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Vintage Rosedale home with updates asks $1.2M

1938 build has received an overhaul but retains many period features

1939 wood frame home, sage green, addition in back
4314 Shoalwood Avenue
Via Realty Austin

What looks like it started out as a small but elegant frame home in the 1930s has receiving a thorough overhaul, but and likely an addition, but it maintains the feel and many of the features of its original era.

The two-story, 3,149-square-foot home, located in the Rosedale neighborhood near Ramsey Park, has six bedrooms and three bathrooms. Local architect Chuck Krueger pumped up the luxury a bit, but not overly.

There are high end finishes and features throughout, including real wood cabinetry, granite counters, a six-burner commercial stove, a full-size, stainless steel freezer and refrigerator, custom built-ins a huge mudroom with added storage lockers. The house also features a central vacuum and tankless water heater,

There are still plenty of nifty historic (or reproduction) features, including hardwood floors and period-style window frames, that blend well with statement pendant lamps and the like. A stone patio, deck, and grassy yard space continue the fun out back.

The listing helpfully provides photos of rooms staged and unstaged.

The kitchen features real wood cabinets and a six-burner stove.

The home is surrounded by mature foliage, including shade trees.

4314 Shoalwood Avenue [Realty Austin]