Home completely remodeled in 2018 - walls, flooring, fixtures, counters and more. Foundation with plumbing repaired and new roof in 2017. Current owner added new windows, siding, paint, gutters, attic insulation and enclosed laundry room. Space and floor plan are used wisely to make this home live larger than the square footage shows. The shared bath has two entrances for homeowner privacy. Close to the Walnut Creek greenbelt and Walter Long Park Project. Low 2.1767 tax rate and within walking distance to local elementary school and numerous parks! This home has phenomenal access to Hwy 183 and 290, plus it is 15 mins to airport, 20 mins to downtown, 10 mins to mueller and 15 mins to domain. 3D HOME TOUR
***3 Beds / 1 Bath / 890 sqft / 1 Story / Garage
Walter E. Long Metropolitan Park is situated just west of State Highway 130. The property includes 3,695 acres of parkland and the 1,165 acre Lake Walter E. Long. The park also includes approximately 765 acres of preserved habitats and the Travis County Expo Center grounds. Some of the existing facilities in the park include hike and bike trails, picnic areas, volleyball courts, boat ramps, and fishing piers. A skeet shooting range and model airplane area are also operated by organizations within the park. Click on the map for more details.
Encompassing more than 7.3 miles of multi-use trail running by trees, flatland, soft hills and water, Southern Walnut Creek Trail consists of 10-foot wide concrete paths designed to accommodate a variety of users. This beautiful nature-filled trail extends from Govalle Park to the Walnut Creek Sports Park at Johnny Morris Road and Daffan Lane and includes 5 bridges, culverts, signs and benches offering a breath-taking view at every turn.
The trail provides connections to multiple neighborhoods including, Govalle Park, The YMCA at Hwy 183, Davis White Park, Walnut Creek Greenbelt, The Austin Tennis Center at the Walnut Creek Sports Park and phase I of the Austin to Manor trail system.
The Colony Park Sustainable Community (CPSC) is a City and community led effort to develop 208 acres of City-owned property in northeast Austin. When complete, the project on Loyola Lane between Johnny Morris Road and Decker Lane is expected to feature a mix of housing types, retail and office space, a transit center, and Loyola Town Center.