Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Southeast Austin Home for Sale

512-740-6486 – – Austin, TX Real Estate and Investment Specialists. 
                                  Keep Austin Weird Homes

Keep Austin Weird Homes is pleased to feature our listing at 1808 Forbsdale Drive.  Here is your opportunity to own your piece of the American Dream at an affordable price. This is THE least expensive home on the market in the area, and it still offers all the features you desire!
This 4 bedroom single story home is located in the neighborhood of the Bend at Nuckols Crossing, which is in Southeast Austin. The master bedroom features a walk-in closet.  The Kitchen is equipped with a gas stove, breakfast bar, and room for table. Sliding doors open to the patio, which is given privacy by a variety of large trees. What will YOU use the 300 +/- sf custom structure in the backyard for? Yoga, art studio, playhouse, workshop, man cave? The options are unlimited!
This Southeast Austin neighborhood is served by Palm Elementary, Paredes Middle School and Akins High School.
Located less than 5 minutes from IH-35 and the shops at William Cannon, you can easily commute anywhere in Austin or the surrounding towns from this home.  You’ll also be less than 5 minutes from the hike and bike trails at one of Austin’s largest state parks, McKinney Falls.

View FULL DETAILS and PHOTOS here:  Southeast Austin Home for Sale

IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE: Although this property was available at the time of this ad creation, it is very possible that an offer has been submitted or even accepted since that time. This ad was created with the intent to sell THIS property. If you are interested in this property, Please call 512-740-6486 to check on its current availability.

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