The historic Jacob Leser House was built in 1864, but it looks like you can visit several 20th century areas as well on a tour of its interior. German-born Leser built the house next two his log-cabin factory after marrying and added on to it over the years; it was restored and enlarged in 1952, which looks to be the last time the interiors were updated.
The Central Austin limestone, brick, and frame house, a Texas historic landmark, features almost 3,000 square feet of eclectically decorated interior space in a two-building complex. The main has a reception hall, formal living and dining rooms, two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, baths, a library/studio, fireplace, original windows, and 12-foot ceilings. It also has what looks like a nice-sized front porch with gingerbread trim.
An adjacent guest house, which shares a patio, yard, and stone wall with the main house, has one bedroom, one, kitchen, living areas, and workshop/storage room.
For an extra $475,000 the whole shebang can be purchased with the bungalow next door.