This unique 1951 home isn’t downtown, but it’s really close. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom house was is a fairly typical ranch-style, but has some nifty touches such as hardwood floors, knotty pine built-ins, a stacked limestone fireplace, and a Dutch door leading to a screened-in porch (not to mention the pink bathroom). The windows, kitchen, and main bathroom have been updated.
The 1,705-square-foot home is on a wooded, 19,214-square-foot lot—a kind of unbelievable size for its location: in the Deep Eddy neighborhood just west of MoPac, blocks from Lions Municipal Golf Course and the lake, and a mile from downtown.
If gamboling about your own wooded half-acre isn’t your style, the listing notes that the land could be subdivided.