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Hyde Park Cottage Has Loads of Original Features, Including Some Quirky Ones

Renovated 1932 home on corner lot asks $565K

Few are the longtime Austinites who have not had at least a passing fancy to live in the proverbial little Hyde Park bungalow. This 1932 home, with three bedrooms and one bathroom, is practically the Platonic ideal of that imagined residence.

At 1,232 square feet, the frame house is modest in size, but long on charm, with high ceilings, original windows, and stained trim, original french doors, and hardwood waxed floors throughout. It has a one-car detached garage built in 2006 in board-and-batten style with repurposed wood from original garage.

There's a sprinkler system, for the decent sized yard. If that's not enough greenery, you can walk to Shipe Park and pool.

4313 Avenue D [Realty Austin]