Available March 2024 - Don't miss the opportunity to own an award winning Novak Brothers Brownstone. This luxury "lock and leave" townhome has a unique mix of the classic styling of a New York/Chicago Brownstone with a distinct Texas design that makes you feel at home. This unique "Evanston" plan has bedrooms on each level with elevator access to each floor. The top floor has a large terrace with open space living and includes a gas connection for entertaining, as well as a Wi-Fi enabled motorized louvered pergola. Prepare to be impressed with beautiful custom design features including a gourmet kitchen, spa-like primary bathroom, upgraded flooring, and countertops. Close distance to retail, restaurants, metro station, and more!
Cable Available, Electricity Connected, Natural Gas Available, Phone Available, Sewer Connected, Water Connected
Common Grounds/Area, Community Mailbox, Dog Park, Street Lights
Additional Parking, Attached, Door-Single, Garage
Dishwasher, Exhaust Fan, Electric Water Heater, Free-Standing Gas Range, Disposal, Microwave, Oven
Sprinklers Automatic, Sprinklers In Ground
|Price Reduced from $770,000 to $750,000
|Price Reduced from $850,000 to $770,000
|Price Reduced from $889,000 to $850,000
|Price Reduced from $935,000 to $889,000
Property Listed by: Keller Williams Realty C. P.
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