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Sophisticated Tarrytown modern wants $3.95M

Stylish home has distinctive features and materials that read as both bold and classic

A one-story, dark gray brick home dark and light exterior wood accents. Three flat roofs hover over distinct, boxy sections.
2623 Pecos Street
Via Engel & Völkers Austin

Designed by award-wining Austin architect Jay Corder in 2016, this stylish contemporary home has distinctive features and materials that read as classic—appropriate for its Tarrytown neighborhood, with its mix of new and traditional, upscale statement homes.

Built of dramatic, black brick with light wood accents and plenty of floor-to-ceiling windows, the multistory house has five bedrooms and six bathrooms.

The drama created by alternating surfaces of brick, wood, and glass continues on the interior of the 5136-square-foot home, which in back looks out on a pool and a separate, grassy courtyard for dining and entertaining. Jennifer Joseph-McCall of Engel & Völkers Austin holds the listing.

Home entry area with blond-wood staircase, wood floors, view to large window and yard in back of the house.
Dining area with black brick and white plaster walls, area under stairs with pants in concrete planters, and a metal pendant light with white bulbs above a black table.
Living area with black brick wall and fireplace, light wood floors, a wall of windows looking out on courtyard dining area, and gray and black furniture.
A kitchen with very light blond wood cabinets and backsplash, a bright white breakfast bar/island, and part of a dark wood dining table with white chairs in the foreground.
Upstairs bedroom with two walls of windows looking out on treetops, white walls, a light wood floor, a bed, and a desk and chair.
Detail of a bathroom with light, striated wall tiles, a freestanding rectangular white bathtub with curved sides that slope from top to bottom, and fixtures for the tub and a shower on the wall.