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Midcentury home by Austin master asks $1.125M

1965 A.D. Stenger house in West Lake Hills

Stone midcentury house with symmetrical peaked roof
412 Ridgewood Road in West Lake Hills
Via Wilson Goldrick Realtors

This West Lake Hills home was designed by Austin architect and developer A.D. Stenger, whose midcentury modern homes continue to enthrall fans of the period. Built in 1965, the 2,200-square foot, one-story house has been well-maintained and retains its original lines, especially apparent in its symmetrical, stucco-and-stone exterior.

Inside, the four-bedroom, three-bathroom house has been updated quite a bit, and not always in the style or spirit of the original. Still, it retains its basic shape, with vaulted, beamed ceilings and a large wall of windows in the open kitchen/living area, facing a pool and private, fenced backyard with ample space for entertainment and greenery.

The updated kitchen has a breakfast bar, silestone counters, and stainless appliances. The master suite features a large walk-in shower and spacious closet, and the three additional bedrooms offer flexibility allowing for use as office space, a guest room, or a studio.

412 Ridgewood Road [Cindy Goldrick, Wilson Goldrick Realtors]