Lake Paloma real estate is a tight inventory market for lake homes and land in Texas.
There are typically around 20 lake homes for sale on Lake Paloma, and 10 lots and land listings available. Lake Paloma homes for sale have an average list price of $1,265,000.
The Residents of Lake Paloma are part of Round Rock, a fast-growing city that was ranked number two on the “List of Best Places to Live in the United States” by Money.
Round Rock is the ideal location for a family that wants life on the lake because it is home to two award-winning school systems.
Austin, Texas is about a 30 minute drive from Lake Paloma. There you can enjoy many activities such as a variety of restaurants, shopping outlets, entertainment venues.
The beautiful 47-acre Lake Paloma is centered around the Lake Paloma Community.
Big-name builders like Ashton Woods, Grand Haven, Willshire, Standard Pacific, Pulte, and David Weekly are still building houses in this prestigious community.
The lake is home to a large fishing dock that is used by its residents and the Lake Paloma Fish Camp.
Around the lake, there are hiking trails that offer views of the lake and sightings of the community’s favorite guest, the purple martins. The city has a Purple Martin Habitat, where many of the birds chose to nest.
Within the community, there is a swimming pool, a splash park, and a few different playgrounds.
Just beside Lake Paloma is the Round Rock Premium Outlets that have great deals at brand-name stores.
The Old Settler’s Park of Round Rock covers 645 acres and has over three miles of hiking.
An exciting outing to the Dell Diamond Baseball Stadium, home of the Round Rock Express, you can watch the minor league, Round Rock Express play baseball.
In Austin, the nightlife is astounding; live music is around every corner, along with great eats.
The value of a property will only go up in this outstanding community next to the well-known cities, Round Rock and Austin, where the communities keep growing.
Anyone would be fortunate to claim a piece of this community where lake life can be enjoyed with the benefits of large nearby cities.