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Woodland Lakes
20111 W Lakeshore Drive
Magnolia, Texas, 77355
United States
20111 W Lakeshore Drive Magnolia, Texas, 77355 United States
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Woodland Lakes
20111 W Lakeshore Drive
Magnolia, Texas, 77355 United States

  • Lisa Adams
  • Tina Cardenas
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The family room offers so much charm and a rustic feel. The wide staircase leads to the upstairs bedrooms and front porch.
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Chef's kitchen with granite countertops, glass door cabinets, wood ceiling, box window and much more.

Property details

  • Property type

    Single Family Homes

  • Status

    Available

  • Year Built

    1991

20111 W Lakeshore Drive

Nestled peacefully on lush, greenery-laden landscape, this picturesque setting speaks loudly to a lifestyle of natural splendor. Located five minutes from Downtown Magnolia, large oak trees. The home features open living space adorned in wood with a vaulted ceiling enhanced by a 2 story stone fireplace, beautiful antique pieces accent throughout and also interconnects a chef’s kitchen, SS appliances, granite counters and a butcher block island. 3 car garage boasts similar rustic charm. Beautiful Primary BR up with an impressive bath, corner fireplace and walk out second story porch. Live the lifestyle you have been waiting for! Property is currently leased thru 09/30/2024.
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about Magnolia

Magnolia, Texas, is situated at the junction of Farm roads 1774 and 1488, 20 miles southwest of Conroe and 45 miles northwest of Houston in southwestern Montgomery County. Magnolia township is a spare one-mile-square radius, but the Magnolia area spans roughly 12 miles in all directions. Residents enjoy proximity to George H. W. Bush International airport, Lake Conroe and the Texas Hill Country. Magnolia began as a sawmill town in the heart of the East Texas timber belt in the 1840s. Known as Mink’s Prairie, the name was shortened to Mink by 1850. When the railroad arrived in 1903, the town was known as Magnolia, and most of the residents had ties to the Grogan-Cochran sawmill, the main industry. The old train depot, built in 1901 and the site where so many workers and cut lumber were moved, has been restored and is a designated Texas Historic Landmark. Today, Magnolia is a thriving community whose residents often work in nearby Houston or Conroe. The variety of housing includes con

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Amenities & Features

  • Listing Details
    • Property ID
      ZJ7NJG
    • MLS#
      38330261
    • Property type
      Single Family Homes
    • Marketed By
      Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty - Cypress Brokerage
    • Status
      Available
    • Listing Price
      $650,000
    • County
      Montgomery County
    • School District
      Magnolia Independent
  • Utilities & Building
    • Year Built
      1991
    • Lot Size Unit
      Acre(s)
    • Lot Size
      1.71
    • Parking
      3 Car Garage
    • cooling
      Central Air Conditioning
  • Interior
    • Amenities
      Balcony, Deck
    • Full Bathrooms
      3
    • Bedrooms
      3

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