A Unique Glass Home With A Texas ‘Treehouse’ Feel Will Wow



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You have your tree houses and you have your cool glass houses. This estate in the Austin, TX market combines the two for a lifestyle experience like no other.

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It is listed at $1.2 million.

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“Wake up to stunning sunrises and spend the whole day surrounded by the natural beauty of the outdoors,” the listing reads on Compass. “Massive 30-foot glass walls with 11 sets of sliding glass doors give a treehouse feel and blur the line between indoor and outdoor living.

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“This glass and steel house, designed and built as an architect’s personal residence, has been featured on HGTV and was the central filming location for an upcoming film that will debut soon.”

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While her pedigree is impressive, it’s really the overall vibe of the house that really brings out her personality.

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The 1,638-square-foot residence has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and some serious cascading views through those huge windows.

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“A dramatic rock face and bridge entrance to the house create incredible backdrops. Decks and patios on all four sides of the house – each with its own unique ‘nature view’, including panoramic long-distance views. distance over the greenbelt and towards the horizon,” the listing describes.

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“As one of the few homes in the area with private access to the Indian Creek hiking trail, you can enjoy a spring-fed creek and year-round waterfalls right outside your door. ”

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The house was featured in the HGTV series “Look What I Did” and was designed in 2003 by architect John Allen, reports Dallas CultureMap.

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Apparently Allen “believed the rugged terrain and what many called ‘unbuildable’ was the perfect place to achieve his vision of becoming one with nature due to the greenery of the adjacent hiking trail, as well as the sun. , moon, stars and thunderstorms as seen through glass walls and balconies,” listing agent Monica Fabbio told CultureMap.

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TJ Macías is a live national sports reporter for the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex-based McClatchy. Previously, TJ covered Pace for the Dallas Mavericks and Texas Rangers for numerous outlets, including 24/7 Sports and Mavs Maven (Sports Illustrated). Twitter: @TayloredSiren

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