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2705 Stratford Drive Mega Large SF-3 Zoned LOT for Sale & 4/3 AD Stenger Home, possible roofdeck Downtown Views in Austin, Texas

The existing 4 bed, 3 bathroom 2,267 sq. ft. home is an A.D Stenger Mid Century Modern, for a preservation-type buyer.

Per Sellers of this STRATFORD Drive Off-Market Property & LOT for sale. ” Yes, part of the property is in the floodplain, but the house is not. The portion in the floodplain includes a creek easement by the city that drains effectively, and the rest is undeveloped greenspace. We do have homeowner’s insurance that protects against flooding damage, and we have only had two minor flooding incidents at the house in the last 10 years.”
2705 Stratford Drive SF-3 zoned, almost 20,000 sq. ft per TCAD LOT for Sale. 

Asking price of 1.5 Million as of 12.27.2022

STRATFORD Drive, circa Westlake, Rollingwood, Zilker Park.
Seller states, “it’s close to Downtown ATX and 1 mile to Zilker park in location.“
The existing Single Family Home is Slab foundation and is 2,267 sq. ft per TCAD.

Per Austin Flood Pro Map, it does appear some portion of the almost 20,000 sq. ft., just under 1/2 acre LOT is located in some partial floor plain area. Existing 1972 year Built Single Family Home on the property Structures currently fully owner and tenant occupied.

12.19. 2022 News update per owners & sellers, “Also some (maybe) exciting news is the city cleared a bunch of trees on the street and now we can see downtown from the roof. So if there’s a third story or they do a rooftop balcony you can see the downtown Austin, Texas buildings! “

SHOWINGS by Appointment. Contact Broker Associate George Vance McGee @ 512.657.9281 for showings, contracts, offers and work.


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