Steiner Ranch Community Search Homes for Sale

The Community Layout of Steiner Ranch

Steiner Ranch consists of several different neighborhoods within the community. Pricing on the older resale homes begins in the $250s with new construction starting in the higher $300s. Below highlights the current community relative to new home construction.

The following are custom home neighborhoods in Steiner Ranch that provide world -class views.

The Legends, a collection of just 14 estate homesites along the spectacular 8th and 9th holes of The University of Texas Golf Club. Ranging from one-half to a full acre, these homesites offer sweeping views of the 371-acre championship course and the surrounding Balcones Canyonland Preserve. For privacy, The Legends is secluded behind The UT Golf Club gatehouse.

For gated waterfront living, it doesn't get any better than Bellagio Estates. Each estate homesite offers 200 feet of frontage along beautiful Lake Austin, with promontory views sweeping across the verdant Hill Country. Heavily wooded homesites range from 2.5 to 3.5 acres. Like the best things in life, Bellagio Estates is strictly a limited edition, with only 37 homesites planned for the entire neighborhood. Property owners may choose their own custom builder to create a dream home worthy of its setting in this lakefront paradise.

The Bluffs is a gated area of custom estate homesite from ¾ to 1 1/2 acres located near the end of Quinlan Park Rd. It is just in it's enfancy with a handful of homesites currently under development. If you are interested in building a home in the Bluffs are just want to see lots for sale - please see the Bluffs site map and contact us regarding availability.

Two of the most impressive neighborhoods located within The University of Texas Golf Club, Cliffside & Eagles Glen boast beautiful Hill Country and golf course views. Within this gated neighborhood Randy Rollo Homes, Affinity Homes, Echelon Homes, Drees Custom Homes and Toll Brothers have created an oasis of luxury homes nestled among private cul-de-sacs and mature oak trees.