This large home in West Lake Hills was built in 1970, and it boasts quite a bit of the eccentric style more common to the neighborhood in that era. It reads as a fixer-upper, but, going by the photos, that might apply largely to cosmetic issues. A buyer who loves green in all its forms—but especially spring-green shag carpeting that lends a slightly mini-golf feel to some of the rooms—will have fewer of those issues.
In terms of structural design, the 6,468-square-foot, three-story home holds a lot of potential appeal to those who embrace the charms to be found in a 1970s/1960s-influenced abode. Made of frame and stone, with long, low-angled roofs, it has loads of windows, beamed ceilings, and long balconies, accessible by sliding glass doors, that stretch across the back of the second and third floors. (Also: Is that terrazzo that we see in a couple of the rooms? Hard to tell. But a hopeful sign.)
The seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom home has stone walls in its double-height living area and in the kitchen, as well as a fireplace in the family room. One of the many green-carpeted rooms also has a wet bar.
Located on 1.32 acres, the house has a four-car garage as well as a patio and two balconies along the back.
• 1406 Circle Ridge West [FSBO, Owners.com]