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Historic East Side landmark asks $2.5M

Meet the Lindemann House

Victorian-style yellow-brown brick house with covered front porch, peaked roof with two gables, red steps
1100 East 8th Street
Via Dochen Realtors

A two-story, brick home on a hill, the historic Lindemann House is a longtime fixture of East Austin, having been built there in the 1890s. Almost hidden from the street by mature foliage that cascades down its steep front steps, it’s lovely but not showy. The stately main house features a generous, covered porch, long-leaf pine floors, 14-foot ceilings, two fireplaces, built-in bookcases, a metal roof, nice architectural details of its era, and a view of close-by downtown from the second-floor veranda. The master suite has double vanities, a full bathtub, and a separate shower.

In back of the home is a large patio space, a pool, a spa/hot tub, and a fire pit. In addition, there’s a detached studio apartment with kitchen facilities, a bathroom, and a separate entrance. The main house and studio together measure 3,522 square feet and have four bedrooms and three bathrooms. There are two covered parking spaces on the property.

1100 East 8th Street [Dochen Realtors]