Can we talk about this 1925 farmhouse in Jarrell? If you’re a fan of a certain state school’s football team in Austin, and you would like a country getaway ready-made for riding horses and hosting your fellow season-ticket-holding friends, this is kind of your bag.
Jarrell is about four miles north of Georgetown, which also puts you in spitting distance of Austin. And this farmhouse has plenty of room for friends and family — or even some Airbnb action for folks that want a little country with their college football weekend.
The four-bedroom, three-bath house sits on 20 acres and is 2,461 square feet of country living with the convenience of a nearby town (hello, Georgetown is adorable), and a bigger city (Austin).
Outside, it’s got two barns, a greenhouse, an outdoor kitchen, an adorable children’s playhouse and a chicken coop and dog house both designed to match the main structure. The acreage is also completely fenced and cross fenced, and covered RV/boat parking.
There is a two-car detached garage with an efficiency guest room that could be used for hosting friends or, as listing agent Evelyn Mclean with Keller Williams Realty pointed out, it “could be could be used to run a small business or even an Airbnb.”
The farmhouse itself has been restored to its 1925 glory — or even better. With a metal roof, a newly painted exterior, recent foundation work and updates to the kitchen and bathrooms, it’s structurally shipshape and ready for move in.
With a beautiful sunroom situated for enjoying all that gorgeous, pecan-tree-laden land without breaking a sweat, the home also offers uncovered patios and a covered porch. The living room also has a fireplace and lots of light.
And the master bedroom is swoon-worthy as well, with its two master closets, and a master bath with a clawfoot tub, separate shower, double vanities, and skylights.
And when you realize that the property also has a small pond, the picturesque yet convenient country life is imminently possible.
This farmhouse is listed for $580,000, and with all that convenience and acreage, that’s a steal.