221 Abrego Lake Drive
Floresville, TX 78114
Beautiful Custom built house on 2.69 acres with large oak trees. 2451 sq-ft , 3/2.5, open floor plan! Jack-n-Jill bath, soaking tub, walk-in shower & double vanity in master, gas cooktop and fireplace, central vac system plus many more upgrades. Large porches, outside fire pit, plumbed & wired for outdoor kitchen, enclosed yard, connected garage for 2 cars. Gorgeous neighborhood with lake and children's playground!
Fireplace, Parking, Playground
Fireplace, Parking, Playground
$389,900112 Abrego Trail4 beds / 3.5 baths / 2,755 sq. ft.MLS® #: 1214964
$379,50010984 Fm 7754 beds / 2 baths / 2,650 sq. ft.MLS® #:
$369,9005 beds / 5 baths / 2,941 sq. ft.MLS® #:
$349,000404 Ringaskiddy Circle4 beds / 3 baths / 2,514 sq. ft.MLS® #: 1238445
$335,000132 Fairway Dr4 beds / 2.5 baths / 2,353 sq. ft.MLS® #: 1234251
$329,9004 beds / 2 baths / 2,354 sq. ft.MLS® #:
$329,9004 beds / 3 baths / 2,355 sq. ft.MLS® #:
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$327,5762,103 sq. ft.MLS® #:
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