Bill Morris: Texas

Texas Hill Country View Lot

8708 Grandview
Spectacular hilltop building site!

Trim a little for a great view!

Trim a little and you'll see for miles!

More than a half-acre just west of Jonestown ... convenient to Lake Travis and to Cedar Park and Hwy 183A.
If you love the Hill Country and Highland Lakes, you must see this lot!

8708 Grandview

Just call or text or email me if I can answer any questions!

Bill F. Morris, ABR, CRS, CDPE, e-PRO, MBA
RE/MAX Capital City
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Comment balloon 0 commentsBill Morris • March 28 2010 09:09PM
Texas Hill Country View Lot
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