Waterfront Property Announced By Eliot Harris, Marble Falls, Horseshoe Bay, Granite Shoals, Sunrise Beach, Spicewood, Highland Haven, Kingsland and More Available Now

Eliot Harris is continuing his real estate campaign in the counties of Burnet and Llano by offering waterfront property in Marble Falls, Horseshoe Bay, Granite Shoals, Sunrise Beach, Spicewood, Highland Haven, Kingsland and other places. These properties are expected to be in high demand by buyers looking to relocate to a quiet and peaceful area known for its abundance of recreational opportunities.

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Eliot Harris, Marble Falls Real Estate

Eliot Harris, Marble Falls Real Estate

Marble Falls, Texas (PRWEB) March 05, 2014

Eliot Harris has announced the availability of countless waterfront properties within the counties of Burnet and Llano. These properties are available immediately as a part of Harris’ real estate campaign, which is currently taking place in the area.

Though there are several appealing commonalities – quiet waterfront views with plenty of recreation opportunities – each area and each property within that area has its own unique charm. The varied nature of these properties, along with the value they offer, makes for an excellent real estate opportunity for those looking to relocate to a peaceful area with historic charm.

Among the many opportunities available to prospective home buyers, Marble Falls waterfront property offers exquisite views of a city known for its inspiring history. Owners of Marble Falls lakefront property will be able to boast that they have moved to a city that was the first to elect a female mayor, an election that occurred three years before women were even able to vote.

Horseshoe Bay offers its own unique and interesting opportunities as well. Known for its many recreational opportunities that include golf, water sports and fishing, Horseshoe Bay waterfront property will place prospective home buyers in the ideal location for any recreational activity imaginable. Lake LBJ occupies a great deal of space within the city, leaving plenty of Horseshoe Bay waterfront property available through Harris’ campaign.

Also available through Harris’ real estate campaign is the in-demand Granite Shoals waterfront property. Located on the eastern shore of Lake LBJ, Eliot Harris expects the Granite Shoals waterfront property to be among the most popular real estate locations during the campaign.

Among the smaller towns with property available, Sunrise Beach waterfront property may give home buyers an opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a burgeoning community. With plenty of activities for residents and a wealth of prime Sunrise Beach lakefront property available, this community may be among the best values available anywhere.

The city of Spicewood, which is fairly close to the capital of Austin, may have been one of the most difficult cities for Harris to secure real estate properties. Many of the residents will claim direct lineage to the original settlers of the city. The history of the town certainly contributes to the beauty of any Spicewood home for sale, as many echoes of the nineteenth century still remain.

The small city of Highland Haven is the ideal community for home buyers looking to relocate to a quiet lake community. Highland Haven waterfront property should be particularly popular during Harris’ campaign, as the growing community is ideally suited for people looking for varied waterfront activities to enjoy.

There are a number of notable attractions that should draw prospective home buyers to the Kingsland riverfront property made available through Harris’ real estate campaign. Kingsland is home to a historic railroad resort known as the Antlers Hotel, which features Victorian-style architecture from the early 1900’s. Though many tourists are drawn there by the city’s history, it seems likely that the real estate campaign will bring attention to the clear value available through Kingsland waterfront property.


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