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14806 Osage Pt, Austin
BUILDER READY - Recently cleared. Huge .45 acre lot right on Indian Creek in cul-de-sac, very grotto like setting and private woods with active creek. Perfect for a dream home, near Lake Travis, boat ramp and docks with access to Lake Austin. Parks, sport courts, basketball, tennis, volleyball; pool. Low taxes, low POA.
- MLS® #9514952
- Square Footage19,731
- Sub-TypeSingle Lot
- AmenitiesClub House, Common Grounds, Dog Park, Lake Privileges, Park, Picnic Area, Play Ground, Pool-Community, Sport Court(s), Tennis Courts
- UtilitiesElectricity Available
- ViewCreek/Stream, Greenbelt, Woods
- DistrictLake Travis ISD
- ElementaryLake Travis
- MiddleLake Travis
- HighLake Travis
- Address14806 Osage Pt
- RegionNorthwest Travis Co.
- SubdivisionApache Shores
- Zip Code78734
- Lot DescriptionCul-De-Sac
Price Change History for 14806 Osage Pt, Austin, TX (MLS® #9514952)
|Price Reduced (from $75,000)||$72,000||$3,000 (4.00%)|
Property Listed by: RE/MAX Posh Properties, South
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