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A Master-Planned Austin Community with Room to Breathe and Homes for Every Lifestyle

Steiner Ranch is the "land between the lakes"; a master-planned development between Lake Austin and Lake Travis. Situated on 4,600 beautiful acres near Lake Travis, Lake Austin homes, golf course homes and homes alongside the Balcones Canyonland Preserve, Steiner Ranch is a rare find. New homes by Austin's finest builders present choices for any lifestyle and prices from the $250s to over $3 million.

Live at Steiner Ranch and enjoy three community centers with pools, a lake club with access to Lake Austin and 20 miles of hiking and biking trails. Join friends and neighbors at the University of Texas Golf Club for a round of golf on the 7,225-yard championship golf course. And you don't have to leave the community for highly-rated schools, restaurants and shopping.

Nearby Austin, the state capital and home to seven area universities, is a mecca for brilliant minds, innovative business and exceptional talent. With downtown just 25 minutes away, you'll soon find out why the city is hailed as the Live Music Capital of the World. Choose from hundreds of venues and music of all genres and enjoy some of the nation's best arts and restaurants.

Featuring a breathtaking natural setting, the homes are designed to provide dramatic use of natural light and to stylishly blend with the surrounding landscape. Whatever the location you decide to make home, you'll enjoy all this Austin community offers!

The commitment to maintaining the natural surroundings helped Steiner Ranch earn recognition from the Austin Business Journal as "Best Master-Planned Community" in the greater Austin area in 2004.

The city remains vibrant and the economic outlook is strong with such high tech companies as Dell and Freescale on the cutting edge. With an average of 300 days of sunshine each year, outdoor play is a way of life in Austin and at Steiner Ranch. From boating to biking every day holds a new opportunity for discovery, and splashing at the community pools brings families and neighbors together.

Wikipedia: Lake Austin
Lake Austin is a reservoir on the Colorado River in Austin, Texas in the United States. The reservoir was formed in 1939 by the construction of Tom Miller Dam by the Lower Colorado River Authority. Lake Austin is one of the seven Highland Lakes created by the Lower Colorado River Authority, and is used for flood control, electrical power generation, and recreation. Loop 360 spans the lake at the Pennybacker Bridge.

Wikipedia: Lake Travis
Lake Travis is a reservoir on the Colorado River in central Texas in the United States. The reservoir was formed in 1942 by the construction of Mansfield Dam on the western edge of Austin, Texas by the Lower Colorado River Authority. Lake Travis has the largest storage capacity of the seven reservoirs known as the Highland Lakes, and stretches 65 miles (105 km) upriver from western Travis County in a highly serpentine course into southern Burnet County to Max Starcke Dam, southwest of the town of Marble Falls. The Pedernales River, a major tributary of the Colorado River, flows into the lake from the southwest in western Travis County. The lake is used for flood control, water supply, electrical power generation and recreation.