Presenting the latest addition to The Peninsula in Rough Hollow - 585 Vendemmia Bend. Designed by Jay Corder Architect & built by award winning Seven Custom Homes this extraordinary home exudes post modern architecture adorned in the latest luxury finishes. A clean, airy living set under a butterfly ceiling takes full advantage of the panoramic Lake Travis & sunset views. Expansive wings on 2 floors plus indoor/outdoor living add to the tranquility. Exceptional privacy is found in the front courtyard as well as poolside. Come live the best of the "Rough Life". Estimated completion is May 2022.
Electricity Connected, Natural Gas Connected, High Speed Internet Available, Water Connected, Underground Utilities, Cable Available, Cable Connected, Phone Connected
Common Grounds/Area, Community Mailbox, Dog Park, Gated, Lake, Park, Trails/Paths, Airport/Runway, Clubhouse, Deck/Porch, Fitness Center, Golf, Planned Social Activities, Playground, Pool, Restaurant, Sidewalks, Sport Court(s), Street Lights, Tennis Court(s), Trash Pickup Door to Door
Garage, Garage Faces Side, Door-Multi
Disposal, Built-In Gas Oven, Built-In Gas Range, Built-In Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Gas Cooktop, Microwave, Vented Exhaust Fan
Balcony, Rain Gutters, Uncovered Courtyard, Arbor, Barbecue, Exterior Steps, Gas Grill, Lighting
Property Listed by: Keller Williams - Lake Travis
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