The Old Lakeway community represents the area defined by Lakeway’s first 300 homes built prior to April 1971, and within the original 1,000 acres developed. This blossoming community is also part of the Old Lakeway Project, a resident-led initiative to encourage homeowners to honor the original architects’ design vision. However, many of the older homes with effervescent views or waterfront access have been renovated to meld the prestigious views with an updated modern elegance to match. All within 30 minutes of downtown Austin, in Old Lakeway, residents enjoy the best of the Hill Country boating and golfing lifestyle.
Old Lakeway is just off 620, with access to North Austin via 2222 or South Austin via Highway 71. Old Lakeway is geographically defined by the boundaries of the original 17 sections and first 1,000 acres of Lakeway. Old Lakeway was developed between October 1962 and April 1971, and in 2017, there were street signs put up featuring the original Lakeway logo at each intersection in the neighborhood defining the area.
Old Lakeway is part of the Lake Travis ISD, and residents attend Lakeway Elementary, Lake Travis Middle School, and Lake Travis High School. LTISD ranks as one of the top school districts in the state of Texas, with Lake Travis High School holding high honors for its academics, athletics, and college readiness.
In Old Lakeway, Lake Travis is your backdoor. There are a plethora of water sports offered at Lakeway Marina, including renting pontoons, jet skis, basic speed boats, and paddle boats.
Old Lakeway is also any golfer’s dream. Yaupon, Live Oak, The Hills, and Flintrock Falls golf courses are all nearby the community. The Lake Travis area and Texas Hill Country are home to plenty of private and public golf courses for residents to try out.
Old Lakeway is a tight-knit community with family activities all year round nearby. With history in its homes, Old Lakeway is a chance to be in the most charming part of town.