4001 Red River St, Austin

$2,100,000

0 Beds
0 Baths
5,787 Sqft
.17 Acres
0 Garages

ver Stone is a 4-unit new construction project. Unit mix 2 - 3/2.5 & 2 - 2.5. Investment opportunity located less than 1 mile North of UT campus, 1 block from Hancock center with HEB, Petco, restaurants, shops, and directly across from Hancock Golf Course. A turnkey asset in a prime Central Austin location. Units include multi-level floor plans, private rooftop decks, private yards*. Currently, marketing as a single asset or units can be sold individually. Contact agent to schedule showings.

Essential Information
MLS® #6929450
Price$2,100,000
Square Footage5,787
Acres0.17
Year Built2019
TypeMulti-Family
Sub-TypeFourplex
StatusActive
Community Information
Address4001 Red River St
Area4
SubdivisionCountry Club Heights
CityAustin
CountyTravis
StateTX
Zip Code78751
Amenities
UtilitiesElectricity Available
ViewCity, Panoramic, See Agent
Interior
# of Stories2
StoriesMulti-Level
Exterior
Lot DescriptionCorner, Curbs
RoofComposition Shingle, Membrane
FoundationSlab
Construction

HardiPlank Type, Concrete Block

School Information
DistrictAustin ISD
ElementaryLee
MiddleKealing
HighMcCallum
Additional Information
Days on Market98
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Property Listed by: Prospect Real Estate

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