The listing for this one-story home describes it as both “midcentury modern” and as a new build, both which can’t technically be true, but we get the idea. Located in the north-central Crestview neighborhood—which does have a lot of houses built in the midcentury era and style—it takes its clues from the homes around it, but it blends ranch-style and contemporary lines and elements, creating a lighter, open, more current effect.
Designed by local firm Webber Studio, the 2,565-square-foot home has an open-concept floor plan, double-height windows, high ceilings, and wood and hard tile floors. It has four bedrooms and three bedrooms as well as a climate-controlled bonus room off the garage.
Built of Hardiplank-style siding and stucco, the frame home is on an extra-large yard, and its floor-to-ceiling windows in back look out on a generously sized, covered patio and fenced yard. In front is a fun entrance wall made of cutout concrete blocks, which provide privacy as well as being visually delicious.
More fun stuff inside includes a divider with vertical wood slats, light-blue custom cabinets, and spherical pendant lamps in the kitchen and vast living area.
The master bathroom has a full, separate bath and walk-in shower.
The house has a two-car garage and a backyard large enough for a pool.
• 1215 Pasadena Drive [Select Austin Real Estate]