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Unique southwest Austin compound boasts the best of town and country living. Rare to find a property this size with such easy proximity to downtown. Two legal lots totaling 1.656 acres in Oak Hill - less than 10 miles to the heart of South Congress. The front lot measures .20 acres and features the original 900 square ft. stone house - would make a great guest house or home office. Old Bee Caves Road frontage is prime for redevelopment. The back lot measures 1.45 acres and has Williamson Creek frontage. The stone ranch house built in 1960 needs updating but features a nice pool, a three-car carport with workshop and storage closet, fenced yard, and towering pecan trees. There are multiple outbuildings throughout the properties. Both houses and the pool are out of the floodplain per FEMA map. Rehab both or scrape and build new. Options abound. Selling As-Is. Buyer to verify floodplain boundaries and redevelopment options.This Land property located within the West Oak Hill subdivision in Austin, TX 78735 is priced at $949,000/sq. ft. and has been on the market for 9 days. 7511 Old Bee Caves is 1 square feet of living space and has 0 bedrooms and 0 baths and was built in 0.
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