Waterways

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The unveiling of an old Texas style horse barn transormed into a game and entertainment center Campbell, Mikayla and Madison sing a tune with Pauline Reese

Paul Inbody IV, Paul Inbody III

Steven Parson, Pauline Reese, Vinnie Bean Garbanzo, with the Pauline Reese Band

The Reserve at Lake Travis Unveils New Activity Barn STORY BY BROOKE TOELLER PHOTOS BY PATTI PIESZCHALA Property Manager Harry Adams Jensen Jalufka, Steve Guy, Chris Jalufka

Jerry Conner, Chase Farrell

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HE RESERVE at Lake Travis is nestled on 3.5 miles of deep-water lakefront in Spicewood on the gorgeous South shore of Lake Travis. Pictured here is the grand reveal of the reimagined transformation of an old Texas-style horse barn into a game and entertainment-filled activity barn. This new activity barn is located within The Reserve’s enclave of urbaninspired contemporary farmhouses. Homeowners of the Reserve, and special guests, gathered together to enjoy this latest amenity. All the elements from the original structure have been repurposed, creating the updated and rustic contemporary design. This old horse barn was turned into a luxe game room perfectly suited for relaxing afternoons and recreational adventures with family and friends. Features include: shuffleboard, an outdoor kitchen and BBQ area, reading porch with two fireplaces, ping pong tables, foosball and big screen TV’s. Pauline Reese performed as neighbors gathered to celebrate this wonderful addition to their community.

Mark Carlson, Principal Partner at Cornerstone Architects, Denise Carlson

Kids cool off with a dunk in a cooler full of ice and bottled water!

Harry Adams, Property Manager; Steve Guy, Liz and Mike Brooks, Marina Manager at The Reserve at Lake Travis; Lee and LeighAnn Battle with sons Layne and Westin Jasper Koehan, Jenny Baird

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Traci Moran, Colton Koehn, Jason Moran, Adalyn Moran


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