Rough Hollow neighborhoods continue to grow along Lake Travis

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Legend Communities continues to work on the Rough Hollow neighborhoods, which are now more than 50 percent complete.

The lakeside community that was started 10 years ago has recently grown to 21 neighborhoods. There are currently five sections under development with homes priced from the high $300,000s to $3 million.

The Peninsula at Rough Hollow has a limited number of estate-sized homesites. About 60 percent of the homesites are already sold. At the end of June seven dockable homesites remained, one new construction home was available and two additional concept are were offered. Construction on the guardhouse will begin late this summer and will have a dedicated gate ambassador to service Peninsula residents.

West Side Landing is a lakeside lock-and-leave neighborhood offering community amenities, farmhouse inspired architecture and simple connectivity to Lake Travis. West Side Landing is presently 30 percent sold, leaving 29 of its original 41 homes available.

Development will be completed early this fall and construction on both model and actual homes will start simultaneously.

Lake Ridge is a limited collection of lock-and-leave courtyard homes located on waterfront property near the Hough Hollow Yacht Club & Marina. Developers expect Lake Ridge to see out by the end of the year.

Canyon Pass is the newest Rough Hollow neighborhood, with homes starting in the high $300,000s. Offering smaller greenbelt homesites with family-friendly plans, the neighborhood is in close proximity to the future LTISD elementary school.

The development of the newest residential sections, Highland Terrace, Vista Ridge, Vista Ridge Estates and Arroyo Divide, will be completed in phases from late 2018 to early 2019. The neighborhoods will include elevations reaching 1,100 feet above sea level, some of the highest points in Rough Hollow, and have panoramic views.

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Sally Grace Holtgrieve
Sally Grace Holtgrieve solidified her passion for news during her time as Editor-in-Chief of Christopher Newport University's student newspaper, The Captain's Log. She started her professional career at The Virginia Gazette and moved to Texas in 2015 to cover government and politics at The Temple Daily Telegram. She has been covering the Lake Travis/Westlake area for Community Impact since February 2018.
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