Located in a sweet spot in the Aldridge Place historic district, on a row of houses of similar size and vintage just off Speedway, this Spanish Colonial Revival home is named for former resident Ocie Speer, a prominent Austin lawyer and jurist from the turn of the 20th century through the 1950s. Built in 1925, the home has a number of original and period features, including the original stucco and tile fireplace, stained glass, arched doorways and passageways, beamed ceiling, Saltillo tile and wood floors, and French doors. Upgrades include granite counters in the kitchen and double vanities and a jetted tub in the master bathroom.
The 3,968-square-foot home has four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, three living areas, and two dining areas in the two-story main house. Situated on a large, green lot with mature trees and gardens, it has a private, covered patio in the backyard, as well as a pool and a separate guest house with its own kitchenette and bathroom.
• 107 West 33rd Street [Jay Donieux]