This house isn’t dramatic or flashy, but there is something about it that I really love. Maybe it’s the fantastic collection of mid century furniture, or maybe it’s mature landscaping. Either way, sign me up.
Details: 2,598 sf, 4 Bed, 3 BathRead More
I’m absolutely in love with this 1960 mid century modern home just off of Balcones. It’s got everything a quintessential mid-century home should have, post and beam construction, cork, terrazzo, and oodles of clerestory windows. The indoor pool is a bit quirky but I’m not mad at it at all.
Details: 2,138 sf, 3 Bed, 3 BathRead More
It’s a bummer that there weren’t more split level homes built in Austin back in the 70’s. This one is a great example of how they can add just the right amount of interest to an interior space.
Details: 2,326 sf, 3 Bed, 3 BathRead More
There is a lot to love on this 70’s rand home, especially for the price. Unfortunately there are a few things that aren’t as good either. This would be the perfect home for someone with some creative vision on a tight budget. Move in as is, then slowly update it as budget allows.
Details: 2,686 sf, 3 Bed, 2 BathRead More
Just when I thought this was going to be a slow week this amazing 70’s contemporary house designed by Clovis Heimsath pops up. I love how minimal and simple it is from the street and how dynamic and sculptural it is from the back. That fireplace is pretty rad too.
Details: 3,035 sf, 4 Bed, 4 BathRead More