Every summer I dream about owning a lake house with the possibility of inviting friends and family to come visit to make memories. Because spending time with friends and family is what life is all about. And when I was scrolling through the real estate photos of this lake house in Tool, Texas all I could image is fun on the lake and summer BBQs after time on the water. If you enjoy time on the water making memories, you should look through the pictures of this lake house that is currently for sale. 

Debbie French via coldwellbanker.com
Debbie French via coldwellbanker.com

This 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom home is exactly what you would want in a lake house. It gives you room to invite friends or family with the home being 2,076 square feet. The home is on 9,583 square feet of land so you don’t have a ton of land that you need to maintain but there is still plenty of room for your family to be comfortable. 

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What Lake Is This House On? 

This really nice lake house is located on the west side of Cedar Creek Lake in a sought-after neighborhood. There are multiple decks outside and 133 feet of waterfront, this place is perfect for anyone who likes to be outdoors especially in the sunshine.  

This Could Be a Great Rental Property 

If you want to buy this place and use it as a rental for part of the year, I could see lots of people wanting to rent this place out, especially during the summer months. The house was built in 1969 and the current list price is $1,190,000.  

Let’s look at the photos of this million-dollar lake house in Tool, Texas.   

Lake House For Sale in Tool, Texas

This 3 bedroom and 3 bathroom lake house in Tool, Texas is ready for a family to make memories.

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