Serene country living, with big trees and live water, on generous parcels 6 miles north of downtown Liberty Hill and just 40 minutes to Austin.

LIVE LUXURIOUSLY ON THE LAND

Gated and paved access brings you to your land and down to earth. Stone Gate on the Water’s riverfront and creek-side parcels start with water and add rolling landscapes, huge trees, open pastures, and a big sky. It’s a world away from city life yet close enough for conveniences we love. Like shopping, dining, and gathering in Liberty Hill, in one of the fastest growing areas in greater metropolitan Austin. Grow your family here, where Williamson County schools are top rated; cultivate your ranchette with garden food crops or an orchard; and allow your horses room to roam through plush native grasses. Find life how you like it when you get home, at Stone Gate on the Waters.

EASE TAXES WITH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

Landowners can reduce their property taxes when they choose to participate in the wildlife management program at Stone Gate on the Waters. The program supports the conservation and development of wildlife habitat for indigenous animals such as wild turkey, mourning dove, songbirds, quail, rabbits, and whitetail deer. The responsibilities include conducting three of the seven following activities annually for the wildlife: habitat, erosion, or predator control; providing supplemental supplies of water, food, or shelter; and making census counts to determine population. Landowners work with Plateau Land and Wildlife Management and typically pay property taxes on only 1 acre plus their home, a huge savings for these 12.6-acre to 18-acre lots.

GET OUTSIDE TO GET INTO IT

Life on the waters is where it’s at, where it’s hot—in Texas. That means swimming, floating, stand-up paddling, and Marco Polo. Grab your kayak and splash in. Each Stone Gate on the Waters property has fresh, clear water frontage of varying character, with moving water, springs and small falls, deep holes and quiet rock-bottomed pools. Cannonball from rock ledges, or wade in the shallows. Children are always happiest in water. On shore, play fetch, watch wildlife, ride horseback, and set a campfire to take you into the evening for stargazing and moon watching. You’ll remember why communing with nature is good for the soul.

Serene country living, with big trees and live water, on generous parcels 6 miles north of downtown Liberty Hill and just 40 minutes to Austin.

LIVE LUXURIOUSLY ON THE LAND

Gated and paved access brings you to your land and down to earth. Stone Gate on the Water’s riverfront and creek-side parcels start with water and add rolling landscapes, huge trees, open pastures, and a big sky. It’s a world away from city life yet close enough for conveniences we love. Like shopping, dining, and gathering in Liberty Hill, in one of the fastest growing areas in greater metropolitan Austin. Grow your family here, where Williamson County schools are top rated; cultivate your ranchette with garden food crops or an orchard; and allow your horses room to roam through plush native grasses. Find life how you like it when you get home, at Stone Gate on the Waters.

EASE TAXES WITH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

Landowners can reduce their property taxes when they choose to participate in the wildlife management program at Stone Gate on the Waters. The program supports the conservation and development of wildlife habitat for indigenous animals such as wild turkey, mourning dove, songbirds, quail, rabbits, and whitetail deer. The responsibilities include conducting three of the seven following activities annually for the wildlife: habitat, erosion, or predator control; providing supplemental supplies of water, food, or shelter; and making census counts to determine population. Landowners work with Plateau Land and Wildlife Management and typically pay property taxes on only 1 acre plus their home, a huge savings for these 12.6-acre to 18-acre lots.

GET OUTSIDE TO GET INTO IT

Life on the waters is where it’s at, where it’s hot—in Texas. That means swimming, floating, stand-up paddling, and Marco Polo. Grab your kayak and splash in. Each Stone Gate on the Waters property has fresh, clear water frontage of varying character, with moving water, springs and small falls, deep holes and quiet rock-bottomed pools. Cannonball from rock ledges, or wade in the shallows. Children are always happiest in water. On shore, play fetch, watch wildlife, ride horseback, and set a campfire to take you into the evening for stargazing and moon watching. You’ll remember why communing with nature is good for the soul.

Serene country living, with big trees and live water, on generous parcels 6 miles north of downtown Liberty Hill and just 40 minutes to Austin.

LIVE LUXURIOUSLY ON THE LAND

Gated and paved access brings you to your land and down to earth. Stone Gate on the Water’s riverfront and creek-side parcels start with water and add rolling landscapes, huge trees, open pastures, and a big sky. It’s a world away from city life yet close enough for conveniences we love. Like shopping, dining, and gathering in Liberty Hill, in one of the fastest growing areas in greater metropolitan Austin. Grow your family here, where Williamson County schools are top rated; cultivate your ranchette with garden food crops or an orchard; and allow your horses room to roam through plush native grasses. Find life how you like it when you get home, at Stone Gate on the Waters.

EASE TAXES WITH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

Landowners can reduce their property taxes when they choose to participate in the wildlife management program at Stone Gate on the Waters. The program supports the conservation and development of wildlife habitat for indigenous animals such as wild turkey, mourning dove, songbirds, quail, rabbits, and whitetail deer. The responsibilities include conducting three of the seven following activities annually for the wildlife: habitat, erosion, or predator control; providing supplemental supplies of water, food, or shelter; and making census counts to determine population. Landowners work with Plateau Land and Wildlife Management and typically pay property taxes on only 1 acre plus their home, a huge savings for these 12.6-acre to 18-acre lots.

GET OUTSIDE TO GET INTO IT

Life on the waters is where it’s at, where it’s hot—in Texas. That means swimming, floating, stand-up paddling, and Marco Polo. Grab your kayak and splash in. Each Stone Gate on the Waters property has fresh, clear water frontage of varying character, with moving water, springs and small falls, deep holes and quiet rock-bottomed pools. Cannonball from rock ledges, or wade in the shallows. Children are always happiest in water. On shore, play fetch, watch wildlife, ride horseback, and set a campfire to take you into the evening for stargazing and moon watching. You’ll remember why communing with nature is good for the soul.