Luxury Homes Near Nature Preserves
The Appeal of Unspoiled Nature
Imagine buying a home knowing the view from your living room window will always remain as it was the day you moved in. By building luxury homes near nature preserves, homeowners are guaranteed plenty of green space. Nature preserves protect wildlife and ensure the natural beauty surrounding a home will not be lost due to development.
According to The Wall Street Journal the appeal of unspoiled nature is the latest trend in luxury real estate. All over the country, a growing number of luxury communities are being built around nature preserves. In states like Texas, Georgia, South Carolina and California, luxury homes near nature preserves are quite common.
Nature preserves are home to varieties of endangered American songbirds, fish and more. At homes near nature preserves, rare birds and animals are frequent backyard visitors.
Another appeal of luxury homes near nature preserves is the added home value. A national study conducted in 2012 showed that owning a home near a national wildlife refuge increases the value of the home and helps support the surrounding community’s tax base.
Whether it is a passion for the environment or a love of the outdoors. The appeal of unspoiled nature is undeniable.
The Lake Austin Estate at Selma Hughes Park Road pocket listing sits across from the Balcones Canyonlands Preserve, an area which is home to the endangered Golden-cheeked Warbler and Black-capped Vireo songbirds.
Along with breathtaking views of the Balcones Canyonlands Preserve, this home also includes 10.35 manicured acres and lakeside views.
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