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Craftsman in historic Hyde Park asks $1.225M

Lovingly resorted house built in 1912

Classic wood Craftsman home with symmetrical, covered front porch, center dormer window, white wooden porch railing and light brown/greenish walls
4106 Avenue B
Via Realty Austin

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]