Two things make Great Hills special: quiet and convenience.
The hills into and out of the neighborhood are a perfect buffer against the hustle and bustle of the city. However, within minutes are a dozen grocery stores and countless restaurants. The State Capital Building, and the heart of Austin, are less than twelve miles away. Great Hills may be the quietest and most conveniently located neighborhood in Austin. The house? Well, the house is spectacular. There are two primary bedrooms downstairs with full bathrooms and two secondary bedrooms upstairs that share a full bathroom. Most of the flooring downstairs and all of the carpet upstairs were installed less than a year ago. The 30-year roof is less than a year old and includes a transferrable warranty. The vanities upstairs and the vanity in one of the primary bathrooms downstairs are less than a year old. Nearly every door knob, every hinge, every light fixture, every faucet, every light switch, and every receptacle has been replaced. The huge kitchen is impeccable and features a custom three foot by twelve foot butcher block island with a matching round café style table. The dishwashers (yes, there are two) are less than one year old. The primary refrigerator is two months old (and there is a backup refrigerator in the laundry room). There is a four-burner cooktop with an indoor grill and double ovens. Is there a pot filler faucet, you ask? Of course, there is a pot filler faucet. This kitchen isn’t for amateurs (there is even a pressed tin ceiling). For animal lovers, there is a custom pull-out acrylic food storage bin and a custom watering station that features a faucet installed above two water bowls for direct filling. The deck is a year old. The backyard is any child’s dream and includes a large playscape surrounded by mulch to make any unexpected landings as soft as possible. Don’t miss this chance to purchase a gorgeous home located in the perfect neighborhood which is Great Hills.