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Vintage Travis Heights bungalow asks $585K

Remodeled 1927 home in prized location

Small white clapboard home with black trim
1905 Brackenridge Street
Mission Real Estate Group

Built in 1927, this fully renovated bungalow in Historic Travis Heights features bright, open living spaces with plenty of natural lighting and a location that’s hard to beat (if you like being close to South Congress, Stacy parks, and Lady Bird Lake, that is).

While it’s definitely of a size that would best suit for those who are into pared-down lifestyles, the clapboard house is bright and pretty, with a decent sized porch and a lot of character. It features modern updates and unique custom finishes throughout, including Silestone counters in the kitchen, recessed lighting, and a master bathroom with a double vanity, a full bathtub, and a walk-in shower.

Floors are all tile and hardwood throughout the home, which weighs in at 1,001 square feet. It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as an attractive open kitchen-living area plan.

Perhaps best of all, it looks to have magnificent heritage trees shading the house in front and back.

Bathrooms have been completely redone with updated features, and there’s a walk-in closet in the master bedroom.

A simply styled carport and gravel drive at the back corner of the lot are adjacent to a grassy, fenced back yard.

1905 Brackenridge Drive [Mission Real Estate Group]