This mid-century home has some nicely executed updates, but the original floor plan and many original details seem to be intact and in fantastic shape. It is also situated on a gorgeous, one-acre lot in the Hill Country, overlooking a canyon and is integrated well into the natural environment.
Built in 1951, the 2,578-square-foot home features a number of midcentury hallmarks, including stacked-stone walls and chimney, floor-to-ceiling windows, and vaulted, beamed ceilings—all of which function to blend indoors and outdoors. The natural lighting in all of its rooms does that as well.
The home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and features polished concrete and reclaimed pine floors throughout. There is a covered deck with a wee attached workshop off the master suite and a small office that has its own entrance.
The kitchen has been upgraded with high-end appliances, and there’s an oversized wine fridge in utility room (because what better time to partake than laundry hour?).
• 1200 Redbud Trail [Eric Moreland, Moreland Properties]