What would you pay for a slice of East Texas lake life? Bass fishing, water skiing, and boating await on this private Lake Windermere property at 109 Pennys Path in Beckville, Texas, up for auction November 17th.
Presented by Elite Auctions, this impressive waterfront listing sits on the banks of Lake Windermere, offering serene beauty, picturesque views, and over 9,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor entertaining! A boathouse deck, perfect porches, outdoor dining, and one of four indoor living spaces mean you have plenty of space to cozy up after a day out on the water. This is how you live large on Lake Windermere.
416 Pleasantview Road, Winnsboro, Texas, is currently listed by Carla Perez Whitelfield of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty for $1.2 million.
A striking custom home situated on the banks of Lake Cypress Springs! Offered at $1.2 million and built by the acclaimed S. Clements Homes in 2017, this stunning estate offers a versatile layout, walls of windows, pristine lake views, an in-ground swimming pool, and fire pit, all perfectly nestled on a lushly landscaped waterfront lot.
Located about an hour-and-a-half east of Dallas, this lake-view beauty is for those who want it all. Wake up to serene nature and water views, wind down with unbeatable Texas sunsets over the water. Just take one look inside — the finish-out is impeccable!
Hortenstine Ranch Company, a Dallas-based land and ranch broker, is accepting offers for Valley Lake Ranch through October 12.
Through Oct. 12, 2018, buyers dreaming of lake life have an extremely rare opportunity to purchase their own private lake, a little more than one hour north of Dallas. With spectacular fishing, hunting, and sporting possibilities, this private lake offering, clocks in at nearly 1,100 surface acres within Valley Lake Ranch, and it could be yours to the tune of $24.5 million.
205 Bay Point Drive Horseshoe Bay, TX is currently listed for $2,900,000 by Joanie Capalupo with Moreland Properties. Photo Credit: Realtor.com
It has been featured on the cover of Metropolitan Home. It sits on a .64-acre lot on the shores of Lake LBJ. It has a Horseshoe Bay address with lagoon-style pool, stunning live oak trees, and mature green space. This listing is hotter than a firecracker, and it’s currently on the market for a cool $2.9 million. What makes it a stand out from the crowd? Just take a look at those views.
Luxury meets lake house at “El Regalo” a posh new Spanish-style listing. Meaning “the gift,” the home sits on a tranquil waterfront East Texas real estate, but has all the amenities you’d expect to find in a high-end, big-city dwelling. El Regalo is situated on Lake Fork, one of the premier trophy bass destinations in the country. The 5,124-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-full-and-two-half-bath home stands on a 0.64-acre lot in a heavily-treed gated community in Yantis, Texas.
Long Cove is hosting a Lake Home Sales Event for Henderson Bay, pictured here, this Saturday, March 31st on Cedar Creek Lake.
It all started with a big idea – to create a luxury lake front community close to Dallas with all the comforts of home, but without all the maintenance. A place where you can unplug, unwind, and enjoy time with your family and friends. That place is Long Cove, the brainchild of Dallas’ own Don McNamara, developer and investor behind Cityplace and West Village in Uptown. Inspired by getaways like those of Seaside, Watercolor, and Horseshoe Bay, the folks at Long Cove bring those memorable experiences closer to home, spanning more than 1,000 acres, and boasting six miles of shoreline at the clear, deep end of Cedar Creek Reservoir – and it just keeps getting better with newly developed Henderson Bay.
With the summer season quickly approaching and second homes on the rise, we decided to go to the lake life expert, the authority on Lake LBJ – Tammie Bennett of Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty – to get the real scoop on one of the hottest waterfront markets in the state! Ranked No. 1 in sales volume for 2017, she not only sells Lake LBJ, she lives it, representing homes for the likes of AOL co-founder Marc Seriff, to famed NASA astronaut Jim Lovell. We sat down with the in-demand top producer to learn the secret behind her overwhelming success, and find out what buyers can expect when hunting for property on Lake LBJ.
Does living on the top floor of most high-rises still feel like living in the basement? Chicago’s 100-story John Hancock Center will change all that. Whereas the tallest residential home in Dallas is a 42nd floor penthouse, the Hancock’s condos don’t start until the 44th floor and continue all the way to the 92nd floor. Completed in 1969, the Hancock Tower is one of the most recognized buildings in Chicago and offers up some surprisingly inexpensive homes with incomparable city and Lake Michigan views.
Sure, Chicago winters are unkind, but the summers, when second home ownership has its privileges, offer a plethora of activities to shake off the cold and grey. The Hancock is in the thick of everything Chicago has to offer. It’s right on Michigan Avenue in the thick of the city’s tony shopping. It’s a two-block walk to the beach and is a 10-minute taxi to Millennium Park and the Art Institute of Chicago.
Sizes range from 550-square-foot studios to ~1,800-square-foot, three-bedroom units. Of course, with over 700 units, many have been combined for larger spaces. Prices are surprisingly affordable with studios starting just below $200,000 while three-bedroom units trade in the $500,000 to $800,000 range depending on renovation. Let’s look at both ends of the market and with 703 units, there’s always something great for sale.