When we featured this 4,389-square-foot Tarrytown home, we noted that it some top-notch Austin architects were responsible for its design. Built in 1950, it was originally drawn by Arthur Fehr, whose midcentury modern designs are considered local treasures.
Completion of the home was then picked up by Page Southerland Page (now Page), one of the oldest and most esteemed architectural firms in the city, then and now. Both firms’ drawings of the house are at the Austin History Center.
The three-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom house was restored by Don Crowell and Fern Santini and listed in May for $3.95 million; now it’s back asking $3.29 million—a drop of around $66,000. It’s on .48 acres, and the lot next door is for sale, as well, and can be included in the same sale.
• 2408 McCall Road [Moreland Properties]
• Rare Fehr Midcentury Modern Pops Up in Tarrytown [Curbed Austin]