If you want to get technical, this Travis Heights home is actually a triplex, with a main house up front and two rental units in back—1,896 total square feet among them. Since it seems to be targeted at buyers who might want to live in the front unit—and since that’s the only building with interior photos on the listing—let’s focus on it.
Built in 1930, the house has been renovated in a way that keeps much of its character. The small but sweet space somehow has two bedrooms (no photos, hmm) and one bathroom, as well as a formal dining room, a den, and a screened patio/porch in back. The one-story frame home also features wood floors and some original-looking cabinets, windows, and doors.
The two rental units have one bedroom and one bathroom each, and both have porches. The three homes share a shady back yard—as well as, of course, a prime location two blocks from South Congress.
The main home has two bedrooms and one bathroom.
Two back rental units provide income opportunity.
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