Homes for Sale in Bee Cave TX & Community Information

Homes for Sale in Bee Cave TX & Community Information

If you're looking to relocate to Austin Texas, Bee Cave TX real estate market has diverse offerings for such a small population.  Call Rebecca Shahan today!

Many years ago, the area twelve miles west of Austin, Texas attracted wild bees, while today the area attracts the affluent to the small town of Bee Cave, Texas. Named after a cave filled with the honey-laden insects, which was discovered by early settlers in the region, the area has grown into a decidedly white-collar community with ties to the larger Austin City metro complex. For those looking to relocate in the Austin area, Bee Cave, Texas real estate market has diverse offerings for such a small population.

Shopping and Dining

The shopping in Bee Cave, Texas is great and the dining experience is even better. Locals congregate at Hill Country Galleria, which is anchored by such national stalwarts as Dillard’s, Whole Foods Market and Barnes and Nobel. Beyond these national chains, shoppers can avail themselves of the wares of a variety of specialty and boutique shops.

For those who are feeling peckish while they’re out and about shopping, the area has some excellent eateries to satisfy those hunger pains. Located next to Dillard’s, Café Blue is serving up contemporary coastal fare amid a modern West Indies setting to the delight of its patrons, and for those hankering for a taste of continental pastries they are invited to Baguette ET Chocolat for fine Parisian baked goods. Other notable restaurants include Verde's Mexican Parrilla, Tony C's Coal Fired Pizza, Mandola's Italian Market, All Star Burgers, Los Pinos Mexican and Schmidt Family Barbecue.

Living

Residents have a number of distinct neighborhoods to choose from when they chose to explore the Bee Cave, Texas real estate market: Uplands, Spanish Oaks, Bella Colinas, Falconhead, Ash Creek, The Grove, Wildwood and Homestead. With median housing prices of $495,868, 330,579 and $647,542, respectively, the Bee Cave, Texas real estate market is one of the pricier options in the Lone Star State. Since a population influx began in the 1990s, much of the housing stock in the city is of relatively recent construction.

With nine out of ten residents employed in a professional capacity, Bee Cave is decidedly above the national norm when it comes to a white-collar community. Additionally, an impressive amount of the city’s denizens telecommute on a daily basis.

Parks and Recreation

Bee Cave, Texas hosts a robust parks and recreation department, which offers vibrant community programs year round for the city’s residents. Whether it is a special musical or a baseball game at City Park, access to local outdoor and program amenities are readily available for all who wish to participate. For those seeking to tread more unrefined grounds, nearby Lake Travis offers a bevy of outdoor activities, from fishing and boating to camping and hiking.

Schools, Healthcare, Transportation

Education is highly valued in Bee Cave, Texas and it shows within the public school sector. As part of the Lake Travis ISD, Bee Cave Elementary School is a highly sought educational institution that places the education of the children as its top goal. They establish high expectations regarding academic and attitude standards, and then give the students the tools they need to meet those expectations.

Being such a small town, Bee Cave doesn’t have a public transportation system and nearly all residents rely on a private automobile to get themselves from Point A to Point B. That being said, commute times are not particularly arduous because nearly 10% of the work force telecommutes.

For those seeking health care in the Bee Cave, Texas real estate market, the St. David’s Emergency Center has its doors open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Operated as aide to the St. David’s South Austin Medical Center, the Bee Cave facility is ready to provide outpatient services at any time.

 

If you are thinking about buying or selling a home, give us a call at (512) 261-4422 or send us an email to explore your options and to find out when is the best time for you to make a move.