4401 Mirador Dr
$4,400,000, 4 Beds 5 Baths 4,882 Sqft 3.4 Acres 3 Garages
About This Property
You will find this stunning, exceptionally finished, Santa Barbara Mission-styled sanctuary in the hills above Barton Creek and Lost Creek on 3.39 acres. A single-story entertainer’s dream w/ large open kitchen flowing out to a wide stone deck where you will find a sparkling pool and spa complete with multiple seating areas. Subtly designed flame and water features, along with a luxurious outdoor living space, against a picturesque backdrop of wide-open greenbelt and canyons set this home apart.
1st Floor Entry, Single level Floor Plan
Attached, Door Opener, Door-Multi, Garage
Greenbelt, Hill Country, Panoramic
Attached Spa/Hot tub, Negative Edge
Built-in Book Cases, Ceiling-Beam, Ceiling-Vaulted, Lighting Recessed, Smoke Detector, Walk-In Closet, Window Treatments, Wired For Security, Plantation Shutters, Wet Bar
Built-In Oven(s), Cook Top Gas, Dishwasher, Disposal, Double Oven, Microwave Oven, Stainless Steel, Refrigerator Sub-Zero Type, Wine Refrigerator, Water Softener Owned
Family Room, Gas Log Fireplace, Outdoor
Gutters Partial, Patio-Covered, Patio-Uncovered, Private BackYard
Backs To Greenbelt, In Golf Course Community
All Sides Masonry, Stone Veneer, Stucco
Property Listed by: Compass RE Texas, LLC
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