Despite the booming property values (and a few quasi-McMansions) it's acquired over the years, the Travis Heights neighborhood is more or less as arty as it always was. Which means: very arty. This remodeled 1930 home and back cottage are therefore just where they need to be.
Rustically crafted on the outside, the two-bedroom, two-bathroom main house has lots of light and space inside. It also has an abundance of reclaimed wood walls, floors, and what look like custom barn- and pocket doors.
In back is its smaller buddy, a one-bedroom, one-bathroom with a loft bedroom and ample space downstairs. There's a total of 1,350 square feet between the two, along with a sweet yard, deck, and a storage shed.
• 1609 Drake Avenue [Redfin]