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We can't tell whether the listing price was an honest oversight on Zillow's part or a semantic ploy to dupe bargain hunters. But we can say that we're into this house: the ideal compromise for water-lovers who can't bring themselves to live on a houseboat This 2-bed, 1,675 sq. ft. home in Cedar Park sits atop, as the listing states, "50 ft of deep Lakefront" and has the design and set up of a floating home, as the owner's back porch doubles as a private dock large enough for two boats. According to Redfin, the house went pending in July about six weeks after it had been listed, but for reasons unknown, is back on the market again. Maybe the prospective buyers were confused about what $1,000K meant...Sure, it technically means the same thing, but the actual price tag of this faux-floating home: $999,950.
· Listing: 14336 Edgewater Ln NE [Zillow]