Bee Cave Homes For Sale
Nestled just west of Austin’s city limits is Bee Cave, Texas. The area derived its name from the colonies of Mexican honeybees in limestone caves that lived near the banks of Barton Creek and Little Barton Creek that encompassed a large area of western Travis County. Today, Bee Cave is known for its mix of old and new neighborhoods, laid-back atmosphere and makes for a relaxing escape from the hustle of downtown Austin, which is just a 30 minute commute.
Bee Cave offers a serene Hill Country lifestyle. At the heart of the community is the Hill Country Galleria on Highway 71, home to some of the best shopping that the Hill Country has to offer. Set outside, the hot-spot is 152 acres of shopping, dining and entertainment venues. Spend an hour, or an entire day, at the Galleria to unwind and practice a little retail therapy. Enjoy the movie theater, Whole Foods, and many restaurant choices such as the County Line BBQ on the lake that is nearby.
Although Bee Cave is a small town, it never fails to serve up big experiences. As you drive west towards Bee Cave, you’ll notice the stunning views of the surrounding Hill Country. Plenty of parks and golf courses are laid out to make the most of the landscape, so be sure to stop by Hill Country Golf & Guitar for a show and a round or two of mini-golf, or Falconhead Golf Club to swing away at one of the best courses in the area. If you want to enjoy the more artistic side of the town, take a stroll around Bee Cave Sculpture Park. The park expands over 7 acres of gorgeous Hill Country terrain showcasing both permanent and seasonal sculptures. A children's playarium, a pond, expansive oak trees and numerous wildlife run-ins makes this sculpture garden a must-try. If want to experience the Hill Country, but don’t want to miss out on Austin's live music scene, stop by the One World Theatre for dinner and a show. Wanting more of a concert feel? The Backyard Live Oak Amphitheater is best known for its intimate, natural setting and has hosted names such as Bob Dylan, David Bowie and Willie Nelson. Catch an outdoor concert here to get your music fix. Bee Cave Central Park, Hamilton Pool, Austin Zoo and the Barton Creek Preserve are other destinations for nature lovers.
The friendly residents, safe neighborhoods, many amenities and shopping make Bee Cave a great place for families. There are a lot of family activities throughout the year and a lot of Texas and American pride events. Access to work or the airport is easy. Bee Cave has its own excellent library as well.
Students in the Bee Cave area are served by the Eanes or Lake Travis ISD schools such as Lake Pointe Elementary, Bee Cave Elementary, Lake Travis Middle School and Lake Travis High School. This ‘destination district’ is known for top-notch academics, as well as home to the six-time State Football Champs.