Spotlight on Bee Cave area - Austin Texas

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Austin Modern Living

The "City" of Bee Cave, located at the intersection of Highway 71, Bee Cave Road (2244) and Highway 620, boasts an estimated population of only 1,700 people as of 2004 (source  But the Greater Bee Cave Area could arguably extend west towards the Hamilton Pool area and West Cypress Hills, east from Bee Cave to MoPac (including the eclectic and funky Cuernavaca Road neighborhood highlighted at, the luxury homes of Seven Oaks, Rob Roy and Barton Creek, Senna Hills, Lake Point and others), North towards Lakeway on Highway 620, and Southeast along Highway 71 through Spanish Oaks and the  Southwest Parkway area.  Although the area offers something for everyone, the common theme along the Bee Cave Corridor is easy, Hill-country living.  These are neighborhoods characterized by large treed lots, varied and individual architectural styles, xeriscaped lawns and graceful living.  Many homes throughout the Bee Cave area have lake access, waterfront or hill country views and a Texas Hill Country feel to them.  With convenient access to downtown Austin via Bee Cave Road, residents of this area feel they have the best of country living and city lifestyle.  The ever-expanding shopping and dining scene, with the recent addition of the Hill Country Galleria, nearby shopping in Lakeway, Westlake Hills and Barton Creek Mall, make it easy to find whatever you want right in your backyard.  Area schools in Eanes and Lake Travis school districts are another important reason many residents choose to live in the Bee Cave area.

More info on Bee Cave and the area at: www.AustinModernLiving


Comments (6)

Dwayne West
Atlanta Real Estate - Canton, GA
Canton Georgia Real Estate
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Mar 16, 2008 09:33 AM
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Mar 16, 2008 02:42 PM
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