Posts in Zilker
2401 Spring Creek

I see some many flip and spec built houses that it’s always so refreshing to see something like this with thoughtful and unique details. The fireplace mantle may be the show stopper here, but I think the back painted backsplash in the kitchen next to the maple cabinetry are my favorite.

Price: $959,000

Details: 2,055 sf, 3 Bed, 2 Bath

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900 Jessie

I have to admit I almost swiped left on this one because of the rear facade. Luckily the curbside seems to have gotten a bit more attention to proportion. The inside is simple, but quite lovely. A little art work would really pop in that interior.

Price: $1,995,000

Details: 2,944 sf, 4 Bed, 4 Bath

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900 Jessie

A slow hand clap to this house for keeping it simple. I appreciate the distinct volumes and the simple pallet both inside and outside on this project. All too often with these higher end projects they try and complicate things when really less is more.

Price: $1,995,000

Details: 2,944 sf, 4 Bed, 4 Bath

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1904 Cresthaven

This is a great house that hasn’t quite yet met it’s full potential. The 70’s ranch bones are perfect, and it looks updated and well maintained, but something tells me a little modern makeover inside would put this one over the top.

Price: $849,000

Details: 2,102 sf, 4 Bed, 2 Bath

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1601 Bauerle

This is one of those house that I love for keeping it simple. It’s not the most impressive from an architecture standpoint but I appreciate that it doesn’t feel like it’s trying too hard. Keep it simple stupid. KISS.

Price: $1,300,000

Details: 2,488 sqft, 4 Bed, 3 Bath

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