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A Friendly and Nature loving Community

Organized and Developed Housing Community with Property Owner Association Management

La Reata Ranch

Wooded Housing Community in Smithville, Texas

Welcome to La Reata Ranch, a growing community of approximately 128 homes. We are situated on heavily wooded lots, which were once part of a 1,000 + acre ranch.

We’re glad you’ve joined us. We hope you find the information on this page useful.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the information contained below, please contact our board of directors. We are here to facilitate your transition to La Reata.

Architectural Control Committee

The Board of Directors appoints the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) to assist residents and contractors who are building new homes or adding structures to their properties. The goal of the ACC is to ensure new planned construction meets the requirements of the CCR’s. Should you require their assistance, please reference our contact page.

La Reata Ranch

Property Owners Association

The Board of Directors has several other volunteer committees to provide additional points of view and consistency in the management of the POA. Since the POA membership can change every year, these committees are essential in the smooth transition of leadership and separation of authority. Charters that explain each committee's purpose and deliverables are located under the “Organization Tab/Board of Directors/Board of Directors and Committees.

Please advise the board of any change to your mailing address or contact information by email or via regular mail @ 107 La Reata Trail, Smithville, Texas 78957

About La Reata Ranch

La Reata Ranch was developed by Bluegreen Properties of the Southwest in 1999, creating a platted subdivision out of approximately 1,000 acres of a former ranch. Located about 15 minutes from Bastrop or Smithville on State Highway 304, the subdivision features 192 rolling, mostly-wooded lots, including oak, pine, cedar, and many other species of plants and trees. Some lots include creeks or meadows.

Board of Directors & Committees

Our Board of Directors is elected annually and is comprised of three individuals, the president, vice president, and secretary/treasurer. They can be reached at the website contact page should you need any assistance.

Frequently Asked Questions

Submit an email to the BOD, listing your name, lot number, address, and other contact information.

Contact the architectural control committee for how to get started.

Smithville Independent School District.

Bastrop County.

Smithville.