Outstanding Move-In Ready Options Throughout Austin
October 1, 2017
Scott Felder Homes, a premier Central Texas homebuilder, has fabulous move-in ready homes available throughout Austin. Currently, during its Nothing But The Best” sales event, many of this eleven-time builder of the year’s available homes have unbelievable prices.
Building in 17 communities across Central Texas, Scott Felder Homes has homes to suit any discerning buyers. Here’s a look at just a few of the available homes featuring the latest designs, features and elevations from Scott Felder Homes.
Buyers seeking a home in the Cedar Park/Leander area can consider the one-story, 2,426-square-foot Rockwood Plan at 624 Chitalpa Street in Bryson. This three-bedroom, 2.5 bath home is priced at $339,990 and features a study, retreat, cozy fireplace and covered patio. Its master suite has a vaulted ceiling, tiled walk-in shower and double vanity. The kitchen features granite countertops, natural gas cooktop, built in wall oven and microwave, and stainless steel appliances.
In Caballo Ranch, the 2,967-square-foot Kirby Plan at 3317 Vaquero Lane offers four bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Priced at $419,990, this two-story home is on an oversized cul-de-sac site. It includes a game room, media room and master suite downstairs. Granite kitchen countertops and hardwood floors throughout the main living areas are just a few outstanding features.
The single-story home at 2701 Council Springs Cove is perfect for Greatwood-area buyers. Priced at $555,490, this Cypress Plan has four bedrooms and 3.5 baths. On a stunning full acre corner site, this 3,431-square-foot offering features open concept living. Its game room, study, extended covered patio and large garage storage space add convenience.
Priced at $600,000 in Abrantes, the 3,290-squarefoot Watson Plan at 2004 Colina Cove offers four bedrooms and 4.5 baths on a quiet site with a park located behind it. This 1.5-story design features a downstairs game room and an upstairs bonus room. With sliding glass doors opening to the large covered patio and outdoor fireplace, this home’s family room fosters entertaining.
In Belterra’s Austin/Dripping Springs area is a lovely home on a stunning greenbelt site. Located at 200 Brentwood Drive, the Watson Plan by Scott Felder Homes is 2,816 square feet, offering four bedrooms and 3.5 baths. There is a huge family room, study, extended covered patio, and three-car garage. Priced at $467,990, it also boasts a private luxury master suite with vaulted ceilings and spa-like bathroom with walk-through shower and a large walk-in closet.
Buyers looking in Harrison Hills can consider the 2,883-square-foot Mendocino Plan at 1170 Bearkat Canyon. This single-story home, priced at $525,232, offers incredible Hill Country views on a 3/4 acre private home site. It has four bedrooms, three baths and an elegant rotunda entry. There is a luxury master suite with walk-through shower and soaking tub. With its wood burning fireplace and built-in grill, this home offers fabulous outdoor living.
There are additional outstanding Scott Felder Homes offerings currently available in locales including Rim Rock in Driftwood, Rough Hollow in Lakeway, Cypress Forest in Kyle, Blackhawk in Pflugerville, Santa Rita Ranch in the Georgetown/Liberty Hill area and more.
Homes in these areas ready for immediate move-in include single and two-story plans ranging from 1,438 to 4,151 square feet. Choose a Scott Felder Homes design on one of many cul-de-sac or greenbelt sites. Homes on sale now offer from three to six bedrooms and 2.5 to 4.5 baths. Appealing homes include floorplans with game rooms, theater rooms or large outdoor living areas and boast sought-after features including hardwood flooring, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, covered patios and more.
For a complete list of available homes from Scott Felder Homes, visit scottfelderhomes.com. Model homes are open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday noon to 6 p.m.
By Amy Roberts
STATESMAN CONTENT MARKETING
Austin American Statesman, Real Estate Section, Sunday, October 1, 2017