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Sponsored: Leisure activities, breathtaking homes abound at Rough Hollow


For a brief time, the purchase of a Scott Felder home in Rough Hollow will include a one-year golf membership to the Lakeway Country Club, one-year sport membership to World of Tennis or one-year membership to Freedom Boat Club.

This is also your opportunity to get in early on the newest section of the community, the West Rim. Take advantage of pre-opening pricing for one of the 31 breathtaking 1/4- to 1/2-acre home sites, most with canyon views.

The West Rim features 12 unique home designs ranging from 2,500 square feet to 4,500 square feet and starting from the mid-$400,000s. Homes include stone and stucco exteriors, expansive interiors with high ceilings and walls of windows, and well-appointed outdoor living spaces. Other features include oversized open kitchens and great rooms, masterfully designed master bedrooms and spa baths with walk-in showers, and separate baths for secondary bedrooms.

Scott Felder Homes is a builder you can trust. The company was named Home Builder of the Year by the Home Builders Association of Greater Austin and the Texas Association of Builders. With more than 75 years of combined management team experience, Scott Felder Homes has earned a reputation for integrity, diversity and attention to detail, which have long been cornerstones for their success.

Start building your ideal home by contacting Daniel Foreman at the Scott Felder Homes model at Rough Hollow’s East Rim at 512-554-8293 or Dforeman@SFHTX.com or Mike Ormiston in the Overlook at Rough Hollow at 512-762-8348 or mormiston@sfhtx.com.


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