But for the subtle clue given by the deep purple siding, one might never guess that just behind the door of this relatively unassuming Bouldin Creek home is an interior landscape awash in pink. Many, many different shades and tones of pink, set off with interludes of purple.
So whoever decorated/lived in/staged this house loves them some pink and purple. And what’s wrong with that? Also, most of it is paintable, and there are other attractions to this 1,750-square-foot house, built in 1964. In addition to its three bedrooms—two with walk-in closets—and two bathrooms, it has an office with storage space, a roomy laundry room with a sink, and a backyard storage building.
Then there’s the backyard itself, with a large patio/deck, a sort of grassy knoll, and lots of homespun, funky décor that’s largely free of pink and purple influences. It’s also located in a South Austin neighborhood and walkable to many hearts’ desires, including South Congress and Zilker Park.
A flex room off the living/dining area is currently used as an office.
Two of the bedrooms have walk-in closets.
The fenced backyard features a covered porch and partly-covered deck, a stone walkway, and a building currently used for storage.
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