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8503 Romney Rd, Austin
Great Location, great investment opportunity in Buckingham Estates. Excellent Commute with quick access to downtown and entertainment at Southpark Meadows. CapMet route within walking distance at Great Britain and S 1st. Property sold as is/where is.
- MLS® #7490360
- Full Baths2
- Square Footage1,174
- Year Built1980
- Style1st Floor Entry, Entry Steps, Single level Floor Plan
- StatusPending - Taking Backups
- UtilitiesElectricity on Property
- Parking Spaces2
- ParkingOutside, Open Parking Uncovered
- ViewNo View
- Exterior FeaturesPatio-Uncovered, Porch-Open, Curbs, Storage
- Lot DescriptionCurbs
- RoofComposition Shingle
- ConstructionBrick Veneer, Stucco, Frame
- Address8503 Romney Rd
- SubdivisionBuckingham Estates Ph III Sec
- Zip Code78748
- Interior FeaturesIndoor Utilities, In-Law Plan, Walk-In Closet
- HeatingCentral Heat
- CoolingCentral Air
- # of Stories1
- DistrictAustin ISD
- ElementaryBertha Casey
Property Listed by: Dominion Estate Network Realty
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