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The Famous 1B West Austin Property Tour 9.11.2020 Coordinated by George Vance McGee Realtor


The Famous 1B West Austin Property Tour

presented by Volunteer Coordinator & Austin, Texas’s favorite local native son, George Vance McGee of Austin Silent Market Realty. (Also a 3x Local Author, go buy @ BookPeople) 512.657.9281 iphone,

9.11.2020 = Friday 9:30 Am – 12 noon

3000 Enfield Road, $3,150,000 MLS #1771263 4,463 sq. ft Tarrytown Brand New Mansion Construction with a Pool. Clayton Bullock Moreland Properties Hosted 9:30-11 Am

2612 W. 12th #8 $750,0003/2 detached condo 1468 SF 2 covered parking Private yard Elizabeth Adams UrbanSpace Hosted 9:30-11:30 Am

1205 Norwalk Lane #4-G $530,0001/1.5 condo 1213 sf 1 car attached garage Private yard Elizabeth Adams UrbanSpace Hosted 9:30-11:30 Am

3202 Oakmont $1,400,000 4/4 3,878 sq ft Large Single Family home .213 Acre Lot Nancy Jones Compass 9:30-11:30 Am

2708 Pecos Street, $1,175,000 4/4 Single Level Home, 3,050 sq. ft. Mid-Century Herman Brown Classic on a Hilltop. George Sears McGee & Emily McGee Austin Silent Market

3211 Warren $1,070,000 1852 sq. ft Home, 2 car enclose garage, Dead End- Cul De Sac Street, Nature Views, Unparalleled Privacy in Tarrytown, George Vance McGee Austin Silent Market Inc

3421 Pecos St. Unit #8 $645,000 Beautiful Townhome Active MLS #3743609 George Liebes Caldwell Company Hosted 10 Am – 11:30 Am Swing by in person for a VESPAIO SoCo Restaurant Gift Drawing

4511 Island Cove $5,250,000 Non-MLS, On ALN Status Gate Code #1285 Enter 7313 sq. ft Mediterranean Masterpiece on Double Lot on Lake Austin Charlotte Brighmam Brigham Real Estate LLC Hosted 10-12 AM


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