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SW Austin, Hays County, Dripping Springs area Multiple Homes on 6.238 Acres Silent Market for Sale.

 


Here is the approximate square footage of the Multiple freestanding HOMES and structures on the Acreage Property;

Manor (House 1) – 1950 sq. ft.

Cabin (House 2) –    750 sq. ft.

Our House ( House 3) – 2,500 sq. ft.

Roadrunner (House 4) – 1,750 sq. ft.

House #5 (House 5) – 2,800 sq. ft.

Storage 1 – 700 sq. ft

Storage 2- 1,200 sq. ft.

Storage 3 – 900 sq. ft

Storage 4 –  550 sq. ft.

The property’s ownership currently uses the property as a primary residence and as a vacation rental income property.

This 6.238-acre tract has four updated homes and a fifth with remodel potential. This Multiple Home & Acreage Property  is serviced by both a water well and county water supply.

Also, cable and end of the line electrical supply are present on this remarkably rural property in the heart of booming Texas Hill Country

This non-zoned property could be commercial, residential or combination of both.

Currently three of the homes are being utilized as vacation rentals, taking advantage of Dripping Springs moniker as the Wedding Capitol of Texas; generating a very respectful annual income and this is only 3 of the 5 homes. An entrepreneurial spirit looking to take advantage of the expanding wedding industry or the rapidly expanding wine and liquor industry in this area could easily convert this property to a venue, distillery, or wine operation. Maybe a restaurant, business or whatever you wish to make of it?

Most importantly the property is in Hays County only blocks from the Travis county line.

Avoid the hassles of dealing with Travis County or Austin. 3.4 Million asking price. 



















































































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