When this home was listed in May, it seemed to be positioned as a teardown or big remodel. Despite its prime location with 200 feet of waterfront on Lake Austin, fetching period style, and a unique waterfall feature, the structure itself seemed to be a hard sell, and there were no current interior photos on the listing.
Now it has resurfaced, seemingly with a pretty snazzy remodel, asking $1 million less than it was listed for last spring.
The 2,034-square-foot house sits on 1.7 acres full of mature trees, with two sections astride a wet-weather creek that becomes a waterfall flowing down to the lake when it rains.
Built in 1969, the frame home has three bedrooms and two-bathrooms and features a loosely midcentury style, with tiered, flat roofs extending over the porches, interior rock walls, and long, low lines inside and out.
It also has multiple-level decks and patios overlooking the lake, and, naturally, a three-level boat dock.
• 3821 Westlake Drive [Moreland Properties]