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Woodsy charmer in South Austin asks $600K

Stone house was originally built as a ‘honeymoon cottage’

Small stone home with peaked roof and chimney
2310 Euclid Avenue
Via Estately

We’re not sure what a “honeymoon cottage” is, or was, but we can guess. According to the listing, this frame home with a stone facade was originally built, in 1936, to be one.

It certainly looks cozy, especially for lovers of the warm wood tones of the exposed shiplap and ceilings, wooden floors, and exposed stone (likely the original exterior) throughout much of the house. There’s also what looks like an original, working fireplace for even more warmth.

The listing also relates that the current owners have lived in the house for 23 years and (presumably after removing truckloads of sheetrock from the original house) have added on to the original structure, creating a second living area in the back of the home.

The 1,587-square-foot house, located deep in South Austin’s Zilker neighborhood, has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It also has a fenced backyard and deck shaded by those sweet Live Oaks found throughout the area.

The kitchen transitions into an addition, which is currently a second living area.

The two bedrooms and two bathrooms are part of the original home.

The two-car garage is currently a storage building but can be converted back to a garage.

2310 Euclid Avenue [Michael Underwood, Rave Real Estate]