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Sponsored: Anything your heart desires in elegant Beltorre


Luxury is always on the wish list for a new home. Add amenities and a lot of options to that list as well. Then check them all off in Clear Rock Homes’ Beltorre.

Beltorre, in Georgetown, is a prime place to put down roots. Lots are 1+ acres and sell for $63,000 to $99,000. Beautiful floorplans, ranging in size from 2,500 square feet to more than 4,000 square feet, start in the $350,000s.

With each Clear Rock home in Beltorre, buyers get the elegance they expect with the Elite Series. This features large covered patios with rustic tongue-and-groove ceilings, a $20,000 landscape advance to create a dream yard, granite countertops, a suite of highly rated Bosch stainless steel appliances and knotty Alder cabinets. The ceilings soar at 10 feet, with 8-foot interior doors, a wood-burning fireplace with stone surround and vinyl low-E windows throughout.

From that coveted list of standard features, buyers can take their home to the limit with myriad design choices for finishes, extra rooms and even outdoor living space. Put in a pool, get your kitchen gourmet-ready with custom cabinets, commercial appliances or a glass tile backsplash — everything is up to the buyers.

The community sets the tone at first glance with a beautifully landscaped (and secure) entrance, century-old trees, a creek that winds through the sites and a homeowners’ park. Beltorre has lots served by both the Liberty Hill and Georgetown school districts.

Call Kay Nolting at 512-778-5696 or email kay@clearrockllc.com for more information on this can’t-miss opportunity to start the good life now.


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