The home at 153 Old Tunnel Road is located in the Aledo ISD on 47 heavily-treed acres with an 18-acre private lake. The Hill Country French home has an Austin stone exterior with a high-pitch metal roof. The many different details include ten-foot ceilings, eight-foot doors, stacked baseboards, double- stacked wood framed windows, several sets of French doors and bead board chair rail.
There are four bedrooms, three and one-half baths, two dining and one large living area with beams in the vaulted ceilings and hard wood flooring throughout and decorative carpet in bedrooms.
The kitchen boasts special custom painted walls, decorative mantel and bookshelves that accent the cooktop, vaulted ceiling with beams, Egyptian limestone counter tops with unique Italian decorative tile backsplash, farm sink, double ovens, commercial vent, glass cabinets and unique cabinetry, huge pantry and a butler’s pantry.
Several of the bathrooms have antique furniture to serve as vanities. The master has a pedestal tub from 1890 completely refurbished. There is a separate guest room just off the front porch with full bath and closet.
The home is spread out nicely under an umbrella of tall mature trees. The oversized front porch looks out onto the lake. The spacious outdoor living room has a vaulted wood plank ceiling with a wall-of-Austin-stone and fully-rocked wood burning fireplace.
The lake has been managed for the last 8 years. The wildlife is very abundant, the deer and turkey run free and the fish, birds and ducks get fed daily. The lake is well-stocked with big mouth bass.
The home is priced $1,325,000. For a private showing, contact Tracy Smith with Williams Trew at 817-683-9055 or email@example.com.