Lake Austin is a steady level lake that breezes its way down from Lake Travis at Mansfield Dam to Lady Bird Lake at the Tom Miller Dam. Its appearance more clearly reviews a waterway than a lake as it is entirely of the Colorado River's Highland Lakes framework, shaped in the 1940s for electrical power age, surge control and diversion. Anglers appreciate getting largemouth bass in Lake Austin's waters (which is typically after dim in the mid year since daytime sculling action on Lake Austin is critical in the hotter months). Paddling, kayaking and paddling are additionally well known on the lake, however on account of its water source from the base of Lake Travis, Lake Austin is cold to the point that in the event that you are in the water, a wetsuit is likely all together. Lake Austin waterfront homes extend from unobtrusive three room homes to noteworthy nine room homes. With its long, meandering way from Hwy 620 through Westlake Hills to Redbud Trail, there is certain to be a Lake Austin home with a speedy drive to downtown, yet the cost of Lake Austin waterfront is sure to give delay. Lake Austin homes available to be purchased extend in cost from $250K to over $1M. Closeness and access to Lake Austin makes the request high for these homes. As of September 2013, the last tract of undeveloped land was put available, which implies purchasers can hope to see new Lake Austin parcels and homes just toward the west of the Pennybacker Bridge.