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Roomy Mueller townhome asks $525K

Light-filled two-story in urban village

4028 Berkman Drive
Mandy Harris, courtesy of The Gill Agency

When the redevelopment of Austin’s former Robert Mueller Municipal Airport kicked off around the turn of this century, the idea that the large, master-planned community would someday be referred to as an “urban village” (in marketing materials, anyway) would have raised more than a few eyebrows. To many, it seemed more like a movie set (specifically, the set of The Truman Show) more than an urban community that would develop organically over time—though to be fair, a master plan was the only realistic way to approach the project.

As with new landscaping, though, things look a lot better once they grow in for a few years. Mueller is an active and attractive place, home to variety of local businesses and community activities, and for the most part walkable/bikeable. Perhaps its biggest selling point is that, unlike many similar suburban developments, it’s centrally located.

This two-story townhome, built in 2009 and professionally maintained, is a great of example of a more “settled in” Mueller—a place with identity and individual style. The 1902-square-foot, contemporary home has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, two living areas, and an office/study. Features include concrete and wood floors, built-in bookcases, and a large skylight that helps make the space bright and airy.

The open-concept first floor features stained and sealed concrete floors, high ceilings, and an island kitchen open to living and dining areas. There’s also a large study/office off the living room.

The master suite has a terrace patio and a soaking tub, separate shower, and dual vanity in the bathroom.

The home has a private courtyard and a two-car garage. The front area is maintained by the homeowner’s association.

4028 Berkman Drive [Eileen Gill, The Gill Agency]