Enchanted Valley is a rural lakeside community in Burnet County, Texas on the Colorodo Arm of Lake LBJ. Since its establishment in 1971, the neighborhood has evolved into a charming blend of old and new ranchettes, country residences, and lakehouses. Enchanted Valley is located on County Road 119 near the intersection of Park Road 4 and FM2342. The subdivision is within a 15 minute drive to Kingsland, Marble Falls, and Burnet.
Many would claim that life is best where land and water meet. Nowhere is this more true than Enchanted Valley! The neighborhood is characterized by dense mature Oaks and Pecan trees to shade us in hot Texas summers. The combination of sparse development and a location with light boat and vehicle traffic result in a very quiet and peaceful setting. No resident would deny that Enchanted Valley is one of the best places in central Texas to take in a sunset, or to gaze at a star-filled night sky!
Enchanted Valley property owners enjoy access to constant level Lake LBJ via private waterfront lots or through the neighborhood association managed waterfront park and boat ramp. Enchanted Valley is between mile markers 18 and 19 on Lake LBJ, on the Burnet County side of the Colorado river arm of the Lake about a mile from Inks Dam. Lake LBJ is one of Central Texas' Highland Lakes between Inks Lake and Lake Marble Falls. Lake LBJ is created by the Wirtz Dam operated by the LCRA. Lake LBJ is a great family Lake offering fantastic hill country views, fishing, swimming, and all manner of watersports.
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