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1945 Paradise Ridge, Round Rock, TX 78665

Rare greenbelt lot in Sonoma. This fabulous single story home features an open floor plan with plenty of space to entertain. Greet guests and converse in the formal living area… or entertain in style in the family room complete with fireplace and wall of windows. The family room opens to the kitchen and dining areas so your dinner parties and family gatherings will flow. The floors are graced with laminate in the living areas and hard tile in the kitchen, entry and bathrooms. Decorator touches include Hunter Douglas blinds and ceiling fans throughout plus tasteful art nooks. Your fabulous yard will look great year round with a full sprinkler system. Privacy fences on the sides create intimacy while the wrought iron fence at the back connects you to the natural beauty of the greenbelt. Beyond the greenbelt view, this home is in a great location within Sonoma…a half block to one of the neighborhood pools and parks and walking distance to the exemplary elementary and middle schools. This home is turn key and ready for move in!

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