Golfers will score a hole-in-one at this gorgeous Georgetown hacienda
104 Goodnight Dr.
Georgetown, TX 78628
Neighborhood: Cimarron Hill
Square footage: 4,956
Baths: 3 full, 1 partial
The lowdown: Designed by Rick O’Donnell and built by Steve Richmond, this premier home's architecture resembles the best examples of colonial Mexico. Built around a courtyard plaza that features a fountain and gardens, and located on the first tee box of the Jack Nicklaus Signature private golf course, the beautiful home demonstrates a wealth of privacy. It also has quite the pedigree, having been featured in Southern Living magazine and won nine Parade of Home awards.
The home's exterior construction features hand-troweled stucco, a clay tile roof, drystack "chinked" flagstone, and poured-in-place concrete formed walls. Antique architectural pieces sourced from around the globe enhance the atmosphere of this Spanish-style home.
Living here also means you have access to the private country club community, which in addition to the golf course includes a spa, five tennis courts, state-of-the-art exercise facilities, a swimming pool, and dining room.
This home is on the market with Martha StClair and Linda Burns of Kuper Sotheby's International Realty. Click here to see more photos, details, and to contact the agents.