Lost Creek is a safe, quiet, high-end neighborhood with large homes hidden in the trees and forests in west Austin. The neighborhood is known for its good views of the hill country, natural scenery, and peaceful atmosphere. Although there are few restaurants and businesses within the neighborhood, it is very close to the Barton Creek Square Mall. The neighborhood offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation, with parks, walking and bike trails, and its own country club and golf course.
Lost Creek is an established neighborhood of homes surrounded by hills, trees, and green spaces. The neighborhood in fact backs up to the Barton Creek Greenbelt, known for its many miles of hiking and bike trails. The neighborhood itself also has parks and walking trails, offering residents plenty of opportunity to enjoy the outdoors. The Lost Creek Country Club has an 18 hole, par 72 championship golf course, tennis courts, swimming pools, a fitness center, and a full service restaurant.
Although the neighborhood is mostly residential and secluded, it borders Hwy. 360, a major local highway in west Austin. There are a few restaurants and businesses in and near the neighborhood. The Barton Creek Square Mall is just a few minutes’ drive away, and downtown and south Austin are about a 15 minute commute.
With a serene environment, abundant green space and natural beauty,
and distinctive homes in a variety of architectural styles, Lost Creek appeals
to families, seniors, and empty nesters. The population is predominantly Caucasian, in professional or executive occupations, with higher income than average for the city. Residents with children have access to the top-rated Eanes school district.
Views From the Street
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Real Estate and Apartments
Homes in Lost Creek are larger than average, with four bedrooms and 3,500 square feet a typical size. There are a wide range of architectural styles. The majority of homes were built in the 1980s and 90s. Home prices range from $400K to $900K.