229 Montell Dr, Georgetown, TX
Georgetown Address, Leander Schools!
A rare opportunity to own almost 11 acres in the beautiful master planned community of Escalera Ranch.
Escalera Ranch is known for their commitment to the preservation of a native Texas environment as well as keeping to classic hill country architecture.
“All homes are built of native stone and standing seam metal roofs to reflect the regional Hill Country architecture. Residents are encouraged to incorporate the beauty and practicality of old-time Hill Country living into their homes, with ideas such as big porches, tall elegant windows and fenced gardens.
Each lot or home site in Escalera Ranch has been divided into three areas: Conservancy Area, Native Area, and Developable Area that includes the building envelope.” – taken from Community Website
Located just 30 miles from the uber-trendy downtown Austin, offering a culinary-packed, art-and-music infused atmosphere.
This 10.95 acres is nestled at the end of a street lined with big, beautiful million-dollar homes.
The discerning buyer will appreciate the value of this secluded and private luxury estate lot offering over $350,000 in site upgrades, making it a turn-key building site.
State of the art improvements include four (4) cleared and improved building sites which include: include electricity (and generator prepped), fiber optic cable, city water and well water tap(s) with an extensive rainwater collection system, 855 ft. well with large pump house ready for equipment, 3 buried propane tanks prepped with stub-outs, and 2 gravity-flow septic systems designed to accommodate 780 gallons per day.
A wet-weather creek on the property offers the potential for a future stock pond or water feature.
An additional $100,000 in road improvements, clearing of shrubs, cedar, boulders, etc.
See www.LANDinESCALERA.com for additional details about the property.
See Garey Park for details about the neighboring City of Georgetown’s next big park project, Garey Park, set to open later this year. It will be larger than Zilker Park in Austin at completion.