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Elegant Solutions for Elegant Properties Elegantly Handled

August 2010

Your Barton Creek Real Estate Specialist Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Texas Hill

A SA MPLING OF REAL ESTATE ACTIVIT Y IN

BartonCreek

Country, Barton Creek community offers its residents a distinctive country club setting who are privileged to live in some of the finest homes and one of the most desirable

FEATURED PROPERT Y

neighborhoods in the Austin area. As a Luxury Realtor specializing in Barton Creek

4800 MIRADOR DR. • $3,000,000

properties, Stephanie has the experience and expertise

7,298 Sq. Ft. | 7 Bed | 7 Full & 2 Half Baths www.4800MiradorDr.com

to represent you to the highest degree in your next real estate transaction.

This private residence on 4.4 acres offers captivating views and an amazing backyard retreat. The attention to detail is immediately apparent upon entry, offering a cozy ambiance for seclusion or entertaining. This estate boasts five main level ensuite bedrooms, a spacious open kitchen and living; and a guesthouse that is ideal for company. Simply stunning!

Stephanie is a client-focused professional who has been rewarded as a top producer. Her proven sales record, business skills and innovative ideas enable her to assist her clients and investors in acquiring sound investments. As a long-time West Austin resident, she has an extensive knowledge of the market, neighborhoods and the area’s prestigious properties. Having earned the professional designation of Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), her knowledge and consultative approach result in outstanding service for her clients. Learn for yourself why clients return and refer to Stephanie time and time again. She looks forward to hearing from you!

www.StephanieNick.com

ACTIVE LISTINGS

Address 2300 Portofino Ridge Dr. 8106 Chalk Knoll Dr. 3575 Lost Creek Blvd. 4800 Mirador Dr. 2632 Ravello Ridge Dr. 4917 Mirador Dr. 8408 Calera Dr. 1200 Barton Creek Blvd. #51 9005 Wimberly Cv. 2701 Maravillas Cv. 8625 Calera Dr. 3102 Point O Woods 2217 Warbler Way 13117 Grazing Deer Trl. 2305 Barton Creek Blvd. #41

SALE PENDING

Address 8618 Navidad Dr. 8637 Navidad Dr. 8533 Calera Dr. 7614 Sandia Loop 9000 Thickwoods Cv.

SOLD

Stephanie Nick, Realtor® Million Dollar Guild, CLHMS

512.426.9183

ST.NICK@SOTHEBYSREALTY.COM

Address 3008 Maravillas Loop 8837 Chalk Knoll Dr. 7717 Sandia Loop 4020 Texas Wildlife Trl. 8307 Club Ridge Dr. 8862 Chalk Knoll Dr. 1817 Chalk Rock Cv. 8838 Chalk Knoll Dr. 8405 Navidad Dr. 9123 Spinning Leaf Cv. 2100 Wimberly Ln.

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath 9579 / 7 / 7-2 13686 / 7 / 8-3 9518 / 6 / 7-2 7298 / 7 / 7-2 7709 / 6 / 5-2 5825 / 5 / 6-1 5900 / 4 / 4-1 3694 / 4 / 4-1 8060 / 5 / 4-1 5693 / 5 / 4-1 5929 / 5 / 4-1 4404 / 4 / 3-1 4814 / 5 / 5-1 3500 / 4 / 3-1 2548 / 2 / 2-1

List Price $6,200,000 $5,750,000 $3,600,000 $3,000,000 $2,650,000 $1,999,000 $1,849,000 $1,495,000 $1,350,000 $1,299,000 $1,185,000 $990,000 $899,900 $795,000 $619,000

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath 5250 / 5 / 4-1 6471 / 4 / 4-0 4694 / 3 / 3-1 4103 / 4 / 3-2 4420 / 4 / 3-1

List Price $1,450,000 $1,299,000 $1,295,000 $700,000 $650,000

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath 5826 / 5 / 4-2 4690 / 4 / 4-0 4335 / 4 / 3-0 5002 / 5 / 4-0 4928 / 4 / 4-1 4417 / 5 / 4-0 4516 / 5 / 5-0 4217 / 5 / 3-1 3446 / 3 / 3-1 3878 / 2 / 4-1 3182 / 4 / 3-1

Sold Price $1,099,000 $825,000 $814,800 $849,000 $775,000 $781,000 $794,000 $767,500 $710,000 $600,000 $590,000

All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. The properties on this list have been listed/sold by various participants in the MLS. If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

Produced by UpscaleRealEstateMarketing.com • 877.660.0996

Your Home’s Latest Luxury

Green Homes

Good for Your Health, Your Wallet, Our World

Comfort Food Goes Gourmet

Roaring Fork’s Huckleberry Bread Pudding Barton Creek’s

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Outdoor kitchens have become so popular that many high-end homebuilders now offer them as a standard feature to entice buyers, ranging from built-in grills with brick or stone enclosures to full-service kitchens with stainless-steel appliances and sinks.

Taking the Indoors Out

Featuring Roaring Fork 512.583.0000 | eddiev.com

Many homeowners are searching for ways to create the ultimate in backyard living. While an oversized flat-screen TV, swim-up pool bar, rock speakers with surround sound and putting green have become common in luxury homes, so has the outdoor kitchen. The possibilities in your outdoor kitchen amenities have grown from a simple built-in grill to an entire space dedicated to the gourmet chef in the household. Built-in wine storage, under-cabinet beer kegs with built-in taps, ice makers, rotisserie spits, woks and even a wood-burning pizza oven are options.

HUCKLEBERRY BREAD PUDDING INGREDIENTS: 1 quart heavy cream 9 eggs 2 1/4 cups sugar 4 oz. sugar 1 oz. vanilla 2 loaves bread 3 cups huckleberries PREPARATION: 1. Cut bread into one-inch-by-one-inch cubes. 2. Whisk together the eggs, heavy cream and vanilla. 3. Toss in bread, then huckleberries carefully to coat and allow to soak for 30 minutes. 4. Place mixture in buttered 8 oz. ramekin bowls, filling two inches over the top. 5. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes or until golden brown. 6. Remove from oven and allow to cool completely. 7. Optional, top with vanilla ice cream and berry sauce. Yield: 12 portions

An Island Paradise

The hottest trend in kitchen design is right in your own backyard. Outdoor kitchens today are fully-functional cooking areas, ideal for entertaining your friends and family. As a seamless extension of your indoor living area, they provide additional space for relaxation, cooking and dining. Outdoor kitchens bring the entertainment experience to the outside of the home. Some of the popular items people request to complete their outdoor kitchen are high-performance grills, warming units, weather-tight cabinetry with storage drawers, and refrigerators.

The Benefits of a Green Home There are many very real benefits to living in a green home, and every day, more and more Americans are discovering those benefits. That’s why green homes are expected to make up 10% of new home construction by 2010, up from 2% in 2005, according to the 2006 McGraw-Hill Construction Residential Green Building SmartMarket Report. Owning or renting a green home is good for your health, your wallet and our environment. A HEALTHIER HOME • Green homes’ use of toxin-free building materials helps combat indoor air pollution, which can be much worse than outdoor pollution. Unhealthy air inside can pose serious health risks for residents. • Natural ventilation in green homes, as well as use of mechanical ventilation systems to filter and bring fresh air inside and vent stale air outside, keep residents breathing easy. A COST-EFFICIENT HOME • The net cost of owning a green home is comparable to – or even cheaper than – owning a standard home. If upfront costs are higher, it is often because many architects, homebuilders, engineers, plumbers and other industry professionals just don’t have the knowledge and experience to cost-effectively plan, design and build a green home. Finding a professional familiar with green-building techniques will save you money and ensure you’re getting the best-quality work possible. • Month to month, people who live in green homes save money by consuming less energy and less water than standard homes. Over the years, that adds up to big savings. • A healthier home can mean fewer expensive doctor’s visits and fewer days of missed work. • Soon, it will cost less to insure a green home than a standard home. An increasing number of insurance companies are offering discounts on policies covering green homes. Similarly, several mortgage companies offer discounted loan rates for homebuyers buying green. • A green home is often more durable than most standard homes because of its high-quality building materials and construction processes, requiring fewer repairs. • The value of a green home is often higher than that of a comparable standard home, and the market demand for green homes continues to rise. The Solaire, a green residential high-rise in New York City, brings in rents 10% to 15% higher than market rates, and in Rocklin, Calif., the LEED-certified homes in the Carsten Crossings development outsold the competition 2-to-1.

The grill is often the focal point of the outdoor kitchen. Today’s high-end grills offer a host of well-engineered features to make cooking on them as consistent and convenient as cooking on an indoor range or in an oven, such as large grilling surfaces, multi-zoned burners and convenient side burners. You can choose a freestanding grill or one built into an island. Grilling islands come in two forms: permanently installed custom-built masonry islands and semi-custom prefabricated units. Permanent islands are customized to meet your needs and afford the most flexibility in terms of design and materials. You can use the same stone or brick as your patio or house exterior for the island base. Prefabricated islands cost considerably less than custom islands and don’t require a building permit. They can be delivered, hooked up and ready to go in a day. With this information in mind, you can start planning your outdoor kitchen design. Some grill and grilling island manufacturers offer design plans, or you can work with a contractor or appliance distributor to create you own custom design. As our summer is in full swing, it’s time to really get cooking!

• Local, state and federal governments are increasingly offering tax breaks and other incentives for building LEED homes or adding green features to your home. AN ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY HOME • Residential cooling and heating alone make up 20% of the United States’ yearly energy use. Throw in household lighting, appliances and other electronic equipment, and homes are clearly a major source of energy consumption. Most of that energy comes from greenhouse gas producers like oil and coal, contributing to global climate change. Green homes use 40% less energy than comparable standard homes. • Some green homes further reduce our dependence on conventional energy sources as they generate some or all of their energy needs through alternative energy sources like the sun, wind, geothermal energy and biomass. • Efficient plumbing and bathing fixtures, drought-tolerant landscaping and water-conserving irrigation systems help green homes use less water than standard homes. • Far fewer natural resources are used in the construction of a green home. Many green building materials have significant recycled content. Some companies, for example, now make carpets and floor tiles from recycled tires and bottles. Green homes can also be constructed with salvaged materials from demolished buildings. Green homes use materials made from rapidly renewable materials, like bamboo, hemp, agrifibers and soybean-based products. And the use of wood that is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council helps promote socially and environmentally beneficial forestry practices. • Building a standard 2,500-square-foot home creates approximately 2 tons of construction waste that ends up in landfills. Construction of a green home, however, should generate less waste – often much less. Source: US Green Building Council www.greenhomeguide.com

AUGUST 2010 Shen Yun Long Center for Performing Arts, August 7th 512.457.5100 | thelongcenter.org Touring over 100 cities, this magical production is making its way to Austin for one night only. Unlike any performance you’ve ever seen, this show dazzles with brilliant costumes, remarkable choreography and elegant classical Chinese dance. Raved as the world’s “most stunning stage production,” this one-of-a-kind experience features groundbreaking music by a live orchestra. Cindy Lauper Paramount Theatre, August 10th 512.472.5470 | austintheatre.org As an iconic figure in music, Cyndi Lauper has emphatically put her mark on pop culture. More than 20 years later, Lauper still knows how to have fun. Jam along as she entertains the crowd with old favorites such as Girls Just Wanna Have Fun and Time After Time along with some new hits you are sure to download to your iPod. Austin Ice Cream Festival Waterloo Park, August 14th 512.480.5966 | austinicecreamfestival.com Bring out the family, including man’s best friend, to the 4th annual Ice Cream Festival. Enjoy plenty of games, activities, contests and live entertainment at this delicious event. Of course who can forget the main reason you’ll come – for the ice cream! This festival raises funds for great local organizations including the Austin Children’s Shelter. We all scream for ice cream! The Ice Ball Hilton Hotel, August 14th 512.634.7958 | austiniceball.org Be the belle of the ball at this heart-warming evening in support of Austin’s youth. Enjoy an amazing night featuring a gourmet meal, dancing and, of course, ice sculptures. The live auction includes a week in Bali, a Mini Cooper and an exotic Nigai hunt. With proceeds benefitting the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program, let’s top last year’s $60,000 funds raised for this great cause. Fashion Show Austin Museum of Art, August 15th 512.495.9224 | amoa.org One man’s trash is another man’s treasure during this unique fashion show. Be amazed by how local designers take everyday materials such as plastic bags, cables and vinyl banners and transform them into beautiful garments. This event is officially part of Austin Fashion Week and is co-sponsored by Keep Austin Beautiful. The World Is Your Oyster Central Market, August 25th 512.206.1014 | centralmarket.com Has preparing oysters always been a mystery to you? Learn how to feel comfortable preparing and cooking nature’s aphrodisiac during this three-hour course. Scot Lorac, the evening’s instructor, will teach the class to correctly select oysters, shuck and prepare delicious dishes incorporating the oysters including Caesar salad with crispy fried oysters – sure to impress any dinner guest.


Outdoor kitchens have become so popular that many high-end homebuilders now offer them as a standard feature to entice buyers, ranging from built-in grills with brick or stone enclosures to full-service kitchens with stainless-steel appliances and sinks.

Taking the Indoors Out

Featuring Roaring Fork 512.583.0000 | eddiev.com

Many homeowners are searching for ways to create the ultimate in backyard living. While an oversized flat-screen TV, swim-up pool bar, rock speakers with surround sound and putting green have become common in luxury homes, so has the outdoor kitchen. The possibilities in your outdoor kitchen amenities have grown from a simple built-in grill to an entire space dedicated to the gourmet chef in the household. Built-in wine storage, under-cabinet beer kegs with built-in taps, ice makers, rotisserie spits, woks and even a wood-burning pizza oven are options.

HUCKLEBERRY BREAD PUDDING INGREDIENTS: 1 quart heavy cream 9 eggs 2 1/4 cups sugar 4 oz. sugar 1 oz. vanilla 2 loaves bread 3 cups huckleberries PREPARATION: 1. Cut bread into one-inch-by-one-inch cubes. 2. Whisk together the eggs, heavy cream and vanilla. 3. Toss in bread, then huckleberries carefully to coat and allow to soak for 30 minutes. 4. Place mixture in buttered 8 oz. ramekin bowls, filling two inches over the top. 5. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes or until golden brown. 6. Remove from oven and allow to cool completely. 7. Optional, top with vanilla ice cream and berry sauce. Yield: 12 portions

An Island Paradise

The hottest trend in kitchen design is right in your own backyard. Outdoor kitchens today are fully-functional cooking areas, ideal for entertaining your friends and family. As a seamless extension of your indoor living area, they provide additional space for relaxation, cooking and dining. Outdoor kitchens bring the entertainment experience to the outside of the home. Some of the popular items people request to complete their outdoor kitchen are high-performance grills, warming units, weather-tight cabinetry with storage drawers, and refrigerators.

The Benefits of a Green Home There are many very real benefits to living in a green home, and every day, more and more Americans are discovering those benefits. That’s why green homes are expected to make up 10% of new home construction by 2010, up from 2% in 2005, according to the 2006 McGraw-Hill Construction Residential Green Building SmartMarket Report. Owning or renting a green home is good for your health, your wallet and our environment. A HEALTHIER HOME • Green homes’ use of toxin-free building materials helps combat indoor air pollution, which can be much worse than outdoor pollution. Unhealthy air inside can pose serious health risks for residents. • Natural ventilation in green homes, as well as use of mechanical ventilation systems to filter and bring fresh air inside and vent stale air outside, keep residents breathing easy. A COST-EFFICIENT HOME • The net cost of owning a green home is comparable to – or even cheaper than – owning a standard home. If upfront costs are higher, it is often because many architects, homebuilders, engineers, plumbers and other industry professionals just don’t have the knowledge and experience to cost-effectively plan, design and build a green home. Finding a professional familiar with green-building techniques will save you money and ensure you’re getting the best-quality work possible. • Month to month, people who live in green homes save money by consuming less energy and less water than standard homes. Over the years, that adds up to big savings. • A healthier home can mean fewer expensive doctor’s visits and fewer days of missed work. • Soon, it will cost less to insure a green home than a standard home. An increasing number of insurance companies are offering discounts on policies covering green homes. Similarly, several mortgage companies offer discounted loan rates for homebuyers buying green. • A green home is often more durable than most standard homes because of its high-quality building materials and construction processes, requiring fewer repairs. • The value of a green home is often higher than that of a comparable standard home, and the market demand for green homes continues to rise. The Solaire, a green residential high-rise in New York City, brings in rents 10% to 15% higher than market rates, and in Rocklin, Calif., the LEED-certified homes in the Carsten Crossings development outsold the competition 2-to-1.

The grill is often the focal point of the outdoor kitchen. Today’s high-end grills offer a host of well-engineered features to make cooking on them as consistent and convenient as cooking on an indoor range or in an oven, such as large grilling surfaces, multi-zoned burners and convenient side burners. You can choose a freestanding grill or one built into an island. Grilling islands come in two forms: permanently installed custom-built masonry islands and semi-custom prefabricated units. Permanent islands are customized to meet your needs and afford the most flexibility in terms of design and materials. You can use the same stone or brick as your patio or house exterior for the island base. Prefabricated islands cost considerably less than custom islands and don’t require a building permit. They can be delivered, hooked up and ready to go in a day. With this information in mind, you can start planning your outdoor kitchen design. Some grill and grilling island manufacturers offer design plans, or you can work with a contractor or appliance distributor to create you own custom design. As our summer is in full swing, it’s time to really get cooking!

• Local, state and federal governments are increasingly offering tax breaks and other incentives for building LEED homes or adding green features to your home. AN ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY HOME • Residential cooling and heating alone make up 20% of the United States’ yearly energy use. Throw in household lighting, appliances and other electronic equipment, and homes are clearly a major source of energy consumption. Most of that energy comes from greenhouse gas producers like oil and coal, contributing to global climate change. Green homes use 40% less energy than comparable standard homes. • Some green homes further reduce our dependence on conventional energy sources as they generate some or all of their energy needs through alternative energy sources like the sun, wind, geothermal energy and biomass. • Efficient plumbing and bathing fixtures, drought-tolerant landscaping and water-conserving irrigation systems help green homes use less water than standard homes. • Far fewer natural resources are used in the construction of a green home. Many green building materials have significant recycled content. Some companies, for example, now make carpets and floor tiles from recycled tires and bottles. Green homes can also be constructed with salvaged materials from demolished buildings. Green homes use materials made from rapidly renewable materials, like bamboo, hemp, agrifibers and soybean-based products. And the use of wood that is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council helps promote socially and environmentally beneficial forestry practices. • Building a standard 2,500-square-foot home creates approximately 2 tons of construction waste that ends up in landfills. Construction of a green home, however, should generate less waste – often much less. Source: US Green Building Council www.greenhomeguide.com

AUGUST 2010 Shen Yun Long Center for Performing Arts, August 7th 512.457.5100 | thelongcenter.org Touring over 100 cities, this magical production is making its way to Austin for one night only. Unlike any performance you’ve ever seen, this show dazzles with brilliant costumes, remarkable choreography and elegant classical Chinese dance. Raved as the world’s “most stunning stage production,” this one-of-a-kind experience features groundbreaking music by a live orchestra. Cindy Lauper Paramount Theatre, August 10th 512.472.5470 | austintheatre.org As an iconic figure in music, Cyndi Lauper has emphatically put her mark on pop culture. More than 20 years later, Lauper still knows how to have fun. Jam along as she entertains the crowd with old favorites such as Girls Just Wanna Have Fun and Time After Time along with some new hits you are sure to download to your iPod. Austin Ice Cream Festival Waterloo Park, August 14th 512.480.5966 | austinicecreamfestival.com Bring out the family, including man’s best friend, to the 4th annual Ice Cream Festival. Enjoy plenty of games, activities, contests and live entertainment at this delicious event. Of course who can forget the main reason you’ll come – for the ice cream! This festival raises funds for great local organizations including the Austin Children’s Shelter. We all scream for ice cream! The Ice Ball Hilton Hotel, August 14th 512.634.7958 | austiniceball.org Be the belle of the ball at this heart-warming evening in support of Austin’s youth. Enjoy an amazing night featuring a gourmet meal, dancing and, of course, ice sculptures. The live auction includes a week in Bali, a Mini Cooper and an exotic Nigai hunt. With proceeds benefitting the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program, let’s top last year’s $60,000 funds raised for this great cause. Fashion Show Austin Museum of Art, August 15th 512.495.9224 | amoa.org One man’s trash is another man’s treasure during this unique fashion show. Be amazed by how local designers take everyday materials such as plastic bags, cables and vinyl banners and transform them into beautiful garments. This event is officially part of Austin Fashion Week and is co-sponsored by Keep Austin Beautiful. The World Is Your Oyster Central Market, August 25th 512.206.1014 | centralmarket.com Has preparing oysters always been a mystery to you? Learn how to feel comfortable preparing and cooking nature’s aphrodisiac during this three-hour course. Scot Lorac, the evening’s instructor, will teach the class to correctly select oysters, shuck and prepare delicious dishes incorporating the oysters including Caesar salad with crispy fried oysters – sure to impress any dinner guest.


Elegant Solutions for Elegant Properties Elegantly Handled

August 2010

Your Barton Creek Real Estate Specialist Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Texas Hill

A SA MPLING OF REAL ESTATE ACTIVIT Y IN

BartonCreek

Country, Barton Creek community offers its residents a distinctive country club setting who are privileged to live in some of the finest homes and one of the most desirable

FEATURED PROPERT Y

neighborhoods in the Austin area. As a Luxury Realtor specializing in Barton Creek

4800 MIRADOR DR. • $3,000,000

properties, Stephanie has the experience and expertise

7,298 Sq. Ft. | 7 Bed | 7 Full & 2 Half Baths www.4800MiradorDr.com

to represent you to the highest degree in your next real estate transaction.

This private residence on 4.4 acres offers captivating views and an amazing backyard retreat. The attention to detail is immediately apparent upon entry, offering a cozy ambiance for seclusion or entertaining. This estate boasts five main level ensuite bedrooms, a spacious open kitchen and living; and a guesthouse that is ideal for company. Simply stunning!

Stephanie is a client-focused professional who has been rewarded as a top producer. Her proven sales record, business skills and innovative ideas enable her to assist her clients and investors in acquiring sound investments. As a long-time West Austin resident, she has an extensive knowledge of the market, neighborhoods and the area’s prestigious properties. Having earned the professional designation of Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), her knowledge and consultative approach result in outstanding service for her clients. Learn for yourself why clients return and refer to Stephanie time and time again. She looks forward to hearing from you!

www.StephanieNick.com

ACTIVE LISTINGS

Address 2300 Portofino Ridge Dr. 8106 Chalk Knoll Dr. 3575 Lost Creek Blvd. 4800 Mirador Dr. 2632 Ravello Ridge Dr. 4917 Mirador Dr. 8408 Calera Dr. 1200 Barton Creek Blvd. #51 9005 Wimberly Cv. 2701 Maravillas Cv. 8625 Calera Dr. 3102 Point O Woods 2217 Warbler Way 13117 Grazing Deer Trl. 2305 Barton Creek Blvd. #41

SALE PENDING

Address 8618 Navidad Dr. 8637 Navidad Dr. 8533 Calera Dr. 7614 Sandia Loop 9000 Thickwoods Cv.

SOLD

Stephanie Nick, Realtor® Million Dollar Guild, CLHMS

512.426.9183

ST.NICK@SOTHEBYSREALTY.COM

Address 3008 Maravillas Loop 8837 Chalk Knoll Dr. 7717 Sandia Loop 4020 Texas Wildlife Trl. 8307 Club Ridge Dr. 8862 Chalk Knoll Dr. 1817 Chalk Rock Cv. 8838 Chalk Knoll Dr. 8405 Navidad Dr. 9123 Spinning Leaf Cv. 2100 Wimberly Ln.

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath 9579 / 7 / 7-2 13686 / 7 / 8-3 9518 / 6 / 7-2 7298 / 7 / 7-2 7709 / 6 / 5-2 5825 / 5 / 6-1 5900 / 4 / 4-1 3694 / 4 / 4-1 8060 / 5 / 4-1 5693 / 5 / 4-1 5929 / 5 / 4-1 4404 / 4 / 3-1 4814 / 5 / 5-1 3500 / 4 / 3-1 2548 / 2 / 2-1

List Price $6,200,000 $5,750,000 $3,600,000 $3,000,000 $2,650,000 $1,999,000 $1,849,000 $1,495,000 $1,350,000 $1,299,000 $1,185,000 $990,000 $899,900 $795,000 $619,000

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath 5250 / 5 / 4-1 6471 / 4 / 4-0 4694 / 3 / 3-1 4103 / 4 / 3-2 4420 / 4 / 3-1

List Price $1,450,000 $1,299,000 $1,295,000 $700,000 $650,000

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath 5826 / 5 / 4-2 4690 / 4 / 4-0 4335 / 4 / 3-0 5002 / 5 / 4-0 4928 / 4 / 4-1 4417 / 5 / 4-0 4516 / 5 / 5-0 4217 / 5 / 3-1 3446 / 3 / 3-1 3878 / 2 / 4-1 3182 / 4 / 3-1

Sold Price $1,099,000 $825,000 $814,800 $849,000 $775,000 $781,000 $794,000 $767,500 $710,000 $600,000 $590,000

All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. The properties on this list have been listed/sold by various participants in the MLS. If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

Produced by UpscaleRealEstateMarketing.com • 877.660.0996

Your Home’s Latest Luxury

Green Homes

Good for Your Health, Your Wallet, Our World

Comfort Food Goes Gourmet

Roaring Fork’s Huckleberry Bread Pudding Barton Creek’s

Real Estate Report

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