Marble Falls, in Burnet County, lies along the edge of Lake Marble Falls, in the Highland Lakes chain. Marble Falls has a city population 7200 and 30,000 people living within a ten mile radius. It is about 45 miles northwest of Austin and 85 miles north of San Antonio, with the heart of it being at the intersection of Highway 1431 and U.S. Highway 281.
Renowned for its scenic beauty, visitors come here for beautiful waterways, lush, rolling hills, and Spring cascades of color with a multitude of wildflowers including our state flower, the bluebonnet.
Lake Marble Falls hosts one of the largest drag boat races in the United States each August. It's also the home of the Bluebonnet Cafe, home of lazy breakfasts and pies that follow you out the door.
Before the dam was built to form Lake Marble Falls on the Colorado River, there were falls of marble giving the name Marble Falls to the city. The falls are now under water and only visible on those rare occasions when the LCRA lowers the lake for repairs.
The median sale price of a home in Marble Falls in 2013 was $135,390.
For more information please visit the city of Marble Falls official website http://www.ci.marble-falls.tx.us/