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1504 Northridge, Austin, TX 78723

1504 Northridge has been specially prepared just for you! A ranch style home with a wide open floor plan and plenty of room. The living, dining and kitchen spaces are combined into one large entertainment room. Pass through the French doors into your 700 square foot screened in patio, with a high ceiling (15 feet at the highest) and a breezy design. The large, private back yard showcases an outbuilding that is ducted, heated and cooled, with a loft space and electricity. Many large trees, including 1 peach and 1 orange tree, and a massive oak tree in the front yard. With an attached garage, the home also has a larger than average carport, big enough for a larger vehicle. Some of the many updates: a new roof with a 3 year warranty, and a new foundation. The electrical system has been updated with new outlets and new light fixtures. Stainless appliances, a modern sink and faucet, and concrete countertops in the kitchen. Original hardwoods throughout the home. Both bathrooms completely redone and updated. The master suite has an eclectic floorplan with high ceilings, a Master spa, and a flexible loft space above the sitting area. You will be amazed at the versatility of this home!

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