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o  Jonestown
o  Completed
o  3,000 + Square Foot
o  Danze & Davis
o  Energy Star Certified

On seemingly the only flat land in the Hill Country with a lake view, this home took advantage of the landscape with a single story home true to the mid-century modern architecture of long ago. Boasting a breathtaking lake view from the family room of the home, 24 foot glass sliders are topped with a clerestory 16 foot ceiling adorned by transom windows for maximum energy efficiency. In fact, this home is projected to save over $2,230.00 annually on energy costs. Built to the most stringent energy and building codes, this home easily achieved energy star certification.

The concrete look stucco, full chop linear limestone, standing seam metal roof, artisan collection James Hardie wood look siding, insulated steel garage door and pivoting hinge steel front door are just a few highlights that truly make this home optimal for sustainability. Behind the 2X6 walls, advance framing techniques with additional bracing will make this home withstand 110 MPH wind storms. While spray foam insulation of the full wall cavity + attic encapsulation with the Younger Homes® air sealing package allowed the home to score a 1.8 ACH 50 and operate a 3,000+ square foot home on one 18 SEER variable speed variable tonnage Energy Star Certified HVAC System.

Due to the site location adjacent to a Lake Travis, the landscape is complete with a rain garden to filter water runoff from the property before entering the lake, while the circle drive intentionally navigates around mature oaks at the front of the property, providing safety and shade. Other features that add to the beauty of the interior are the professional designer finishes such as the 24 foot Fleetwood glass slider, Anderson Low-E Windows, Cantera pivoting hinge steel door, quartz countertops, Kohler Purist line plumbing fixtures, custom framed mirrors, and custom hardware, job built cabinets and engineered wood flooring.

Our favorite though? The custom made hidden door in the master ensuite.

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