The Enclave at Barton Creek Lakeside, 1837 Art Adams Way in Spicewood, is an exclusive, 10-acre development situated among popular country clubs, including Barton Creek Lakeside, Lakecliff Country Club, and the Marina at Barton Creek. Staff photo by Nathan Bush
“Our basic finishes and applicants are all high-end,” said Michael McDonald of Toscana Homes and Properties in a media release. “We wanted to avoid putting buyers in the situation of having to deal with upgrades and higher costs to get the quality they expect in a new home.”
Designed with a modern lifestyle in mind, each custom garden home offers tile or metal roofs, stone or stucco exteriors, energy-efficient spray-foam insulation, smart home features, open floor plans, and customizable room sizes. Floor plans start at 2,180 square-feet.
Property owner dues pay for services such as lawn care, fiber-optic internet, propane, and trash collection. Memberships for nearby country clubs, including Barton Creek Country Club Lakeside, Lakecliff Country Club, and the Marina at Barton Creek, are available to residents.
Close to Lake Travis, the conservation of water and energy is a priority for builders.
“That’s one reason we’ve chosen high-efficiency insulation, HVAC systems and appliances, along with high-efficiency plumbing fixtures and ‘water-wise’ landscaping that decreases the water requirements of each home,” said Terry Neiman of Neiman-Foster Homes and Construction in a media release.