Roselind Hejl, Realtor
Coldwell Banker United Realtors

Valued visitors,

We built this Westlake aea home using early Texas design themes with modern materials. Green building techniques and conservation of energy, water and materials underlay many of our choices.

512-327-0385 office

I hope you will stop by for a visit!


Building Green in Austin


Westlake Home - 2301 Trail of Madrones


    Green Home in Westlake Highlands

Country-Industrial Green Home

Situated on a wooded corner lot covered with oaks and native vegetation, this Westlake Highlands home was completed in 2005. It was designed for casual living, with large open spaces, covered porches and a private connection with the natural Texas landscape.

    Country style front porch
    Front doors: Double glass doors are mirrored on the back porch.
    Green building wih native materials.

Stone front walk & front patio. Galvalume roof.
Siding is stone, Hardie board & Galvalume.

    Waxed unstained concrete floor.

Foyer with view of office. (Usually presided over by Cooper)

    Craftsman style trim
    Foyer with view of dining. Floor is waxed concrete.
Color: Red Cent (Sherwin Williams)
    Gavalume siding with cream Texas limestone
    Front Porch.
    Patio with fireplace. Native landscaping. Exposed galvalume roof.
    Back porch with view of woods.
    Hardie board siding in old board/batten style
    Back porch with view of doors into house.
Galvanized metal light fixtues.
    Double hung wood windows
    Dining/Living area.
    Kitchen island with door to front patio. Native Texas landscaping.
    Kitchen island with doors to front patio.
    Dining toward kitchen.
    Living room with view of Austin Texas Hill country
    Living. Fireplace is cut limestone.
    Dining table with craftsman style trim

Dining table with stair rail in background

    Old Welsh hutch and Spode china.

Westlake deer


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