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As you may know, Texas is a big state. So it’s not a surprise when learning about astonishing attributes of this intriguing part of the U.S. In fact, the Lone Star State houses one of the most beautiful national parks in America – Big Bend. Joining the park are a list of sparkling lakes, that sometimes are so pristine that they can appear blue. With all of that water, it was easy to find these fantastic lake homes in Texas.
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Another unique structure, this “ treehouse”, is not some rustic abode. Everything inside is luxurious, from the open concept kitchen to the modern decor. The views of Lake Travis are breathtaking, and the facilities are downright dreamy. The pool almost seems like it is nestled in a cave, and also has great glimpses of the water.
Somewhat basic, but with an ultra-cozy feel, the little lodge is optimal for families. Outside, is plenty of recreational space, from a picnic table to a fire pit. The lake is stocked regularly for catch and release fishing, and other wildlife roams about the property.
Classic condominium-style gets a slightly modernistic touch, with plenty of bright colors, an airy welcoming kitchen and open living space. Two favorite places to view the water from would likely be the bedroom or the patio. Breathe in that fresh air.
Welcome to the most snug camper on the lake. Wooden cabinetry, and inviting design welcome guests into the classic portable lodging vessel. But we are also loving the surrounding spaces. From a covered eating area to dockside relaxation, guests will enjoy the outdoors to the fullest. Kayak the lake during the day, and stargaze at night.
Canyon Lake Guest House glows with contemporary appeal. Cozy up in the loft, or just hang out on the patio. A grill is there to cook up some hamburgers, then guests can either retreat to the lake or ride 8 miles down the road to the Guadalupe River.
Have you ever wanted to ride in a sleeping car on a train, while gazing out at unparalleled scenery? Well, you can do that in Texas, while being able to stay in the same beautiful spot the whole time. Located on Lake Limestone, is a 1920s caboose that has been renovated and upgraded to accommodate up to 5 guests comfortably. All aboard!
Feeling the log cabin life calling you? Well in Flint, Texas, is this precious dwelling that is a cross between a log structure and a chalet. A super cute small kitchen, and various nooks to snuggle up in await. From the porch, guests will be able to drink in the lake views.
Rustic log cabins aren’t for everyone, and we get it. Sometimes, on vacation, we want to feel pampered. Thus we bring you this lavish condominium with all the extras. Interiors are nothing short of luxurious, and on the property are places to swim, wildlife, and a heart-pounding zip line.
Even more high end minded folks will appreciate the old-fashioned appeal of this classic cabin. Feel like you’ve transported to Little House on the Prairie life, while still having all of the essentials. The wooden attributes and features add an endearment that’s hard to put into words. Paddleboat on the lake, or just retreat with a hot cup of cocoa on the porch.
How about a no-fuss home that is optimal for families, and has direct lake access? That’s what you get here. Everything inside the home is clean-cut, with a polished look. All of those little things that might be important to those vacationing to the lake are there— an easy dock to walk down, a fish cleaning station, and a fire pit.
Texas’ bigger lakes with lots of traffic are the first places that come to mind when looking for a Lakehouse, right? Well, this serene escape is nestled against the shores of its own private body of water. With cottage aesthetics, it’s easy to feel at home, and guests will truly be able to disconnect.
Come stay in an igloo at the lake! Yes, you read that right. The interesting shapes in this home are totally unique, making for the perfect vacation getaway. The kids will be intrigued, as will you. Built in the 1970s, the home has garnered a lot of attention over the years. Come enjoy the out-of-the-box structure, while casting a line from the dock.