At first, we thought it was the colorful, witty staging that attracted us to this 1961 rancher in Far North Austin. (It certainly wasn’t the white tile floors in far too many of its rooms.) Further examination, however, revealed some winning original features—big picture windows, a wood-burning fireplace, green and pink formica, a random brick room divider, and the perfect kitchen clock—that turned a passing fancy into a full-on house crush.
Located on a huge, private lot in the Eubank Acres neighborhood of Far North Austin, the home is no slouch when it comes to outdoor features, either. It has views over Walnut Creek as well as a canopy of large Live Oaks, as well as an outdoor patio, a fire pit, and a gazebo in its fenced backyard.
The 2,649-square-foot, one-story brick house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, a sunroom/den in addition to its main living area, and a dining area separate from its
The kitchen features a mix of new and original appliances and the perfect 1960s-style clock.
In addition to the large, open kitchen/great room area, there is a living room off the foyer and a sunroom that currently functions as a media and dining room.
As befits its original era, the bedrooms are minimally ornamented, but between the two bathrooms, there’s original pink formica, a bathtub, and a separate shower.
In addition to the outdoor living areas, the property has and a storage building, a workshop, and an attached, one-car garage.
• 11902 Indianhead Drive [Realty Austin]