Posts in Agave
5412 Agatha

This house was designed by FAB during the first phase of Agave. It’s unusual in that it’s quite a bit larger than most of those early homes, hence the larger price point as well. Luckily the yard is equally large, making it perfect for someone looking for a bit more space.

Price: $589,000

Details: 2,638 sf, 4 Bed, 4 Bath

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7312 Annette : Agave

This is the former model home for the original phase of building out at Agave. While it has seen some updates since then it is quintessential old Agave. What I mean by that is that while the design has aged well, after 12 years it is starting to look like “early 2000’s modern” which I like about it.

Price: $415,000

Details: 1,784 sf, 3 Bed, 3 Bath

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7305 Ava : Agave

This Agave house has a long and unique history (too long to get into here) and the end result is that it is one of the most updated and most expensive homes in the neighborhood. Is that a good thing? I suppose that’s a matter of perspective.

Price: $849,000

Details: 2,668 sf, 3 Bed, 3 Bath

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5733 Toscana

Well would you look at that. Two old Agave homes in one week, what are the chances. This one looks like a bargain too and has a recently updated kitchen. This style of house in the neighborhood are lovingly referred to as the tetris houses. :)

Price: $349,990

Details: 1,623 sqft, 3 Bed, 3 Bath

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5308 Sendero Hills

It’s been a while since we’ve seen anything from the original Agave build out. Despite the issues some of these homes have I still like them better than the newer ones. The architecture is better, and the lot’s have so much more space, especially this one.

Price: $429,000

Details: 2,158 sqft, 3 Bed, 3 Bath

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