket to BBQ sandwiches. If you’re looking for something a bit more upscale, check out Apis. They have a seasonal menu of food and drinks and an awesome outdoor patio. Another great choice is Briarcliff Bistro and Bacon Bar.
Spicewood Sold Data – What Spicewood Homes Actually Sold For
What sold recently in Spicewood and for how much? Where can I find pictures of homes that actually sold? How many days does it take to sell a home in Spicewood? How many homes are currently for sale in Spicewood? What’s the median sold price in Spicewood? What does the 90 day historic market trend look like in Spicewood? How’s the Spicewood market trending?
All of these questions (and more!) can be answered on our Spicewood Sold Data Report.
Realtors Specializing in Spicewood Homes
Raymond Stoklosa and Rebecca Stoklosa are Realtors specializing in Spicewood homes. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell a home in Spicewood, Raymond and Rebecca know the area well and have the experience and tools necessary to make your next real estate transaction stress free. For more info about who we are and how we work, check out our Buying a Home in Spicewood and our Selling a Home in Spicewood.