Great Hills III Open House Saturday 1 To 4PM January 21

Dated: January 20 2017

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Image title8523 Adirondack TRL  Austin TX 78759


   Please Join Me Saturday January 21, 2017 from 12 to 4PM! Stop by for a glass of Bubbly & Noshes! While Viewing this Beautiful  5 Bedroom 3 Bath Home with Expansive Hill Country views in Great Hills. Tastefully updated in a soft contemporary style, Chefs Kitchen with Granite Counters, Jenn-Air  Stainless  Appliances, Designer paint colors, upgraded lighting, featuring Hardwood and Travertine Floors, framed mirrors and more. The floor plan boasts a large home office, spacious master suite and an open living area. Enjoy Outdoor Living, Multiple Decks overlooking the Heated Saltwater Pool, Lighted Sport Court, and Rolling Hill Country Views.

Christina Haverty

REALTOR®, GREEN, GRI, CNE

512 693 8604 office /512 632 3162 cell 

http://christina.buyinginaustin.com/ 

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