Sponsored: Lakeside living with luxury at Waterstone


Life on the lake means beautiful views, easy water access and relaxation. It also means a visit to Waterstone on Lake Travis.

This condo development was designed by renowned architect Larry Speck to showcase the view, with large windows throughout each of the 71 units peering out onto the lake and the Hill Country. The luxurious modern interiors boast 10-foot ceilings, farmhouse-style sinks and Jenn-Air chef’s appliances. And new management has a whole set of new finishes and floorplans for buyers to see.

Outside, residents will find 25 acres of shoreline with nature trails, an infinity-edge pool and spa, an outdoor gourmet kitchen, rustic stone firepits and a private day dock. The condos, which range in size from 1,540 square feet to 2,275 square feet, start at $219,000.

When reality pushes its way into the resort-like living or homebuyers are looking for a night out, they won’t have to look far. Waterstone is close to Waterford Marina, Lake Travis restaurants, the Balcones Canyonland and National Wildlife Refuge as well as winery, golfing, theater, retail and more. The property is served by Lago Vista schools.

Start your permanent trip to the lake by calling Brandon Miller at 214-802-5300 or email him at millerb4@me.com.


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