This impeccable home may be the best kept secret in Georgetown. It may not look any different from the other homes in the neighborhood from the outside, and that’s because it isn’t. The elevation is designed by Gehan Homes, a reputable builder in Texas, and it sits on a not-too-large, not-too-small corner lot in Georgetown Village. But didn’t your mom ever tell you not to judge a book by its cover? Open the door to 954 Madrone, and a magnificent story of restoration, rebuilding, and redemption comes alive. The original home, built in 2012, met its fate in a kitchen fire soon after (no one was home during the fire – no casualties or injuries). By 2014, it was completely rebuilt with many custom touches that you would normally find in luxury homes. The home is laid out with a a 3,609-sf Stanford floor plan and contains 5 bedrooms (one is being used as a dedicated home theater), 3.5 luxury baths, a game or flex room, formal dining, and dedicated private office.
There is absolutely no evidence of previous fire or smoke damage in this house. Everything was torn out and thrown out so that it could be made new, exactly like this kitchen. The gourmet kitchen opens to the living room, opens to the back patio, and has a walk through to the formal dining. The size of the kitchen, amount of counter space, and double oven are perfect features to hosting large gatherings throughout the year and don’t even get me started on the storage space. Every room is as gorgeous as the kitchen.
This home has everything you could want, including a beautiful heated swimming pool and hot tub that can be enjoyed all year long. It’s located within walking distance to a highly rated elementary school in a neighborhood where community safety is a top priority and friendly neighbors abound. Priced at $415,000, this home could be the one you pass down to your children one day. See below for more information and photos, including a list of upgrades and detail shots. Contact me if you’d like to schedule a private showing.