I love a house with some personality, and this oversized covered porch and red door give this house the perfect amount of curb appeal. Inside is small has a good open floor plan and some nice upgrades. The icing on the cake is a huge shady back yard.
Details: 1,316 3 Bed, 2 BathRead More
It's a formula old as time. Take a cute bungalow, paint it white with a pop of color for the door, open the floor plan add an Ikea kitchen and bobs your uncle. The beauty of it is it works, especially if you can pick the right finishes.
Details: 1,200 sqft, 3 Bed 2 BathRead More
Todays quest for affordable housing in Austin stays in a same general area as yesterday. Like Monday's house the small square footage and location help to keep the price down. Today though we sacrifice a bit of curb appeal and in return we get a thoroughly updated interior. Lot's of tastefully updated flooring and a new kitchen and bathroom make this one a great deal.
Details: 1,051 sqft, 3 Bed, 1 BathRead More
There is no doubt that Austin has an affordability problem when it comes to housing. As much as I like to look at eye candy, this week I'm going to focus on homes that are more approachable on a real world budget. First up is this simple 60's ranch home. The low slung roof line, vaulted ceilings and limestone facade all make it a perfect candidate for a mid century makeover. The current owners have started things off for you even. The small footprint and location help keep the price down without compromising livability.
Details: 1,188 sqft, 3 Bed, 3 BathRead More
OK, let's talk about the elephant in the room. I have no idea what is up with the bathroom and bedroom flooring. Do you know what I do see though? A whole lot of affordable potential. Honestly it's better to have no flooring than lousy flooring right?
Details: 1,665 sqft, 3 Bed, 2 BathRead More