For lovers of vintage homes that highlight quality craftsmanship. With nostalgic elegance and attention to detail, there is no home in Williamson County quite like this one. Sitting on a one acre lot, this 3,193 square foot craftsman-style home enjoys City of Georgetown water, a low tax rate, and Liberty Hill schools.
The exterior features all the traditional elements you would expect in an Arts and Crafts era house, like a covered front porch (large enough for entertaining & complete with porch swing), screened-in side porch, tapered columns, exposed rafter tails & a mix of earth-toned colors. A 3-car garage provides for modern-day storage needs.
The home’s layout includes an over-sized kitchen and a dedicated dining room that joins a generously-sized family room. The Arts and Crafts detailing is most evident in this main area where a warm atmosphere is created with stained wood cabinets, touches of copper and bronze, decorative wall paneling, river rock fireplace, cedar ceiling beams & hand-crafted Tiffany leaded glass lighting fixtures. Wood flooring throughout adds to the richness of every room.
Four spacious bedrooms each have their own bathroom, plus a gorgeously wallpapered powder room. The natural color scheme makes every room inviting. The primary bedroom in particular benefits from a warm grey palette and crown-molding detail. Several areas feature hand-made tile & other selections unique to the era. The mudroom is craftsman-style perfection with hand-crafted oak that you must see to appreciate.
With all the charm that craftsman homes are known for, but with the added details you’ll find in so many Prince Custom Homes, this is a remarkable property that is move-in ready. Wood horizontal fences are going to be added down both property sides in the backyard.
PEC provides electricity, Spectrum provides internet, Al Clawson provides trash, septic system & buried propane tank will be on property.
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