Tucked in the shadows of lush trees, the beauty and classic charm of the Lost Creek neighborhood shines through. Buying a home in the Lost Creek community, you will find a touch of Austin’s quirky character mixed with a classic charm dating back to the late 1970’s. Life is not too shabby sitting on your shaded backyard retreat with friends and family while taking in the breathtaking views of the central Austin rolling hills. Living in Lost Creek means a heavenly temporary escape from the beautiful bustling Austin city life, while still close enough to all the action to hop back in whenever you choose.
Lost Creek lies within the 78746 zip code—an affluent subdivision within Travis Country. Situated between Capital of Texas Highway, Barton Creek and Bee Cave, residents of Lost Creek have quick access to Mopac and Highway 290.
Lost Creek resides within the award winning and distinguished, Eanes Independent School District (EISD). Students of Lost Creek attend Texas renowned schools: Forest Trail Elementary, West Ridge Middle School, and Westlake High School. EISD has won distinction awards won in all academic subject areas; as well as State Championships in an array of sports categories.
Eanes strives to provide an innovative technology program for all students through use of mobile devices and iPad technology. This interactive and engaging learning environment is intended to promote higher level thinking and problem solving. EISD also offers enrichment camps to feed students’ curiosities throughout the summer months.
Connect with neighbors for a round of golf or tennis, enjoy fine dining with friends, and attend events that bring the whole family together at the newly renovated club house of Lost Creek Country Club.
The Lost Creek neighborhood is also an ideal spot for anyone craving the outdoor lifestyle. Anglers quickly find prime fishing spots along the multi-access hike and bike trails. In the summer, trek, bike, or drive to a hidden gem of a natural swimming hole. And never miss an event at Austin’s famous Zilker Park—home to the multi-weekend Austin City Limits festival, playgrounds and train rides, disc golf courses, the Zilker Park kite festival, and the Austin Trail of Lights.