In addition to being located on a street that shares a name with a once-beloved and now probably completely forgotten television series, this sweet, small house possesses vintage charms of its own. Located just east of Springdale Road in the MLK-183 neighborhood, which is becoming increasingly popular with buyers and renters, in part due to a variety of walkable attractions including coffee shops, artists’s studios, and recreational spaces such as the Austin Bouldering Project, which complements the still-lush landscape that indicates its proximity to the East Boggy Creek Greenbelt.
Built in 1930, the 1,008-square-foot home has three bedrooms and one bathroom. It features a spacious, open layout with sunny rooms throughout, woodlike flooring in the living room, and an updated kitchen with stainless appliances, tile flooring, wood cabinets, and a subway-tile backsplash, along with a utility room. There’s also a detached workshop/storage shed in the spacious backyard, which features mature trees and landscaping.
• 4604 Alf Avenue [Realty Austin]