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6003 Tributary Ridge Ct, Austin, TX 78759

If you are looking for Privacy…6003 Tributary Ridge has it to offer. Located on a private cul-de-sac accessed from another cul-de-sac. This stunning home, offered by the original owner, is in MINT condition…clean, barely lived-in and well-maintained, including quarterly termite and pest treatments. The yard is equally well-mainted with a full sprinkler systems. Plus, you’ll love the all brick exterior. By far the the lowest price per square foot within a 2 mile radius for homes between 3k-4k square feet. In this neighborhood, that’s a potential $100K savings! And, in a fantastic NW Austin location with Great Hills park and hiking trails only a few blocks away. The master suite, on the main level, features an oversized bath and HUGE closet! The floor plan is fantastic…with living room on the main level and a huge family room (or game room) upstairs. Upstairs you’ll also find huge bedrooms and each bedroom has direct access to a spacious bath. No more listening to the teenagers fight over the mirror and sink space! Other features include….hardwood and tile floors throughout the main level, carpet that looks brand new upstairs, updated kitchen with granite counters and center island, newer roof, HVAC and water heater, and spacious backyard. This home is a fantastic deal in the Great Hills/Arboretum area!

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