Austin architect Emily Little does much more than historic preservation, but she does have a long list of prestigious list of restoration and protection projects under her belt, including such landmarks as the city's moonlight towers and the J.P. Schneider store on West Second Street.
Little utilized that expertise in designing this Bear Creek compound around an 1860s homestead that was still on the property in 1993.
In addition to the cabin, the 3.19-acre ranch includes a main house and a a studio with guest quarters—a total of four bedrooms and three and a half baths in 2,688 square feet—along with a four-horse barn. The creekfront property has a pool, a hot tub, and xeriscaped grounds.
• 8000 White Hawk Circle [Redfin]