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Ranch-style Westwood home asks $850K

Updated 1960 house on large lot

Entrance of 1960s ranch-style house with stepping stones, large tree, gray walls and big stone chimney
501 Honeycomb Ridge
Wilson Goldrick Realtors

A charming and well-kept place, this home in Westwood—a little chunk carved out of West Lake Hills that is technically an Austin, not West Lake, neighborhood—is essentially ranch-style, but it has some crossover modern features as well.

The flat roofs on two wings of the house, with a peaked roof and vaulted ceilings in the middle, comes to mind, as does the big stone fireplace with prominently placed chimney and flanking, floor-to-ceiling windows with angular clerestories atop.

The kitchen has been updated to a sort of traditional-contemporary style but still features a pop of mod with its pendant light fixture.

The 2,297-square-foot home is located on a .4 acres and has a nice, long stone patio as as well as a big back yard and mature trees in front and back.

The house has four bedrooms and two bathrooms, although the listing notes that the fourth bedroom was converted to a study—something that seems easily reversible.

501 Honeycomb Ridge [Wilson & Goldrick Realtors]