’That house’ on Lake Travis now for sale after Austin Weird Homes Tour – Entertainment & Life – Austin 360

It’s been called the Mushroom House, the Nautilus House and the Sand Dollar House. Some have described it as being otherworldly.

Now the Lakeway house that was featured on the Austin Weird Homes Tour earlier this month is on the market for $2.2 million.

“It just seemed like the right time to move onto the next chapter and allow some other lucky individual to have an opportunity to call the Sand Dollar House home,” said owner Liz Bradford.

She had dreamed about owning this home since she was a college student at the University of Texas and saw the house from a boat on Lake Travis.

The three bedroom, 2 1/2 bathroom, 2,240-square-foot home at 819 Mariner is being listed by Todd Grossman and Michelle Jones, of Grossman & Jones Group at Compass. You can

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Austin, the state capital of Texas, is a modest yet high-tech town which combines a serene life with some of the biggest names in technology and academia. The University of Texas in Austin has a looming presence and continues to attract thousands of young ambitious people from not only all over the US but the world. Austin also has some of the best apartment rental units one can ever find in Texas. But renting an apartment in Austin involves getting acquainted with the rental process. This is because most prospective tenants can expect a background checks which involves rental history and court records. Rental background checks are designed to unearth prior broken leases while court analysis reveals if the applicant has had a bankruptcy. But where can one rent an apartment in Austin if they have a broken lease or have filed Chapter 11 or 13?

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