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Bouldin Creek bungalow seeks $700K

Updated 1925 home offers charm in sought-after location

A room with white walls and wood floors. There is an area with dining room furniture and one with living room furniture and a square brass and glass pendant over each.
909 West Gibson Street
Via Redfin

A vintage home in South Austin’s much-coveted Bouldin Creek neighborhood, this 1925 house is blessedly nestled on a stretch of street that hasn’t been overcome by lot-filling new builds.

The vaguely Craftsman-style home has been updated with features including recessed and modern pendant lights, stainless-steel appliances, and contemporary kitchen cabinets and counters. It retains its essentially vintage feel, however, due to its hardwood floors, high ceilings, fireplace, clawfoot tub, and peeks of original materials, such as an exposed brick column in the kitchen.

The one-story, wood-frame home measures 1,236 square feet and has two bedrooms and one bathroom, as well as two living rooms—one with a formal dining area. It’s on a large lot and has a fenced backyard with alley access and a storage building. It’s listed with Crystal Lopez at Redfin.

Exterior of an olive green one-story wooden house with an extended front porch with a gabled roof. There are a garden bed of clumped grass and a tiered sidewalk of large pavers leading to the front door.
A living area with white walls and wood floors, a fireplace enclosing a vintage heater, and a couch and chairs arranged around a small rug and a coffee table.