Bill Morris: More million-dollar homes in Austin

More million-dollar homes in Austin

In a post here yesterday (What do you get for $1,000,000 in Austin?) I focused on properties that have sold recently for around $1,000,000.  I mentioned that there are still more than 100 active listings in this price range, so I am writing today to highlight a few of the million dollar properties that are still available:

First, the largest -- 11,000 square feet on almost 22 acres in a gated equestrian community northeast of Austin.  This home has everything except the views south and west of Austin, and it's available at $995,000:

#6 - Front Exterior#6 - Living Room#6 - Kitchen
#6 - Master Bedroom#6 - Master Bath#6 - Pool and Hot Tub

Now, the smallest -- 800 SF, 1 bedroom, 1 bath ... This one is all about location, for just $994,500:

#7 - Rear Exterior#7 - Living Room#7 - Kitchen
#7 - Bedroom#7 - Lakefront#7 - Location

A real classic -- Vintage style in a classic central Austin neighborhood, rebuilt five years ago, and beautiful.  Almost 3,600 SF for $1,079,000:

#8 - Front Exterio#8 - Kitchen#8 - Dining Room
#8 - Master Bedroom#8 - Master Bath#8 - Terrace

And a couple that I just really like --

4,700 SF on 2 1/2 acres in a convenient location near Lake Austin and Emma Long Park, at $959,000:

#9 - Front Exterior#9 - Living Room#9 - Kitchen
#9 - Master Bedroom#9 - Master Bath#9 - Pool and Hot Tub

or 4,000 SF on 5 acres, with HUGE views, offered at $1,099,999:

#10 - Front Exterior#10 - Living Room#10 - Kitchen
#10 - Master Bedroom#10 - Master Bath#10 - Pool and Hot Tub

Now, six photos is not enough to really show these properties, but they'll give you an idea of the contrasts.  There is a lot of value in this small sample.  I'll be happy to provide more information.  Just call or text or email me and let me know how I can help.

Bill F. Morris, ABR, CRS, CDPE, e-PRO, MBA
RE/MAX Capital City
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Comment balloon 0 commentsBill Morris • July 06 2011 01:31PM