This lovingly restored home in the historic Hyde Park neighborhood will no doubt fill lovers of the Craftsman style with wonder and glee. Built in 1912, the two-story, frame home displays many of the style’s features—either original to the house or historically appropriate—without going overboard. Those include a generous, covered front porch; high ceilings; stained-glass and multi-paneled doors, dividers, and windows; wood floors; wide window frames, door trim, and baseboards; built-in shelving and bookcases; and two fireplaces. Contemporary updates in the kitchen and bathroom are connected to the historic style with similar materials and details such as vintage-style light fixtures.
The 3,313-square-foot home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms, as well as a library, a butler’s pantry off the kitchen, a private sitting room in the master bedroom, and formal living and dining rooms in addition to its open kitchen-living area. There’s a screened-in porch as well as a deck in the backyard.
The kitchen has a breakfast area, a breakfast bar, a center island, granite/marble counter tops, and a butler’s pantry. It opens on to the family room.
There are two bedrooms on each floor.
The property has a screened-in porch and open deck in the backyard as well as two off-street parking spaces.
• 4106 Avenue B [Realty Austin]