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Foreclosures & Bank Owned Homes for Sale in Austin, TX
French Country Architecture In Luxurious, Private Barton Creek In West
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Homes On A Winding, Tree Filled Street, This Texas Estate Rests Behind
A Second Privacy Entrance Gat...
Beautiful Texas Limestone Exterior On A Great Cul-de-sac Lot In Eanes Isd. Lake Austin Waterfront Park & Community Pool/playground. Large Kitchen With Center Island Wolf Cook Top, Stainless Sub-zero Refrigerator, Double Ovens Plus Microwave. Mult...
Rare Opportunity In Rob Roy Rim! Very Small Gated Community Of Upscale Houses Located Within The Eanes School District! 1.7 Acres, 3 Car Garage, Hill Country Views! This Property Has Everything You Could Ask For. Updated Beautiful Interior Fin...
New Construction Duplex Condos With Private Yards. Complete - Not A Pre-construction Listing! Clean Modern Finishes And Pro-style Appliances. Don't Miss The Upstairs Balcony + 3rd Floor Bonus Room. "a" Unit Also Available - Call To View Both. Cond...
Large Corner Lot With Tall Trees In The Heart Of Lakeway. Metal Roof. Great Room With Fireplace And High Ceiling Open To Kitchen With Center Island And A Breakfast Bar. Tile Flooring In Great Room & Kitchen Areas For Easy Care & To Beat That Te...
Investment Opportunity In Apache Shores, Which Has A Public Boat Ramp. Property Runs Between Indian Creek Rd And Quanah Parker, 3 Lots With Lots Of Possibilities. Two Master Suites, One Up And One Down. There Are 2 Carports, One In Front & One I...
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