The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath is on the marketplace for $1.25 million, just recently offered by future empty nesters excited to scale down, according to noting representative Bennett Kennedy of Phyllis Browning Co.
Neighboring the Inwood Trailhead of the Salado Creek routes, the two-story, stone-exterior home deals numerous tree canopy and direct access to cycling and strolling locations shaded from the Texas sun.
“We explain it as Hill Country stylish,” Kennedy stated. “Everything that [the owners] did– even if it was a brand-new component– they created it to make it appear like it’s existed 100 years.”
Beyond the mix garage-wine cellar, the house’s other uncommon functions consist of a locker space suitable for a sports enthusiast, an outside brick fireplace, an outside zipline resulting in a trampoline, a recovered wood-paneled toilet with a clawfoot soaking tub and a custom-made kitchen area with buffalo nickels pushed into the counter tops.
The house was totally refurbished in 2013 by professional Ray Cracknell, under the vision of the owners, according toKennedy The very same owners created the remodel and interiors themselves, the broker included.
Peter DeWitt worked as the designer on a 2016 growth that included 1,000 square feet to your house, upping its size to an overall of almost 4,600 square feet.
This house is noted by Bennett Kennedy with Phyllis Browning Co
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