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Small vintage home in Travis Heights seeks just under $600K

Renovated 1940 home across from Big Stacy Park

Small wood-frame house painted blue
709 East Live Oak Street
Via SEED Property Group

Small, really cute vintage homes seem to keep making themselves known in the local real estate listings this week. This one is a charming frame home built in 1940, and its update has preserved the low-key but comfortable feel of its era.

Located in South Austin’s very popular Travis Heights neighborhood, the 986-square-foot house has the expected two bedrooms and one bathroom. There are wood and hard tile floors, period windows, and high ceilings throughout the house. The kitchen has granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances.

The home’s exterior features small front and back porches with beadboard ceilings and room for expansion. Located across the street from Big Stacy Park, the house also has gated front and back yards with cedar fencing and gates, two off-street parking spaces, and a fairly large amount of space for gardens and entertainment areas.

709 East Live Oak Street [SEED Property Group]