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Tarrytown classic on the market for $949K

The seller of this 1941 stone home is a designer who skillfully balanced updates with appealing original features.

According to the listing, the owner selling this home is “a highly regarded designer/decorator,” and that shows in the staging at the very least. Regardless of who remodeled it, it showcases its classic origins with fitting updates.

Built in 1941, the stone house is located in west central Austin’s Tarrytown neighborhood on a spacious, leafy lot. Measuring 1,854 square feet, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home features an updated kitchen, a separate dining area, an updated master bathroom with a standing claw foot tub and separate shower, and family room that opens to a stone terrace and yard. The yard has wooden and wrought-iron fences and gates for privacy.

In addition, it includes such vintage features as high ceilings, refinished hardwood floors, and a wood-burning stone fireplace in the living room. Built-in cabinetry and custom drapes and lighting fixtures (which, presumably, remain, since they’re custom and mentioned in the listing) top things off with a flourish.

Bathrooms include a claw-foot tub and separate shower.

The family room opens to a fenced backyard and stone patio.

1703 Vista Lane [Anna Hardeman, The Boutique Real Estate]