Posts in Northwest Hills
4022 Greenhill

While it is admittedly difficult to focus on anything other than the carpet, this is a house with loads of potential. Those huge windows, the terrazzo floors all make perfect elements to base a remodel on. Kitchens and bathrooms clearly need some help, but at least that means you get to do it right. 

Price: $599,900

Details: 2,233 sqft, 3 Bed, 3 Bath

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8719 Tallwood

This amazing house with it's dual hexagons was designed / built by commercial architect Luther Gilmer in 1969 for his family. I absolutely love the design and the expansive sliding glass doors everywhere. It reminds me a lot of the home I posted about in Wooten a few years ago. Hopefully this goes to a good owner that updates it well.  

Price: $675,000

Details: 2,672 sqft, 4 Bed, 3 Bath

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5947 Highland Hills : O. Carl Happel

My latest listing is a true mid century modern gem. It was designed by UT staff architect O. Carl Happel for his family in 1966. He would live there with his family for nearly 4 decades. The home is unique, featuring 8' doors and 9+ foot ceilings in the lowest areas. It also is an upside down floor plan with the living room, kitchen and bedrooms all sitting on the top story in the tree tops. The front door is accessed via a wide bridge that connects it to the street. 

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Price: $999,000

Details: 3,243 sqft, 5 Bed, 4 Bath

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4005 Knollwood

I'm always surprised that there aren't more mid century modern inspired new builds. If you were going to pick someone to do it, Clayton and Little would be a good pick thanks to their vast experience with historic preservation and adaptive reuse. I the warm brick and wood used in this project, and I think clerestory windows are always delightful. This project does an incredible job of walking the line between modern and mid century modern. 

Price: $1,650,000

Details: 3,525 sqft, 5 Bed, 5 Bath

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