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Beautifully updated 1915 Zilker home asks $2.45M

Sophisticated South Austin remodel enhances original structure

Photo of a Greek Revival 1915 house
215 Park Lane
Via Realty Austin

This lovely remodel of a vintage home that’s positioned just the right number of blocks from the South Congress strip (close but not bustling) commands attention on the basis of location alone, but it also boasts a seamlessly integrated addition, a lot measuring almost half an acre, and many more inviting features. Oh, and it has a guest house.

The original, one-story home, built in 1915, now measures 3,336 square feet and has five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. A substantial remodel preserves and references the original structure with features including a central brick fireplace that grounds the main living area and wood floors throughout.

The secluded, fully fenced lot is shaded by multiple heritage oak trees, landscaping that enhances privacy, multiple patios, and a deck, pool, and spa.

In addition, there is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest house that opens on to the pool area and looks quite luxurious in its own right.

The kitchen features a breakfast bar and natural stone counters and opens on to an enclosed sunroom, which in turn leads to a bedroom.

The property includes a pool as well as a one-bedroom guest house with bathroom and full kitchen.

215 Park Lane [Ashley Austin Homes]