Sponsored: Build exactly what you want at the exclusive Canyons at Lake Travis


If you’re looking for a cozy haven where you can build the home of your dreams and enjoy amazing views, The Canyons at Lake Travis will meet your every need.

This gated community in western Travis County offers a tight-knit feel for residents who also enjoy room to sprawl out on acre-plus lots that feature Hill Country and lake views.

Partners in Building, the exclusive builder for the community, offers custom homes that start in the $500,000s and start around 3,000 square feet and go up from there. Partners in Building’s award-winning designers and architects can create your new home from an idea or sketch, or they can modify one of their existing plans to suit your unique lifestyle. Sample plans include one- to two-story homes that have three to five bedrooms with the master downstairs, two to five bathrooms, and a three- to four-car garage.

The Canyons at Lake Travis is close to RM 620 and RM 2222 and conveniently located near shops, restaurants and Lakes Travis and Austin. Students attend Exemplary-rated Lake Travis schools.

To start creating your perfect home, call Dan Cornwell at 512-266-8557.


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