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Expertly redesigned 1930 Zilker home asks $899K

Charming house featured in local and national magazines

Living room with wallpaper, mod gold pendant fixture, gray chouches and wall with 1930s woodwork, purple accent pillows and purple rug
1810 Frazier Avenue

We remember this lovely South Austin home from its appearance on Tribeza magazine’s first Interiors Tour in 2014. Characterized by bold color and charming whimsy, the interiors were designed by Kim West, an Austinite who had moved to from New York the same year, jumping from her former career in fashion to one in home design with the establishment of her local business, Well Dressed Space.

The 2,144-square-foot South Austin home, built in 1930, has also been featured HGTV magazine. It has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as two living rooms, a playroom, and an attic storage room.

Its many remaining historic details and styles include high ceilings, long-leaf pine floors, original wooden windows, beamed and beadboard ceilings, and its large front porch (swing included).

Modern touches included designer lighting, spacious closets, updated kitchen appliances, the creation of an open living area, and landscaping that includes an irrigation system.

1810 Frazier Avenue [David West, Urban Core Realty]