This 1969 atomic ranch was designed by architect Bill Coleman and has been well maintained since. It looks like there have been some updates, mid to late 90’s if my eyes aren’t fooling me. The bones however are solid. With a little love and some elbow grease this one could be beyond amazing. If anyone has more info on Bill Coleman send it my way. I know he did a few custom homes here in Austin way back when.
Details: 1,676 sf, 3 Bed, 2 BathRead More
Well shucks. There just really isn’t anything better than a good flat roofed mid century modern home. This one isn’t much to look at on the inside, but just think of it as a blank slate. A big beautiful blank slate. Bonus; all the boring stuff (plumbing, wiring, windows) have already been updated.
Details: 1,631 sf, 2 Bed, 2 BathRead More
I love a good updated mid century modern home. This one got a complete overhaul in 2015, and while they did a great job on the interior, it’s the landscaping by Sitio Design that is blowing my mind. Having taken on the majority of the landscaping at our house I learned two thing, it’s expensive as hell, and harder than it looks.
Details: 2,161 sf, 3 Bed, 2 BathRead More
This house started out as a 1962 ranch home, but a thoughtful update has added square footage without compromising the look from the curb. I love the minimal interior pallet and the juxtaposition of the original home and the two story addition.
Details: 3,869 sf, 5 Bed, 5 BathRead More
I love the architectural aspects of this Dick Clark & Associates designed house, but I feel like they missed a bit on the interiors. Maybe it just needs some furniture, but those walnut cabinets look so imposing. Don’t even get me started on the wood flooring upstairs either…
Details: 3,500 sqft, 4 Bed, 5 BathRead More