Live on top of the world! One of the highest points in Travis County where you can build a home. Expansive main body Lake Travis views. One of the better alignments with Lake Travis to optimize your view from the rear loggia, looking south. Large oak trees on this wide relatively easy to build on lot. Also, expansive hill country views and sunsets. Bring the boat, marina one mile away. Build whenever you like, must build min. 2500 sq. ft. 100% stone or stucco, side entry garages.
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