Open House in Georgetown

1105 April Meadows Loop Georgetown TX 78626Join Us For An Open House!
Saturday and Sunday,

April 28 and 29, 2018, 12-3 PM

1105 April Meadows Loop
Georgetown, TX 78626

3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
2 car attached garage
1,631 square feet
Offered at $245,000

A few of this home’s features:

  • Open concept floor plan that’s move-in ready.
  • Granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and natural gas in the kitchen.
  • Wood and tile flooring.
  • Teravista amenities include club house access, play ground, pool, and tennis courts.
  • Georgetown ISD.

If you can’t join us for this weekend’s Open House I can give you a personal tour of this home – or other Austin area homes – at your convenience. Please call or email me with any questions! You can visit the official MLS listing here on my website for more information.

Hope to see you this weekend!

Joe Paul Reider, Keller Williams Realtor
~ Joe Paul Reider

Home Style Austin Founder
Austin Realtor®
Keller Williams Realty, Inc.

Email: JoePaul@KW.com
Mobile: 512-222-3302
Web: JoePaulReider.KW.com

Get The Free Keller Williams Real Estate Mobile AppFree Real Estate App
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Please Note:
All property information in this post is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. I can help you validate any concerns or discrepancies!

Mandola’s Cedar Park

Mandola's Italian Market Buona NotteBenvenuto, Mandola’s!

As a former resident of Tuscany, Italy, I’m always on the hunt for authentic Italian experiences here in Central Texas. So with the news about the newest Mandola’s Italian Kitchen coming to Cedar Park I knew we were in for some exciting eats and sweets at this local Italian favorite. What’s on the inside truly counts at this Italian hotspot deep in the hearts of Texans!

Mandola’s Cedar Park Fast Facts: 
Grand Opening Day: Monday, April 16, 2018
Address: 12100 W. Parmer Lane, Suite 200, Cedar Park, TX 78613 (in The Presidio)
Hours: Mon-Sat 11 AM – 10 PM, Sun 11 AM – 9 PM
Phone: 512-879-1450

My marketing director wormed our way onto the short list to attend this week’s soft grand opening and I’d thought I share this fresh-baked post with friends and neighbors who are excited about the Italian eatery’s arrival as Mandola’s most northern location in the greater Austin metro. Let’s have a peek!

Mandolas Cedar Park Outdoor PatioParents can enjoy their meal al fresco while they watch their kids in the outdoor play area that’s adjacent to the patio. Psst: The patio will allow dogs!

Mandolas Cedar Park Bakery and Gelateria

Once inside you’re mere steps from some of the tastiest bakery items, gelato, and caffè.

Mandolas Cedar Park Fried Mozzarella

A great way to start your meal is with fried mozzarella and marinara. The best this side of the Pecos. And handmade daily!

Mandola's Cedar Park Tortellini Modo Mio

I enjoyed the Tortellini Modo Mio (tortellini “my way”). It’s pasta stuffed with chicken, pork, mortadella, prosciutto, ricotta and parmigiano – topped with a cream sauce with peas and mushrooms! Oh, Mangia!

Mandola's Cedar Park Wine Bar

While Mandola’s Cedar Park is missing the Italian Market found in their other locations it has a wonderful wine bar that offers full food service. “Obet” took great care of us!

Mandola's Cedar Park Main Dining Room

The main dining room is alive with the colors, aromas, and flair of Italy.

Cedar Park Mandola's Bakery Items

It was back to the bakery for me! My favorites were the Pignolli, Anginetti and the hand dipped Chocolate Espresso cookies.

Mandola's Cedar Park Gelato

A great accompaniment to the bakery items is gelato. Pistachio and stracciatella are molto bene!

Mandola's Cedar Park La Vita“Life is too short to eat and drink badly”

I enjoyed shaking hands with Damian Mandola, a friendly foodie force behind this bustling Italian ristorante. Damian gave us all a brief Italian lesson about the meaning of this sign; our friend Celeste was quick to capture this foto for the memory books. It was truly a night to remember!

In addition to my sweet pre-sampling of Mandola’s Cedar Park, I look forward to their grand opening this week! You’ll likely find me and my Dogs on the patio enjoying the rays of the setting sun along with food, friends, and laughter.

~ Joe Paul Reider

Home Style Austin Founder
Austin Realtor®
Keller Williams Realty, Inc.

Email: JoePaul@KW.com
Mobile: 512-222-3302
Web: JoePaulReider.KW.com


A fan of Italy?

Visit my other passion site at ForTheLoveOfItaly.com – a resource for Texans who want to learn about the two great lands of Texas and Italy.

Open House in Austin

11705 Pollyanna Avenue Austin TX 78753 Front Elevation
Join Us For An Open House!
Sunday, April 15, 2018, 12-3 PM

11705 Pollyanna Avenue
Austin, TX 78753

3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
1 car detached garage
2,081 square feet
Offered at $349,900

11705 Pollyanna Avenue Austin TX 78753 Open Concept View
11705 Pollyanna Avenue Austin TX 78753 Interior 11705 Pollyanna Avenue Austin TX 78753 Interior 11705 Pollyanna Avenue Austin TX 78753 Bedroom 11705 Pollyanna Avenue Austin TX 78753 Bathroom

A few of this home’s features:

  • A fully remodeled home with an open concept floor plan that’s move-in ready.
  • Granite countertops, island, and brand new stainless steel appliances in the kitchen.
  • Each bedroom has its own walk-in closet.
  • Extra living space perfect for a second living room or media room.
  • Convenient to I-35, The Domain, and Walnut Creek Metro Park. About 15 minutes to downtown Austin.
  • Austin ISD.

If you can’t join us for Sunday’s Open House I can give you a personal tour of this home – or other Austin area homes – at your convenience. Please call or email me with any questions! You can visit the official MLS listing here on my website for more information. You are also welcome to download this Property Report for 11705 Pollyanna Avenue.

Hope to see you Sunday!

Joe Paul Reider, Keller Williams Realtor
~ Joe Paul Reider

Home Style Austin Founder
Austin Realtor®
Keller Williams Realty, Inc.

Email: JoePaul@KW.com
Mobile: 512-222-3302
Web: JoePaulReider.KW.com

Get The Free Keller Williams Real Estate Mobile AppFree Real Estate App
If you’re home hunting this weekend or beyond, download my free Keller Williams real estate app – it’s chock-full of features!

  • Text KWCP11X” to 87778 (this is the fastest, easiest method) or
  • Read detailed download information here: bit.ly/kw-mobile-app


Please Note:
All property information in this post is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. I can help you validate any concerns or discrepancies!

Day Trippin’ Round Top

Round Top Texas Henkel Square
Round Top Rendezvous

Boosted by the popularity of the Round Top Antiques Fair and Fixer Upper’s Chip and Joanna Gaines, this small but bustling slice of far southeastern Central Texas is well worth a “look-see-do.”

Located about 75 miles from downtown Austin, Round Top will treat you to the charm of yesteryear in this totally Texas city. While the census indicates this less than 100-residents strong city’s population may be dwindling I can assure you Round Top is a bustling hive making eyes and hearts wider than Texas itself!

Never been to Round Top? Have a look at what’s in store with my Top 10 favorite photos (plus a few extra) from this week’s visit!

Light up your life with the saturated jewel-toned colors of this handmade lamp.
Round Top Stained Glass Lamp

All aboard this circa 1930s wind-up train that will have your heart on the fast track.

Round Top Honeymoon Express TrainAll that is good and gothic will touch the window to your soul.

“Game’s On” with this antique table. I spy some great locations for chips. And private dips.

Round Top Antique Game TableA unique mix of art and antiques can be found at the Humble Donkey Studio… along with two Texas treasures, John and Laurie. Both hosts were as sweet as Texas Tea.Round Top Texas Humble Donkey Studio

One of the most touching early Texas churches rests in the heart of Round Top. Step inside Haw Creek Chapel for an authentic trip to yesteryear. (Hint: Make note the wavy glassed window panes and doorway!)

Round Top Haw Creek Chapel

These glorious 18th century mirrors bring a nice smashup of Italy to Texas.

Round Top Antique Italian

Stained glass lover? This beauty isn’t just for “Friday Night Lights!”

Round Top Stained Glass WIndow

1 part sombrero + 2 parts Texas = Hats off to these artful ashtrays!

Round Top Sombreros

A few extra photo faves :)

I hope you enjoyed these pictures!

If you’re planning a trip to Round Top make sure to give yourself a full day or more – we were there about 7 hours and likely saw only about 25% of everything Round Top has to offer. That’s a good problem to have as our return trip is already in the works!

~ Joe Paul Reider

Home Style Austin Founder
Austin Realtor®
Keller Williams Realty, Inc.

Email: JoePaul@KW.com
Mobile: 512-222-3302
Web: JoePaulReider.KW.com

Corned Beef Sliders Recipe

Recipe: Corned Beef Sliders

Corned Beef Sliders RecipeLaughter is brightest where food is best
~ Irish Proverb

For a hearty dish that will put smiles on their faces, this recipe for corned beef sliders does the trick. Using a 12-pack of dinner rolls you can easily whip up some craft sliders. They’re mini. They’re melted. And they’ll be gone almost as fast as they arrived!  🍀🍀🍀

A client gifted me this recipe so in similar fashion I’m sharing it with you – perfect for St. Patrick’s Day gatherings, game day or just because.

Time:

To Prepare: About 20 minutes
To Bake: 15-20 minutes

Foodie Tips:

❤  I recently scored a Misto – this gourmet oil-vinegar-juice sprayer is a great way to use less oil when cooking. Check it out! So if using the Misto you can dial back the 2 Tablespoons of oil (below) to just a few sprays to evenly coat your onions before sautéing.

❤  Lover of the green? Make sure and check out some of my other St. Patrick’s Day recipes!

Ingredients:

2 Tablespoons  |  Olive Oil
1  |  Yellow Onion, Thinly Sliced
8 Ounces  |  Fresh Mushrooms, Thinly Sliced
To Taste  |  Kosher Salt and Fresh Cracked Pepper
12  |  King’s Hawaiian Sweet Dinner Rolls
1/4 Pound  |  Corned Beef, Thinly Sliced
12  |  Aged Swiss Cheese, Sliced

What To Do:

0. Preheat your oven to 375°F.

1. Warm a medium-sized skillet or pan over medium-high heat. Add your olive oil. Add the sliced onion and sauté them, stirring until they’re soft. Add the mushrooms, salt, and pepper and continue cooking until everything looks nice and done. Remove from heat to rest.
How To Make Corned Beef Sliders

2. While the onions are resting, grease a baking dish or pan. Horizontally cut the sheet of dinner rolls and arrange only the bottom halves into your baking dish.

3. Place a layer or two of the corned beef on top of the roll bottoms – it’s OK if the beef overlaps from slider-to-slider as you can easily cut them apart after they bake. Top the beef with your onion mixture and then top that with your cheese. Hungry yet? :)

4. Place the roll tops on top of the cheese and bake everything for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown and gooey.

5. To serve – Remove the sliders from the oven let them rest a few minutes. Separate them with a knife and serve them from the baking dish or plate them. If entertaining “party style” you can transfer them to a pre-warmed hotplate and let your guests enjoy them as they leisurely mingle. I like these best served warm but even served at room temperature the melty-meaty-cheesy combination is quite nice.

Yields 12 delicious sliders. I enjoyed mine two at a time!

~ Joe Paul ReiderJoe Paul Reider

Home Style Austin Founder
Austin Realtor®
Keller Williams Realty

Email: JoePaul@KW.com
Mobile: 512-222-3302
Web: JoePaulReider.KW.com

❤ Love Food? In a click and a scroll you can visit more of my favorite recipes — there are more than 60 recipes here on the Home Style Austin blog!

Recipe: Irish Beef Stew

Irish Beef Stew Recipe
A True Pot o’ Gold

Spring is in the air which means St. Patrick’s Day is front and center. While Lucky Charms and green beer frequent the leprechaun’s table, this is a hearty stew that will make eyes green with envy for the recipe. And here it is!

For the past several St. Patrick’s Days this Irish Stew has made a special appearance in my home. After we served it at our first St. Patrick’s Day party in our new home our guests raved about this so much we’ve been making it ever since.  🍀🍀🍀  We don’t just enjoy this for St. Paddy’s Day but any day we have an appetite for a delicious stew.

Try it once and I think you’ll enjoy it as much as we do!

Time:

To Prepare: About 20 minutes
To Simmer: 2-3 hours (the longer the tastier)

Foodie Tips:

❤  The best sidekick for this stew is a 1-2 cup-sized dollop of my family’s smashed potatoes. I form a large divot in the middle and ladle the stew on top. There’s nothing better!

❤  Whether you use a skillet, dutch oven or crock pot, the special “oomph” to this recipe is to make sure your cooking vessel has a lid — covering this stew during the simmer stage will ensure the flavors are infused into the stew for a super-tasty dish.

Ingredients:

1 Tablespoon  |  Olive Oil
1 – 2 Pounds  |  Chuck Roast, Cut Into Cubes
|  Yellow Onion, Chunked
5 Large  |  Carrots, Peeled And Chopped
3 Cloves  |  Garlic, Minced
2 Teaspoons  |  Fresh Rosemary, Chopped
2 Teaspoons  |  Fresh Thyme, Chopped
1 Teaspoon  |  Kosher Salt
1 Teaspoon  |  Fresh Cracked Black Pepper
3  |  Bay Leaves
2 Cups  |  Beef Broth
2 Tablespoons  |  Flour, Sifted
2 Tablespoons  |  Butter, At Room Temperature (try Falfurrias available at HEB)
½ Cup  |  Peas

What To Do:

1. Heat a large cast iron skillet or dutch oven to medium-high heat. Add the olive oil. Add the cubed chuck roast and cook, stirring here and there until it’s browned. Do not cook the meat until it’s well done! 

2. Add the onion, carrots, garlic, rosemary, thyme, salt, pepper, and bay leaves and cook until the onions begin to soften (about 5 minutes). If using a slow cooker (Crock Pot) transfer the meat mixture to the crock pot. Otherwise… add the broth, cover and low-simmer for 2 or more hours, stirring periodically. You’ll love the smell that forms from this savory dish!

3. In a small bowl with fork or whisk, make a slurry by mixing the flour and softened butter together. Pour this into the stew. Add the peas and let everything mingle and thicken. Just before serving remove the bay leaves and discard. Serve into bowls and enjoy the stew alone… or even better partnered with my smashed potato recipe (see recipe tips above). Sláinte!

Serves about 4-6 Texans, depending on the size of their appetite!

~ Joe Paul ReiderJoe Paul Reider

Home Style Austin Founder
Austin Realtor®
Keller Williams Realty

Email: JoePaul@KW.com
Mobile: 512-222-3302
Web: JoePaulReider.KW.com

❤ Love Food? In a click and a scroll you can visit more of my favorite recipes — there’s more than 50 recipes here on the Home Style Austin blog!

Recipe: Birthday Cake For Dogs

How To Make A Cake For Dogs
Pawsitively Irresistible

There are lots of “those” people out there – Dog lovers who consider their pets a front-and-center part of the family. Such is my pack of three to me!

So when my yellow rescue Lab “Harley” turned 12 I knew what I had to do – make him the best doggy cake ever. And boy, oh boy, he loved this peanut butter and carrot cake!

Foodie Tips:

❤  Know your Dog’s diet and whether or not cake is something that he/she can safely enjoy. When in doubt always check with your Vet. I feed my pets treats like this in moderation vs. an all-you-can-eat scarf-fest.

❤  While ours was a gift from a kind friend you can find the Wilton paw print pan locally at Bed Bath & Beyond, Walmart, and online. You can also skip the paw print pan altogether and use an 8 inch round pan, or just any shape you’d like and freehand the paw print design to the top of the cake.

❤  We found all of our our cake decorations at HEB. We opted to go big or go home so we proudly displayed Harley’s age in candles (12) plus a Happy Birthday banner all surrounded by color-flame candles, which were amazing.

❤  You can use food coloring to make the icing to your chosen cake-paw colors. Sadly we realized we were out of yellow coloring so we couldn’t make brown icing for the paw pads… but then we got the idea to grind-up some of the Dogs’ grain-free treats and sprinkle them to make the paw design. We used a mini-blender to do the grinding after hand-crushing them with a rolling pin proved to be too difficult and messy.

Ingredients:

for the cake
1 Cup  |  Whole Wheat Flour
1 Teaspoon  |  Baking Soda
¼ Cup  |  Natural Peanut Butter (no sweeteners, colors or preservatives)
¼ Cup  |  Vegetable Oil
⅓ Cup  |  Local Honey (we used Round Rock honey)
1 Cup  |  Carrots, Shredded
|  Cage Free Egg

for the icing
4 Ounce Package  |  Low Fat Cream Cheese *at room temperature*
1 Tablespoon  |  Honey
Food Coloring  |  To Dye The Icing (optional)

What To Do:

1. For the cake: Preheat the oven to 350°F and grease your pan. Whisk together the flour and baking soda. Add the rest of the cake ingredients and mix until well-combined. Pour batter into the pan and bake for 15 – 30 minutes, or until an inserted knife comes out clean. Our paw pan only required 15 minutes. Remove the cake from oven and set it aside to cool.

Dog Cake Recipe From Home Style Austin

The Dog Cake Before The Birthday Decorations Are Added

2. For the icing: Make sure your cream cheese is at room temperature. In a mixer whip the cream cheese with the honey until fluffy. Decorate the cake and present. Be careful your Dog doesn’t get near lit candles! After blowing out the candles and removing them I cut a couple of small pieces and placed them in his Dog bowl.

A Dog Cake Recipe From Home Style Austin

A Dog Cake Recipe From Home Style Austin

This cake will last a couple of days covered in the fridge. Have fun with this recipe!

~ Joe Paul ReiderJoe Paul Reider

Home Style Austin Founder
Austin Realtor®
Keller Williams Realty, Inc.

Email: JoePaul@KW.com
Mobile: 512-222-3302
Web: JoePaulReider.KW.com

❤ Love Food? In a click and a scroll you can visit more of my favorite recipes – there’s more than 50 recipes here on the Home Style Austin blog!

Recipe: Hatchbrowns

Hatchbrowns Recipe by Home Style AustinHatch Attack

If you’re like me, by the time August rolls around I’m already in the comfort food state of mind. This is a special time of year when the smoky and spicy taste of hatch chili peppers delight!

While some invite hatch peppers to lunch or dinner only, I love welcoming hatch peppers at the start of my day; this inspiration is how this “hatchbrown” recipe was born. Enjoy it and the rest of your fall “flavorites!”

Foodie Tips:

❤  Nothing beats the taste of freshly smoked hatches. If you’re not sure how to roast your own here’s an article with some tips that will have you a culinary hatch wizard in a snap. Take advantage of hatch roasting events at HEB or Central Market and enjoy the smell on the car ride home – prior to the devouring!

❤  If you’re in a flurry outside of fresh hatch season you can keep some Trader Joe’s fire roasted and chopped hatch peppers on hand. They pack just as much punch as the fresh boys and I encourage you to keep a pouch in your freezer year-round for those heated moments when you gotta have yours.

❤  Eggs? Poached eggs are on my mind. Here’s a recipe for how to make perfectly poached eggs! Follow the video – and not so much the recipe text beneath it (which differs).

❤  You’re likely to find another popular hatch-inspired recipe or two here on the Home Style Austin Blog. (hint hint).

Ingredients:

3 – 5 Strips  |  Bacon
3  |  Gold Potatoes, Washed, Dried, and 1/4″ Cube-Diced
1 Tablespoon  |  Falfurrias Brand Butter
¼ Cup  |  Roasted Hatch Chili Peppers, Chopped or Diced
To Garnish  |  Green Onions (optional)
To Taste  |  Fresh Cracked Pepper and Sea Salt (optional)
To Serve  |  Your Favorite Eggs (optional)

What To Do:

1. Over medium heat fry the bacon and remove from pan. Keep the bacon drippings in the pan. You know this is going to be good. :)

2. Add the diced potatoes to the bacon renderings and add the butter. Return to heat, stir and cook until golden crispy, about 10-12 minutes.

3. Add the hatch peppers and stir into the potatoes until warm.

4. Garnish with onions, salt and pepper and serve with a side of eggs.

Yield: About 2 – 4 servings.

~ Joe Paul ReiderJoe Paul Reider

Home Style Austin Founder
Austin Realtor®
Keller Williams Realty, Inc.

Email: JoePaul@KW.com
Mobile: 512-222-3302
Web: JoePaul.KWRealty.com

❤ Love Food? In a click and a scroll you can visit more of my favorite recipes – there’s more than 50 recipes here on the Home Style Austin blog!

DIY : Halloween Scarecrow

How To Make Your Own Scarecrow

A Scary Good Project

Not since we made our life-sized “cocoon man” did we smile wider than this year – we scored high fives from a few neighbors for our scarecrow and making it was actually pretty simple! Let the haunting begin! 🎃

Tips:

    • The material quantities below are approximations; you’ll want to adjust them to meet the needs of your own project and the size of your halloween cheer. My hallo-cheer is apparently XXL sized!
    • Make sure to secure your scarecrow into the ground – the Austin winds can sometimes be brutal. I just found a neighbor’s tombstone on my front porch this week!
    • To make the head we repurposed a latex halloween mask. We filled it with a few plastic bags to provide the support (plastic is rain-friendly vs. paper and also lets the light shine through). To add just the right amount of “creep factor” we inserted a strand of green battery powered LED lights – they are powered on a built-in timer and are outdoor friendly – perfect for a project like this!
    • We used wing nuts and bolts so at the end of the season we could un-tighten and rotate the arms for easy storage.

Materials:

2 Pieces  |  1″ x 2″ x 8′ Pressure Treated Wood (about $4 at Lowe’s) 
|  Wing Nut and Bolt Sets (about $2)
1-2 Bunches  |  Corn Stalks (about $38)
50′ Spool  |  19 Gauge Steel Wire (about $3)
To Decorate  |  Cape ($5 at my local Goodwill score. Whoops – store)
1  |  Halloween Mask for the Head (ours was free)
1  |  Small Strand of LED Lights (for the head – about $5 at Big Lots!)
2-4  |  Stones About 4-6″ High (ours were free)
Things To Have Handy  |  A Craft Table, Scissors or Saw, Electric Jigsaw, Mallet (or Hammer)

What To Do:

1. Score your materials.
This seems obvious. But finding corn stalks in Austin can be a little daunting. We found ours at the Red Barn Garden Center. At $17/bunch we later confidently shook our heads in the YES direction when we saw how amazing these turned out – you cannot replicate the authenticity of corn stalks for that perfect halloween feel!

2. Build Your Frame.

We decided to make our scarecrow Texas-sized because large only makes it all the creepier. We used my arms as a rough guide for the arm length for the 1″ x 2″ x 8′ boards and made the scarecrow the full 8 feet tall.

I used my jigsaw to saw a point into the end of the vertical post, which I would later pound into my garden with a mallet. I drilled two holes at the cross-juncture, leaving about a foot for the head, then inserted the wingnuts/bolts and tightened everything to form the middle ‘T‘ of the scarecrow.

How To Make A Scarecrow By Home Style Austin
3. Secure Your Stalks.

Time to cloak your scarecrow frame; I did this to help me measure how long to build the arms. Your craft table will help you assemble everything without being hunched over the ground.

How To Make A Scarecrow By Home Style Austin

Using wire will help keep things in place!

To create the arms and hands, I started with the arms and used 5-7 stalks for each arm; I measured from the hands to the center pole then cut and removed the excess. Wrap the stalks with a piece of wire about 5 inches from both ends then affix to the cross beam. Repeat on the other side to complete the two arms. I inverted a bunch of stalks so the tops formed the feet then trimmed the excess to the desired height. Using the same wire-binding technique secure the stalks to themselves… then to the center pole. Make sure everything is secure so it doesn’t slide down the center pole.

DIY Scarecrow Project By Home Style Austin

Looks pretty scary, huh?

4. Make Your Head
See the crafting tip above to make your head. When the head is to your liking place it on top of the ‘crow body and set your LED timer (I set mine at dusk o’clock).

5. Mount Your ‘Crow.
Choose the location for your scarecrow. Using a mallet or hammer pound the center stake into the ground, making sure to avoid sprinkler lines or known rocky areas. I braced the base of the pole with some leftover limestone rocks from when my house was built and secured the center pole from the top with an additional piece of wire tied to a small screw I set on my house.

Enjoy and please email me with any questions about this project! I’m happy to give you some tips!

~ Joe Paul Reider

Home Style Austin Founder
Austin Realtor®
Keller Williams Realty, Inc.
JoePaul@KW.com

 

Open House in Balcones Woods

11503 Santa Cruz Drive Austin TX 78759
Join Us For An Open House!
Sunday, October 1, 2017, 1-4 PM

11503 Santa Cruz Drive
Austin, TX 78759

3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
2 car garage
1,794 square feet
$420,000

This home is in an enviable location in Austin’s Balcones Woods neighborhood, which is situated close to the Domain and The Arboretum. Some of the area’s best shopping will be easily accessible (think Trader Joe’s, Crate & Barrel, Nordstrom, Whole Foods and many more). Quarries Park is located just behind the home!

11503 Santa Cruz Drive Austin TX 78759

This home’s features include a signature curved brick fireplace and a wood beamed ceiling in the living room, and a spacious walk-in shower in the master bathroom. It has also undergone recent updates including double paned windows, insulation, roofing and the HVAC. The refrigerator and washer and dryer convey!

If you can’t join us for Sunday’s Open House I can give you a personal tour of this home – or other Austin area homes – at your convenience. Please call or email me with any questions! You can visit the official MLS listing here on my website for more information.

Hope to see you Sunday!

Joe Paul Reider, Keller Williams Realtor
~ Joe Paul Reider

Home Style Austin Founder
Austin Realtor®
Keller Williams Realty, Inc.

Email: JoePaul@KW.com
Mobile: 512-222-3302
Web: JoePaulReider.KW.com

Get The Free Keller Williams Real Estate Mobile AppFree Real Estate App: If you’re home hunting this weekend or beyond, download my free Keller Williams real estate app – it’s chock-full of features!


Please Note:
All property information in this post is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. I can help you validate any concerns or discrepancies!