Located on northern, relatively quiet stretch of Red River Street, this wood-frame home sits on a lot that measures just a little less than a quarter of an acre (10,400 square feet, to be exact) less than two miles from the University of Texas campus and close to downtown as well as popular north central restaurants and retail.
The house was built in 1941 and has been updated, but retains a number of original features, including a large, shaded front porch; hardwood floors; a fireplace, double-hung, wood-framed windows; and exposed shiplap on walls and ceilings.
Measuring 1,213 square feet, the home has three bedrooms and one bathroom. The kitchen has recently been updated with butcher-block counters and a subway tile backsplash. The roomy back yard features a deck and a storage garage. There is apparently also room to expand, as the sale includes a full set of plans for renovation and expansion from Moontower Design/Build.