Just off Loop 360, you will notice a stone wall and sign welcoming you to the neighborhood that is Lost Creek – a community tucked back in the hills right along the Greenbelt and the shores of Barton Creek. Its old, sturdy trees, steep, windy hills, and relaxed golf course will make you feel like you are miles from the city, even though everything you need is within arm’s reach. With Barton Creek Mall minutes away off of Loop 360, and the Village at Westlake practically across the street, Lost Creek residents enjoy their peaceful, secluded, retreat-like living without sacrificing any conveniences.
An active neighborhood association not only keeps the neighborhood connected, it also keeps it neat, safe, efficient, and fun, with events such as Garden Club gatherings, safety updates, and community forums. The award-winning Eanes School District attracts many families to Lost Creek – those who are new to the area and are just beginning, and those who have been there since Lost Creek was established and are now enjoying an empty nest.
When it’s time to rest or enjoy time with the family, many residents head to Lost Creek Country Club. Some may be found playing 18 holes at its newly renovated golf course, playing doubles on one of its16 tennis courts, getting their evening work-out in the state-of-the-art fitness facility, or simply taking a dip with the kids in one of the club’s three swimming pools. You won’t find cookie cutter homes in this sub-division either. Instead, you’ll see well-maintained homes of all styles and sizes - from a Mediterranean Villa with bouganvilla-filled trellises, to a sprawling ranch style home surrounded by solid oak trees.
Lost Creek Neighborhood Website and harcopy newsletter available
The Village at Westlake, Barton Creek Mall, Hangtown Grill, La Madeleine, Tres Amigos, The Grove, Zuzu’s
Boulder Trail Park
Wild Basin Preserve
Forest Trail Elementary
West Ridge Middle