Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake LBJ Real Estate Agent

Kerri Luke

Lake Homes Realty

(830) 423-5363

Kerri is a native of The Highland Lakes Area (The HLA) and a graduate of Burnet High School, who began her Real Estate career in 2000. When she was ten years old, Kerri's father bought a boat, and she spent weekends out on The Highland Lakes with our family and friends. After graduating from Burnet High School, Kerri completed her studies at Central Texas College and spent over ten years traveling to many other states acquiring a background in construction and development. In 2000, she decided to move back to Central Texas and pursue a new real estate career. Kerri's diverse property sales experience includes residential, waterfront, farm and ranch, commercial and new development, and property management experience and leasing on single-family and multi-family properties. Over the last 40 years, Kerri has made more memories than she can count on the Highland Lakes. Nobody knows this area and the local market better than Kerri Luke!


Kerri Luke is a real estate agent with Lake Homes Realty, a multi-state real estate brokerage and a large number of Multiple Listing Services (MLS). She specializes in property on the Highland Lakes in Central Texas (Lake LBJ, Lake Buchanan, Lake Marble Falls, and Inks Lake). Whether you're buying or selling your lake home or property, you can turn to Kerri Luke for reliable service and expertise on lake real estate.


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About Lake LBJ

The Lake Formerly Known as Granite Shoals

Lake Lyndon B. Johnson, commonly referred to as Lake LBJ, is part of the Highland Lakes chain in Central Texas.


Local municipalities include Marble Falls and Kingsland, with Austin located less than one hour away.


Constant Water Level Year Round

Formed in 1950 by damming the Colorado River, the primary function of LBJ was originally to provide hydroelectric power.


Now, the lake is also used as cooling water for the Thomas Ferguson Power Plant, which means the lake level must stay constant year round. The lake covers over 6,200 acres and reaches up to 90 feet deep.


Something for Everyone

Common recreational activities on the lake include boating, skiing, swimming, and fishing. LBJ is stocked with typical sport fish including largemouth bass, white bass, crappie, and catfish.


There are three public boat ramps and several marinas located at various points on the lake.


There are several highly rated golf courses in the area, as well as many other attractions within 50 miles, including wineries, shopping, state parks, and more.


Home to the 4th of July Aqua Boom

First held in 1969, Lake LBJ is home to the annual Aqua Boom 4th of July event. This event includes parades, pageants, fireworks, a poker run, and much more.


Lake Living at Its Finest

Come to Lake LBJ and experience some of the best living that Texas has to offer!