Indian Lakes

Indian Lakes, also called The Villages of Indian Lakes, is an upscale community located in the southern part of the Bryan/College Station area along Indian Lakes Drive. The subdivision is called Indian Lakes because it is situated around a sizable man-made lake called Lake Arapahoe. As a College Station community, homes in the Indian Lakes are above average on their asking price compared to much of the rest of BCS, but with it comes plenty of community amenities, spacious interiors, and more.

About Village of Indian Lakes

The Villages of Indian Lakes is a master-planned custom homesite community centered around a natural preserve which is anchored by Lake Arapahoe, a 48 acre man-made lake. Designed to showcase the surrounding natural environment, Indian Lakes prioritizes outdoor recreation and activities for homeowner amenities, with hiking trails, equestrian trails, a covered pavilion, and more.

The subdivision is zoned for custom home construction so there is a mix of existing homes as well as emerging homesites as new phases are added. As such, you can find a wide range of architectural styles and amenities from property to property, as well as a myriad of asking prices.

If you’re looking for available lots, you can click this link to see all available homesites.

The neighborhood is located at 17528 Indian Lakes Drive, College Station, TX 77845. View the website:

Indian Lakes is located in the heart of the Texas Triangle just 10 miles from the southern edge of College Station proper. Situated northeast of Austin (87 miles) and northwest of Houston (83 miles), residents have access to city perks, while enjoying a peaceful place to call home. Many consider this area a nature lover’s paradise. Community residents have access to spectacular views, fishing and water sports, and both hiking and equestrian trails.

This rural neighborhood offers a respite from city life with myriad wildlife species and mature oak groves. Even though you feel like you’ve escaped civilization the moment you enter the area, a short, ten-minute drive via William D. Fitch Parkway lands you in Aggieland on the Texas A&M campus.

The most popular Indian Lakes homes are between 3000 and 4000 square feet, built in a traditional style. Homes have between 2 and 4 bedrooms, and are well-apportioned with the most desirable features. The homes are built on 1- to 3-acre lots.

Just a few minutes away from this paradise community, you’ll find Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater, which hosts outdoor concerts, plays, festivals and other events. There are also indoor banquet facilities and a park with disc golf course, playgrounds and observation decks.

Indian Lakes real estate is in proximity to schools, a neighborhood H.E.B. Grocery store, shopping, dining and entertainment venues, and Stephen C. Beachy Central Park.

If you would like more information about Indian Lakes real estate and why this bedroom community is so popular, please visit the Bo Ward website.