This Barton Hills home was designed by Austin midcentury master A.D. Stenger, who designed and built more than 100 homes in the city in the 1950s.
While the home has been modified over the years, it retains alll of Stenger’s original designs—the floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace and vaulted, beamed ceilings are some of his trademarks.
More Stenger’s of work can be found in the peaked roof, large windows allowing indoor-to-outdoor transition, exposed wood beams, organic materials, and open floor plan.
The home was redesigned in 1990 and offers three bedrooms and three full bathrooms in 1,791 square feet. It has hardwood floors throughout; a remodeled ensuite master bathroom with soaking tub, double vanity and walk-in closet; a new with built-in, wrap-around benches and wooden privacy fence; and a carport, workshop and outdoor storage shed.
• 1907 Paramount [Coldwell Banker]