Supremely located at 1304 South Third Street in Bouldin Creek, approximately halfway between South First and South Lamar streets and a block or so from Nicholas Dawson Park, a new home by lauded local firm FAB Architecture is built in a way that allows appreciation of the the neighborhood’s natural beauty as well as privacy from the hustle and bustle from nearby commercial streets.
Built in 2017, the two-story home features swaths of windows and glass doors that overlook a terraced yard, a pool, and heritage oaks. It’s located on a fenced corner lot and surrounded by thick, tall greenery, allowing indoor-outdoor living on its private, leafy site.
The 2,385-square-foot home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms and an open, flowing design in the downstairs, living, kitchen and dining areas. The finishes and fixtures tend toward the minimal, working with the white oak floors and 10.5-foot ceilings to keep the focus on the open, light environment.
The home, which also has alley access and a two-car garage, is listed by Austin Fine Properties.