Learn more about the Ladera neighborhood in Bee Cave

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Ladera is a neighborhood located in Bee Cave between Hwy. 71 and RM 620. (Grace Dickens/Community Impact Newspaper)

Ladera is a neighborhood located in Bee Cave between Hwy. 71 and RM 620. (Grace Dickens/Community Impact Newspaper)

Ladera, also known as Ladera Ranch, is located between Hwy. 71 and RM 620 in Bee Cave. Overlooking part of the Falconhead Golf Club, the neighborhood has modern homes of various sizes and styles as well as views of the Hill Country. Ladera is about 19 miles from downtown Austin and 25 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.

Neighborhood snapshot

  • Median home value: $730,000

  • Homes on the market*: 0

  • Homes under contract*: 0

  • Median annual property taxes: $9,616

  • Median price per square foot: $295

  • Average days on the market*: 4

  • Build-out year: 2015

  • Builders include: Taylor Morrison

  • Square footage: 1,846-4,630

  • Home values: $538,000-$933,000

  • HOA dues: Approx. $600 annually


*As of Jan. 7

Schools

Lake Travis ISD

  • Elementary school: Lake Pointe

  • Middle school: Bee Cave, Lake Travis

  • High school: Lake Travis


Property tax rates (in dollars)


  • Travis County: $0.357365

  • Lake Travis ISD: $1.230100

  • Travis County Healthcare District: $0.111814

  • Travis County ESD No. 6: $0.100000

  • City of Bee Cave: $0.020000

  • Total (per $100 valuation) %: $1.819279


Amenities

Those interested in golf have access to the Falconhead Golf Club with its PGA-approved courses, clubhouse and practice facility. The neighborhood is close to the Hill Country Galleria for shopping and dining, and residents can visit nearby Lake Travis for a weekend on the lake. Additional outdoor activities include Hamilton Pool with its 50-foot waterfall and maze of hiking trails as well as nearby Bee Cave Central Park.


Neighborhood data provided by Tom Thornton, Realty Austin Associated Broker. 512-593-8961. [email protected]
By Grace Dickens

Reporter, Lake Travis/Westlake

Grace is the Lake Travis/Westlake reporter for education and city government. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in October 2021 after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with degrees in journalism and geography.