119 Hickory – Wonderful Weekley-Built Home with 3-Car Garage in Georgetown Village

01 Front

The blue home that makes you smile.

The Georgetown Village neighborhood has become sort of an icon of Georgetown.  How do I know that?  Because Austin agents are beginning to show this neighborhood to their clients.  A couple years ago, you had to bribe an Austin agent with free food to drive past Round Rock!  I’m not offering free food, but we are offering a stunning example of a David Weekley home built in 1999 (you know, the good ‘ole days when builders earned their reputation and stood out from the rest with attention to detail and exceptional quality).  This 1936-sf home has been meticulously cared for by a loving family for the past two years and now here’s a chance for someone else to add their personal touch to it.

02 Front

Like the porch, the swinging bench is an extension of the home – try it out!

119 Hickory was painted sky blue by David Weekley.  His affection for colors is one of his signatures.  With coordinating dark blue shutters and popping white trim and columns, this home stands out among traditional homes.  The “blue home,” as it is affectionately known to its neighbors,welcomes you with a large inviting porch.  Inside the foyer, your eyes will immediately look up at the vaulted ceilings and crown moulding.  It will also be hard not to notice the front dining room (easily transformed into an in-home office) to the side and the beautiful living room staring in front of you.  The living room and kitchen compete for your attention.  The living room tempts you with warm wood laminate floors, an unobstructed view to the back yard, and soaring ceilings above.  The kitchen is full of shiny toys like a 5-burner range/oven combo, an equally expensive two-tier dishwasher, a large bottom-freezer refrigerator, and matching microwave and faucet fixture with updated recessed lighting above.

05 Living

There is a term that describes what you see: Great Room

08 Kitchen

Updated appliances you’ll find in much more expensive homes.

09 Kitchen

Countertops and cabinets galore meeting right up to the stainless steel refrigerator (it stays!).

The cozy second floor has three bedrooms with high ceilings.  This keeps the second floor remarkably cool even in the summer.  Each bedroom is very large with large bathrooms and lots of storage.  The extra play area upstairs can be left to your imagination, but here are a few ideas that it can be used for – home work, reading, board games, or video games.

23 Game

Have extra space and don’t know what to do with it? Houzz and Pinterest are good starts.

24 Ceiling

View from the top.

The lot has its perks as well.  An extra wide lot may not seem like a big deal, but the owners have found great use for it.  The side yard has been blocked off for private garden use.  Expand on this idea, turn it into a dog run, place a tool shed here, or take down the fence and add it back to the back yard.  The builder also chose this specific home to build a 3-car tandem garage due to the extra large lot.  You won’t find many homes with a 3-car garage in this neighborhood and none in this price range!  Truly a valuable space for organizing tools, storing a recreational vehicle, or housing a long-term project. 119 Hickory is priced at $212,000.  For a private showing or more information, feel free to contact me here.

119 Hickory – Sellers Disclosure
119 Hickory – Upgrades

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