Joining the deluge of excellently remodeled modern homes on the market this week (not to mention homes on Redbud Trail) is this two-story gem in West Lake Hills. Built in 1968, it was thoroughly and carefully overhauled by the firm of Austin architect Jay Corder in 2011.
Recent updates, made in collaboration with Wheelhouse Design, include a new color palette for the interior walls and cabinetry; new carpet, windows, and doors; Thermador appliances, and whole-house smart features including automated home security and entertainment systems.
Located on a more than an acre of land, the home is surrounded by mature trees and landscaping, as well as a lap pool, and features elevated canyon and city views from the lush back yard.
The 4,768-square-foot stone house has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, including a guest suite. The redesign also showcases period details including built-in bookcases, beamed and vaulted ceilings, fireplace, and an open living plan.
The updated kitchen includes a built-in coffee machine, double ovens, and a wine refrigerator.
The master bedroom includes two closets, a double vanity, a sitting room, and double vanity and walk-in shower in the bathroom.
• 609 Redbud Trail [Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty]