24221 Pedernales Cliff Trail #2 Spicewood, Tx 78669

24221 Pedernales Cliff Trail #2 Spicewood, Tx 78669

 

24221 PEDERNALES CLIFF TRAIL SPICEWOOD, TX 78669

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24221 PEDERNALES CLIFF TRAIL SPICEWOOD, TX 78669

1 BEDROOM 1.5 BATH

2140 SQFT OF BEAUTIFUL VIEWS

WATERFRONT 1.49 ACRES

LISTING PRICE $499k

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What are the price ranges?

Homes are priced from the low to mid $100,000’s through the $1,000,000’s, depending on the builder and availability.

 

Who are the builders at 24221 Pedernales Cliff Trail?

A number of national and local builders are participating in different residential phases at 24221 Pedernales Cliff Trail.

 

Is there a property owners association at 24221 Pedernales Cliff Trail?

No.

What kinds of homes are included in the community ?

Along with mixed-use apartment and condominium complexes, there are: Yard Houses, Row Houses, and Garden Court Houses (each included in the first phase of residential), as well as 24221 Pedernales Cliff Trail Houses (large homes containing five individual units) and live-work style Shop Houses.

 

Open Space, Parks and Recreation

Here at Pedernales Falls State Park, you can camp, hike, mountain bike, picnic, geocache, bird watch and ride horses. On the river, you can swim, wade, tube or fish. Look for local wildlife and plants at the bird blind and butterfly garden.

Swim in the river. If you plan to swim, read our swimming safety tips before you come. For your safety, we do not allow swimming and wading in the Pedernales Falls area.

WARNING: The water in the river can rise from a placid stream to a raging torrent in a few minutes. If you are in the river area and notice the water rising or getting muddy, leave the river area immediately. Flash flooding is common in the Texas Hill Country. Please be alert to weather conditions.

Go camping! Choose a site with water and electricity or hike to a primitive site. Bring your group to the Youth Group Area or Equestrian Group Camp.

Hike or bike the scenic Hill Country. Trails range from easy to challenging. Take the .5-mile Twin Falls Nature Trail and stop at the scenic overlook over the falls. Or tackle the six-mile Wolf Mountain Trail. This challenging trail wraps around Tobacco and Wolf mountains and winds along the small canyons created by Mescal and Tobacco creeks. Along the way, cool your heels at Arrowhead Pool, where Bee Creek spills into stair-stepped pools. For the more adventurous cyclist, test your mountain biking skills on the new Juniper Ridge Trail. This 10-mile technical, single track trail provides plenty of obstacles for more advanced riders. Take a virtual tour with our Interactive Trails Map.

Tube, canoe or kayak the river. Put in at the swimming area or Trammell’s Crossing Trail. For your safety, we do not allow put-ins or take-outs in the Pedernales Falls area.

Ride your horse on 10 miles of rugged trail. The trail is very rocky with some steep slopes, and requires riding experience. Horses should have shoes. You will find water troughs at the trailer parking area and at the midway point of the trail. You must present current Coggins for your horse at the office. We don’t provide horses. Note: We sometimes close the trails due to weather; call before you visit.

 

Schools

What public schools serve the 24221 Pedernales Cliff Trail ?

Bee Cave Elementary

Lake Travis Middle

Lake Travis High

 

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