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135 Woodland Trail, Leander, TX 78641

Ideal Location within a few minutes of Parmer Lane, Hwy 183, or I-35. Fantastic 2.72 acre wooded home site with wet weather creek, and enormous covered, tile patio for family BBQ’s or parties… this terrific neighborhood even has a private lake that includes huge gazebo and entertaining area for gatherings… see it at http://www.lcela.org. The home is gorgeous in and out! Inviting covered front porch and enormous tiled patio. The home screams quality with engineered oak floors, crown molding, Granovec kitchen counters, stainless steel appliances and more. The large private office is downstairs, as are the formal living room, formal dining room and bright, open family room! This is a wonderful bright open floor plan with the kitchen, breakfast and family all open, bright and cheerful, as all benefit from the windows across the back of the home. Private master suite downstairs has everything you want down to the jetted tub, and inlcuding a fabulous walk in closet! Even the guest room, which is located downstairs has access to a full private bath. And yes, upstairs is an awesome Media room that is large enough to be used as a game room. In addition the two bedrooms and two full baths make this area a true kids retreat! You will love this home… its like having 4 Master bedrooms!!

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