11.49 acres (+/-). The neighborhood restrictions allow commercial use with a very short list of exceptions.
The property is deep and wooded enough to combine a homesite with a view at the top of the property with a shop for your business below. It might also make a profitable site for several short-term vacation rentals. Or perhaps a multi-generational family compound.
There are some cleared level or near level areas near the front suitable for large buildings. An existing structure that had been converted to residential might be used as a barn, open shade structure, or torn down.
There are many hardwoods including Live Oak, Red Oak, and various others including at least one fruit tree. The headwaters of Sandy Creek begin nearby and the beautiful mini canyon twists across the front of the property. It makes a lovely place for a walk. It would be a natural separation if one combined home and office/workshop uses on the property.
The creekbed does carry some water following exceptionally heavy rains, so it is classified as flood plain. The majority of the property is out of the flood plain. Broker has superimposed the survey onto the online flood zone map to approximate the location of flood plain. That image is attached.
An overhead power line crosses the property near the front. There is also power to several homes near the rear/top of this acreage.
Cedar has been cleared from much of the property.
The sunset image was actually taken on the property from one of the best locations to build a house.
Meadows and hillside support wildflowers. You’re likely to see whitetail deer passing through and hawks overhead.
Nameless becomes Hero Way just up the hill as it enters Leander. Lakeline Blvd is close by, then Bagdad, 183, and 183-A as you travel east. The Leander light rail station is also this way.
Nameless to the west curves south and heads down to Jonestown on Lake Travis between Cedar Park and Lago Vista. (Buyer to verify all info of course.)
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