Youâ€™ll have little trouble finding the four things you describe. I live in 78733. You should check out the â€œCuernavaca â€“ Lake Hillsâ€ area. http://www.lakehillsca.org/
This is not a subdivision, and can not be searched as such, but is an old, established, Lake community with many young families, and Eanes Independent School District, one of the best in the nation. Our social centers are our kidsâ€™ swim team and the C-Bar Volunteer Fire Department. We have one of the largest City of Austin Parks, even though we pay no City taxes. Many non-waterfront lots have deeded access to Lake Austin, a rare historical artifact from when the C-Bar Ranch was cut up into development tracts in the 1950s, when access to the Lake was for watering your horse. (Horses are still allowed in many areas.) Today we are surrounded by Johnny-come-lately $1M+ developments. But our â€˜hood remains diverse, eclectic (not quite Bohemian) and affordable.
If this sounds a bit too liberal for you, we have more conservative neighborhoods served by Eanes, and the (even better in my opinion) Lake Travis ISD. There are many of these planned and more manicured communities, like Lake Way, Senna Hills, Barton Creek Westâ€¦
I specialize in 78733, and all the way back east along the Lake into Metro Austin. This is basically, West, Central and South Austin. I donâ€™t work north or east of US 183. Let me know if I can set up a true MLS search for you. Not a branded or filtered search offered by some sites. You can receive listings instantly by email, or have your own web page to sort, save, delete, rank and comment on your listings.
By the way. Welcome! Youâ€™ve going to love Austin, at ten months of the year. Summers are brutal. But better than two months of winter, which we have practically none of.