The material and finish choices on this two-story South Austin home peg it pretty clearly to its design era, as Creede Fitch notes on his site, where we first spotted the listing. It’s the juxtapositions, really, that define this identifiable but so far unnamed style that ruled the 2000s. Built in 2005, it’s clad in brick and stucco mixed here and there with breeze-block porch and patio walls (nice). The interiors are all concrete floors, blond wood cabinets, glass tile, industrial-style appliances, and apron sinks. Windows are of many different sizes and seem to have been randomly placed. An exposed I-beam supports the roof in the open living/kitchen area. Outside on the large deck, where the absolutely huge views are, are sleek metal railings that continue indoors. These things are, for the most part, still good. The sage green walls and pink ceilings might need some updating, though.
The 2,779-square-foot home has four bedrooms four bedrooms and three bathrooms, the aforementioned capacious, and an attached, two-car garage.
• 1105 East Riverside Drive [Berkshire Hathaway TX Realty]