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Listing Agent: Luisa Mauro
Courtesy of: Luisa Mauro Real Estate
Days On Market: 110
Year Build: 2003
Square Footage: 3,528 Sq ft
Total Baths: 4
Full Baths: 3
Half Baths: 1
Bee CaveElementary School
Lake TravisMiddle School
Lake TravisHigh School
Address: 24120 Oscar RD
Neighborhood: 5, Paleface Ranch Sec 02a
Property Taxes: $9,258
Tax Amount: $9,258
The dream of Texas Hill Country living is yours to own on this idyllically rendered homestead. The property contains five private acres while still offering quick highway access, as well as direct entry to the Pedernales River at the community boat ramp.
The land is home to a vast array of plants, trees, and wildlife, all native to the Hill Country; and the house itself is an absolute Texas treasure. At four beds and four full baths, the main house contains more than 3,500 square feet of living space—all of it designed with an eye toward visual finesse and practical function. The oversized tile flooring connects several spaces in the home’s open design, which is anchored in the great room by a grand stone fireplace and banks of floor-to-ceiling windows. The exposed beams and cathedral ceilings speak to the luxurious nature of the architecture, while the built-in shelving and recessed lighting show off the efficiency of the design. Each space is teeming with natural light, which flows effortlessly across the home’s layout.
The kitchen features marble countertops and rustic finishes—a perfect combination of Hill Country resort and residential comfort—while the primary bedroom boasts lush carpeted flooring and an additional fireplace for optimal relaxation.
The master ensuite includes dual vanities, a separate tub and shower, and an oversized walk-in closet. There are two large patios on the front and back of the home, perfect for taking in the views or hosting friends. The property also includes an immaculately finished-out three-bay barn with an additional 1,500 square feet of usable space. And as a bonus, there are two working wells on the land that store a combined 5,000 gallons of water. Plus, the property allows for two horses to be kept and ranged onsite.
The beauty of the American West begins in the TX Hill Country, and as the land rush continues in Central Texas, this enchanting opportunity will not last long.