4332 Palladio Drive Austin, TX 78731
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An exciting opportunity to live in a contemporary masterpiece nestled on 5 acres in the heart of Northwest Hills. Revel in the unique lifestyle of tranquility and natural beauty in a small gated cul-de-sac. Upon entering the residence, you are greeted by abundant natural light streaming through large windows framing hill country views. A gourmet kitchen with granite counter tops, custom cabinetry and high end appliances. This home has great spaces for entertaining inside and out! Dine al fresco on the spacious deck with expansive sunset views over the wooded canyon. The main floor consists of the primary bedroom, guest suite, a large office and a media room. The primary retreat is situated with a sitting room, two way fireplace and direct pool access overlooking wooded vistas. Enjoy his and her spacious bathrooms with a shared glass shower. You’ll find a secondary living room (or game room) with a covered deck on the lower level sheltered among the trees. Two bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, custom built-in storage and lovely scenery. The completely private pool oasis features a jacuzzi surrounded by a custom landscape of rock work, waterfall and artwork installation, all with lighting and sound. Over fifty eco-smart solar panels and a home generator provide energy security, independence, and reduce energy costs. Wired for sound and security systems. The three car garage has ample storage. Private lot with trees galore, extensive landscaping and zoned irrigation. All the space and privacy of the hill country yet minutes away from exemplary schools, major transit routes as well as Austin's popular attractions and restaurants. Don't miss this extremely rare chance to make this dream retreat your own.
|2 weeks ago
|Listing updated with changes from the MLS
|2 weeks ago
|Price changed to $2,850,000
|a month ago
|Price changed to $2,950,000
|3 months ago
|Listing first seen online