Okay, this 1920s home was not remodeled entirely with reclaimed materials. It's more like the re-do exposed and stayed true to the original, fairly humble structure (wooden walls and floors)—and maybe a door or two—adding some old-timey pendant lamps and a modern white kitchen along the way.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom home is classic for its historic Swede Hill neighborhood, in Central East Austin. Despite its proximity to downtown, neighbors have managed to maintain a close-knit, quiet, residential feel in the area.
The 1,248-square-foot home has been changed to have the kind of open floor plan more popular today, and a
2015 remodel included windows, HVAC, pvc plumbing, foundation, electrical service, and bathroom and kitchen upgrades.
• 1011 East 14th Street [Redfin]