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Sweet Hyde Park cottage asks $440K

Craftsman bungalow was built in 1927

A colorful small wood house painted pale yellow with light green and red accents.
4411 Avenue C
Via Realty Austin

There are a few Hyde Park bungalows on the market right now (and, seemingly, always), but this cheerful Craftsman-style home is a classic: cute and compact, with a big front porch and a charming mien. Built in 1927, the one-story clapboard house measures 784 square feet and has two bedrooms and one bathroom. It has a number of original features as well as those with historical appeal, including high ceilings, wood floors, black-and-white kitchen tiles, and lots of original door and room trim, windows, and doors.

There’s a fenced backyard with what looks like a storage building as well as a vintage, two-car garage. You can also buy the property behind it, at 207 West 45th Street, if you’re in the mood. Both are listed by Realty Austin.

Part of a the front porch of a light yellow house with pale green and rust red accents. There are two chairs flanking a window and part of a door and screen door in the photo.
Small living area painted blue with white trim, exterior door and window on one wall and large double window on another and wood floors.
Vintage-style kitchen with a black and white tile floor, white cabinets, black appliances and counter tops, and two double-hung vintage windows on wall above the sink.
Small wooden dining table and two chairs against a gray wall. A bedroom with a bed, a rug, wooden floors, and a vintage double window can be seen through a doorway.
A bedroom with white walls and wood floors. there’s a bed with a modern-style metal cutout headboard and a living room visible through a door in the background.
A bedroom with pale gray walls, wood floors, four vintage windows, a woven rug, and a bed with a gray bedspread and orange pillow and throw accents.
A bathroom with a pedestal sink, a mirrored cabinet above, and a vintage tub and tiles.