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Crystal Olenbush

  • Lot 223 Rolling Waters Court

  • $115,000
  • 3.00 Acres Lot Marble Falls, TX 78654

This property offers a refined understanding and appreciation of the Texas Hill Country. This newly developed subdivision has the element of privacy as it is surrounded by large acreage ranches. Summit Springs lots range from 2-10 acres with underground utilities, paved and curbed roads meandering through the 864 acre ranch. Enjoy the graceful Black Buck Antelope grazing about the ranch. Snuggled at the back of this beautifully treed property lies a creek for summer fun. Location is awesome! Ag. exempt

Essential Information

  • MLS® #8295574
  • Price$115,000
  • Acres3.00
  • TypeLot
  • Sub-TypeSingle Lot
  • StatusActive

Community Information

  • AddressLot 223 Rolling Waters Court
  • RegionBurnet/Llano
  • SubdivisionSummit Springs
  • CityMarble Falls
  • CountyBurnet
  • StateTX
  • Zip Code78654


  • ViewHill Country


Electricity Available, Underground


  • Lot DescriptionCul-De-Sac

School Information

  • DistrictMarble Falls ISD
  • ElementarySpicewood
  • MiddleMarble Falls
  • HighMarble Falls

Additional Information

  • ZoningYes
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Property Listed by: Texas Hills & Lake Real Estate

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