This two-story home in the extremely popular Clarksville neighborhood was built in 1999, but it does a reasonable job—certainly better than most reproductions—of capturing the general look and key elements of the popular Craftsman style.
The two-story, 1,836-square-foot home’s shingled exterior walls and stone column foundations give it an abundance of curb appeal, and its period-faithful design and high-quality materials make it a good fit for the historic Old West Austin neighborhood. The nice landscaping doesn’t hurt, either.
The home has three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and a library with glass doors and built-in shelves. There are copious windows throughout, most shaded by mature trees that allow indirect sunlight. The large, long backyard has a stone patio and is fenced for privacy and landscaped for a natural, forested look. Located at 1629 West 12th Street, it’s listed by Briana Miriani at Triple Mint Real Estate Austin holds the listing.