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Luxury Lakeview Home w/ Beach, Boat, & Park Access

Entire house hosted by Joslyn Priddy & Cozi
12 guests3 bedrooms7 beds2 bathrooms
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This luxurious & modern lake view home boasts all the resort-style amenities that are ideal for families, large groups, & lake going weekend warriors! This stunning home is located in the Point Venture Resort-Style Community of Lago Vista on Lake Travis. In this community, you’ll have exclusive access to the beach, marina w/boat dock/ramps/rentals, 9-hole golf course&driving range, tennis courts, parks, & floating restaurant&bar, “Gnarly Gar,” offering great food&live music!

The space
This home is a true gem! Stunning lake views, with plenty of space for you, your family, friends, and loved ones. The home boasts three bedrooms and two luxurious bathrooms, while also offering great outdoor space with a deck and a huge background for fun activities like cornhole or horseshoes! The deck also includes an a two-burner gas weber grill, perfect for cook-outs and grilling after a long day on the lake.

Guest access
You'll have access to the entire private rental.

The boat in the pictures is not for rent but there is a boat rental business directly behind the house in the marina with the boats already in the water. The business name is Liquid Thrillz. The Point Venture dock is intended to dock the boat and preparing it to be taken back to the property where there will be plenty of space in the garage area. Boats are not allowed to be left on the dock.

Guests will also have access to the Tennis Courts, Beach, Marina with Boat Ramps, Parks, and Playgrounds throughout the community.

The 9-hole golf course has a great driving range and is a great and fun challenging course. You will have to pay to play here, or for balls at the driving range, as the course is not included for folks renting and there only discounts for direct owners of the property.

Other things to note
*In lieu of a damage security deposit, where most companies charge and over $500, and where you as the guest risk these companies not returning your damage deposit, Cozi does it differently by charging a one-time non-refundable $49 fee which provides up to $5000 of coverage towards unintentional rental property damages (subject to plan terms and conditions) that could occur during you and your guests stay. Plan terms and conditions will be provided to all guest reservations after the time of booking. Any charges owed by Guest may be charged by Cozi to Guest’s card on file in addition to seeking any relief provided by law.
This luxurious & modern lake view home boasts all the resort-style amenities that are ideal for families, large groups, & lake going weekend warriors! This stunning home is located in the Point Venture Resort-Style Community of Lago Vista on Lake Travis. In this community, you’ll have exclusive access to the beach, marina w/boat dock/ramps/rentals, 9-hole golf course&driving range, tennis courts, parks, & floating re… read more

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Bedroom 3
4 single beds
Common spaces
1 double bed, 1 sofa

Amenities

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Cable TV
Iron
Dryer
Hangers
TV
Washing machine
Dedicated workspace

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Lago Vista, Texas, United States

Life in Point Venture in 2020 is truly a holiday everyday! New homes are going up throughout the village, more young families are moving in, bringing a vibrancy to the community. Point Venture definitely looks prosperous. While the lake level is near historic lows, Point Venture boaters can still get to their boats in the marina and the “island” beach at the park rivals some Florida shores. Approximately 830 people live here, though not all permanently. There are still many undeveloped, wooded lots scattered about, but the community now looks more like, well, a community. Neighbors still help each other, volunteers pick up litter and help build community structures such as the new fire station. Golf carts are the preferred means of transportation around the village, though new safety regulations became necessary as people became a tad reckless with the seemingly innocuous vehicles. Golf reigns as the most popular activity with boating, tennis and bridge following closely. Point Venture attracts reclusive residents who want to enjoy the silence of north shore living and others who cherish the camaraderie of like spirits who make this lovely place their home. Everyone looks forward to the July 4th parade and celebration, delights in the sparkling Christmas lights in the village, and children run to the park on Easter weekend to hunt eggs and see the Easter Bunny. On any given weekend and holiday you’ll find families in the park, under the gazebo and at the scattered picnic tables making memories. Grandparents make a ritual of driving their grandchildren in the golf cart to the fantastic playscape at the park. Many children believe the wooded trails threading the park take them through a magical forest where they can discover treasures. But for many of the newer residents who found Point Venture serendipitously, perhaps the best way to understand the attraction of this point in the lake is to engage in conversation some of the earliest property owners who still live here. When you find one, listen. You can still hear the combo playing, the cocktail glasses clinking in the lounge, see the spray from the skiers pulled by vintage Chris Craft and Century boats, marvel at the dark skies filled with stars, feel the summer breezes rustle through the cedars. Little did Canfield and Cummings know when they bought these 989.07 acres in 1969, but they made magic.

The Story of Point Venture...
With so much natural beauty and abundant recreational opportunities in Point Venture, it’s possible to miss the hints of history that peek from rocky cliffs and surface near the lakeshore. Some of us discover remnants of previous inhabitants while building our houses when excavation unearths Indian arrowheads and fossilized sea creatures. Others find hand-built rock walls when the lake recedes, suggesting someone ranched the land that is now the bottom of Lake Travis. Street signs on the way to our village post unusual names and geographical references. Yet, in our eagerness to relish all that is Point Venture, rarely do we think about who lived on our peninsula before it was called Point Venture, or why they settled there. We like to think we were the first to discover our little bit of paradise. Some, however, have wondered, and as a result, several books have been published on the history of the North Shore. This project grew out of an interest by one fairly recent Point Venture resident, who so loved the area that he became curious as to why and how it came to attract residents from across the nation, and even from foreign countries. Roy Ables and his wife, Pat, moved to Point Venture from Arlington, Texas, in 2005. A genealogist and local history buff, Roy had already written the history of the small Texas town where he grew up. Shortly after settling in Point Venture, he began researching the early development of this area. I joined him in his research, and with the invaluable assistance of and interviews with local historians and many of the area’s first residents, we soon collected enough information to compile this modest collection on the history of Point Venture. Because my interest was piqued early by the discovery of an arrowhead on our property and by the numerous sea fossils surrounding our house, I wanted to learn more about the geological features of this area and about the Indians and early pioneers on the north side of the Colorado River. We had much available to read on those subjects because previous north shore historians had researched and written extensively on those topics. Consequently, we decided to guide you to those references and instead concentrate our efforts on the early development of our community, touching only lightly on life before Lake Travis came to be. A fascinating work on the geological phenomena of our area is in Lago Vista, Its Story and Its People, co-edited by Bruce Vernier and JoAnn Siefken, with a terrific forward by Phil Mundt. The fairly recent publication, The North Shore of Lake Travis, is expertly written and assembled by the North Shore Heritage and Cultural Society. Another book filled with anecdotes is Nameless, Its History and Its People by Genny Kercheville. All of these publications can be found in the Lago Vista Public Library. But, here are some hints of what you’ll find in these books: Dinosaur tracks in and around Cow Creek; Discovery of an ancient Indian burial site in Pace Bend; Evidence that Tonkawa, Lipan, Apache, Comanche and Kiowa hunted and fought along the Colorado River; Stories of the first North Shore settlers who came in 1831 when Stephen F. Austin issued grants to 800 families to form the “Upper Colony”; First settlers included Noah Smithwick, John Henry Lohmann, Samuel and Ed Pearson, Caleb and Thomas Sylvester and James Carlton — names we see on those street signs; Photos of meteorites discovered on the 22,000 acre Sunset Ranch, and much, much, more.
Life in Point Venture in 2020 is truly a holiday everyday! New homes are going up throughout the village, more young families are moving in, bringing a vibrancy to the community. Point Venture definitely looks…

Hosted by Joslyn Priddy & Cozi

Joined in February 2015
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My name is Joslyn and I am the owner of the property. My managing company is a 5-star luxury vacation rental service provider, Cozi Vacation Rentals. Cozi will be your main point of contact throughout your stay, and they are available for anything you need 24/7!
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