A three-story house with a glass-walled front (and many on the sides and behind, as well), this home appears open and private at the same time, set back from the street and ensconced in trees whose tops skirt third story.
Located in the popular South Austin neighborhood of Bouldin Creek, just off South Congress Avenue, the house was built in 1999—and, according to the listing, has had many upgrades since then.
Measuring 3,671 square feet, the expansive home has three bedrooms and and five bathrooms, with the master bedroom encompassing the entire third floor. The second floor is the main living space, with a bedroom that has its own deck, while the ground level features a kitchen with two full bathrooms and a separate entrance and thus a number of possible uses.
There ‘s a gated entrance and floor-to-ceiling windows everywhere, which make it seem on could step out into the forest of trees surrounding the home. Outside are more living areas and views, including those from a rooftop deck measuring more than 1,200 square feet. A fire pit, outdoor kitchen views, and downtown views complete that entertainment space.