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This beautiful custom home on a fabulous lot with views and pool features an array of custom finishes, a flexible floor plan to accommodate several work/study spaces, a cul-de-sac lot, a gorgeous pool and hot tub and panoramic Hill Country views overlooking the protected Barrow Preserve all make this home in the heart of Northwest Hills extremely special. Built in 2003 by Russell Eppright, this 4420 SF home features a gourmet kitchen w/oversized island & Wolf range, refinished Cumaru Hardwoods throughout the main living spaces & up the stairs, new carpet in the upstairs bedrooms and play area, a new roof in 2020, an outdoor covered patio overlooking the pool, multiple built in's throughout with an abundance of storage, and an extra large laundry and flex space on the main level. With no neighbors on one side to maximize privacy and a nice flat yard next to the pool, this home is the ideal retreat in Northwest Hills.This Residential property located within the Canyon Rim subdivision in Austin, TX 78731 is priced at $361/sq. ft. and has been on the market for 16 days. 7932 W Rim Drive is 4420 square feet of living space and has 4 bedrooms and 4 baths and was built in 2003.
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