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2 bed | 1 bath | 937 sqft
8237 Summer Side Drive 170 Austin, TX 78759
LOCATION, LOCATION! Welcoming neighborhood community at The Arbors - conveniently located off Steck & Mopac, and just 15 minutes to everything! One-story, end unit condo has beautifully modern grey & white color scheme and updated fixtures. Concrete and tiled flooring for easy care and keeping things cooler when our temperatures rise. Galley-style kitchen features stainless steel appliances, sealed electric cooktop, quartz countertops, pantry closet, and abundant cabinetry for lots of storage. Your fur babies will be thrilled by their own little pet door to the fenced patio yard! Pass-thru service bar just perfect for coffeemaker or snacks for your guests. Large living area is approximately 12' x 18', with large picture windows in both the living and dining rooms. Both bedrooms are almost equally spacious with ceiling fans and walk-in closets; front bedroom has built-in window seat. Refrigerator, and full-sized washer & dryer included! Centrally-located bath with tub/shower, quartz countertop, and updated fixtures. Private garden patio for your quiet Zen spot; the back gate is the Reserved two-car carport with dedicated storage locker. HOA provides frontyard landscaping, water, & trash. Exclusive private pool and clubhouse for Arbor residents. Just 8 minutes from the Domain, and 15 minutes from Downtown Austin. Come see!
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Elementary SchoolHill
Middle SchoolMurchison
Senior High SchoolAnderson
School DistrictAustin ISD
pet policy
cat friendly
dog friendly
general info
23 daystime on sunroom
1978year built
Jan 28 - Feb 27 available for move-in
tile floors
concrete floors
2 spaces