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Midcentury modern by legendary Austin architect seeks $730K

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Barton Hills home designed by A.D. Stenger

Entry of a midcentury modern home with white walls, white brick with cutouts, stone planter
2312 Rundell Place
Via Caldwell Banker

We can always count on real estate agent and modernism fan Creede Fitch to ferret out the niftiest midcentury homes on the market—like this Coldwell Banker listing for a classic by legendary architect, builder, and developer A.D. Stenger.

Built in 1950, the home is located on a cul-de-sac Barton Hills, one of the Austin neighborhoods where Stenger was a developer and where several of his original houses can be found. The one-story frame house looks like a bit of a fixer-upper, cosmetically speaking, but seems to have its original bones intact for the most part.

As with most Stenger-designed homes, there are some distinctive touches, such as the curvy built-ins. The 1,916-square-foot home has a large brick fireplace, wood floors, walls of windows and French doors, and its original Chambers stove, as well as some upgrades, especially on the energy-efficiency front.

The home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Positioned on a generous lot (0.39 acres), it’s surrounded by large shade trees and looks ripe for some new landscaping but still quite inviting.