For those who love the style, a well-maintained Spanish Colonial Revival home without too many alterations can be a dream. That dreaminess is evident in a two-story, stucco home that recently went on the market in the pricey but lovely, historic Old West Austin neighborhood. The elegance of the house—built in 1922 and being sold by only the second family to live in it—is enough of a draw on its own, but the fact that it was built by Austin civil engineer Percy Pennybacker (you may know him from the Highway 360 bridge named in his honor) adds that kick of specialness to the property.
The 3,218-square-foot home is tucked away on a corner lot on a quieter part of Enfield Road, west of where it splits with 15th Street. It has four bedrooms and three bathrooms and features original hardwood floors, a fireplace, a wine cellar, and a large, screened-in porch with brick and limestone flooring. It’s located at 1105 Enfield Road and is listed by Hills of Texas Sky Realty.