Small home is hidden away close-in Westlake (Sold)
On a very scenic hillside lot.
Offered here is a vanishing breed--small home, big lot and so close-in Westlake you are only a short drive from Austin's art, theater and restaurant districts. The one-story, free-flowing design has 4 bedrooms, 2-baths, 2-car garage and 1,944 square feet. You will need to do some updating, but the home has already received impressive updates to the original house. And if there is a Dora-The-Explorer in your family wait until you read all about the hillside lot just waiting for adventure.
Architect designed with pool and gardens (sold)
On a private cul-de-sac, this very custom home sits on 1.4 acres. This is a romantic house. Shaped like a natural pond, the pool has two waterfalls. The flower and her gardens here will make you swoon. You can dine al fresco amid roses. Cute deer live here! There is a sitting area in the master
closet. Interior floors are stained concrete in a copper-colored patina.
A 1-story. No homes in back(sold)
At last, here is a 1-story. It is in a gated enclave. No houses in back, it has a view of the golf course and hill country. On one of the large, 100-foot lots, the 4-bedroom plan has three baths, two living areas and about 3,524 sqaure feet.
The U-shaped footprint leaves a courtyard area in front with garages on each side.
It may be the perfect hill country home (sold)
Along a road often written up as one of most scenic west of Austin
This may just be the most alluring hill country property you will ever find at this price. It is modern. It was architect designed and includes all kinds of outbuildings--art studio, workshop/barn and a cute chicken coop. There's more--two master bedrooms, casita for guests, and the most FUN feature of all--a bonafide English-style pub in the entry. The location is in the epicenter of a stretch of hill country that always makes the short list when articles are written about "most scenic drives".
Venerable old Austin on oversized lot (sold)
Has a family of deer that live in the back yard.
Here is a tempting price if you will do the updating. On a quiet, picturesque little street, this four bedroom home has about 2,790 sq. ft. This is an ideal residence for a number of reasons. The floorplan has a good "flow" of rooms, and it is sitting on an unusually large piece of land--both wide and deep. The back yard goes back just over 60 feet--plenty of space for a garden, pool or playground. Most importantly, the large lot creates enough impervious cover to allow for substantial size to be added to the existing residence (per the City's permitting codes). You could end up with a house just over 5,000 sq. ft. If not important to you, it could add a large bump in value in any future resale. Click the link above to read all about it.
Small, Mid-Century modern (sold).
Best for buyer willing to remodel.
It is a small, architecturally significant residence surrounded by mansions. It was built by Dr. Lansing Thorne in 1956, and it was designed by architect, Roland G. Roessner.
This may just be the most original Mid-Century modern left in Austin as it appears to be in near original condition!
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