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Distinctive property overlooking Pease Park asks $3.4M

An expansive Pemberton Heights contemporary shows off Austin’s natural resources

A modern-traditional living room with a large triple window with simple decorative detail at the top, possibly transoms. A couch, a daybed, two round and oversized ottoman-type chairs are arranged around a rectangular glass-topped coffee table with a bamboo base.
2406 Pemberton Parkway
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Perched on a forested hillside overlooking Pease Park, this two-story home is fairly new, as Old West Austin goes—it was built in 2005—but the brick-and-stucco exterior does such a good job of being subdued and unobtrusive, it almost blends into the surrounding landscape, reading like a secret hideaway.

Inside, large windows and bright white walls continue to let the trees outside do a lot of the talking. But this isn’t a sleek, modern affair; it’s an unstuffy traditional with some glitzy accents, including a stunning master bathroom with a freestanding tub and a metallic mix of kitchen fixtures and furniture.

There are wood and stone floors throughout the 4,874-square-foot home, which has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. It also features high ceilings, two living areas, a screened porch/breezeway with a fireplace.

In back are more lovely seating and entertainment areas under tall trees. There’s also, of course, a putting green. The listing for the home at 2406 Pemberton Parkway is held by Diane Humphreys at Moreland Properties. It’s on the market for $3,375,000

A large rectangular room with a glass coffee table, armchairs, and large round ottomans in the foreground. The kitchen is in the back and has an island/breakfast bar with two chandeliers overhead. There’s a sitting area with a small table near windows to the right. arched doorways flank a paining of a person with an umbrella on the back wall.
The open-plan living and kitchen area is filled with filtered sunlight.
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An closer view of the open kitchen with a breakfast bar island. There are two modern chandeliers over the island and four horseshoe-shaped, cushioned bar stools in front. The back counter has a stovetop in the middle, a triptych of windows on the wall, cabinets and drawers below, and floor to ceiling cabinets on each site. The left side has a refrigerator designed with the same finish as the cabinets. There’s an inset microwave and oven on the wall adjacent to the right of the tall cabinets.
Kitchen bling
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A small dining room with an arched doorway to the left, a glass table with rounded corners surrounded by six chairs, a large bronze modern telescoping chandelier above, a rug below, a window on one wall, and a large painting on the other.
Dining room bling
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A simple bedroom with wood floors, a barn door, and a large window with a slatted shade. There’s a rug on the floor and a bed with and upholstered frame against one wall and a large mirror and bench with a curved back against the opposite wall.
One of the home’s four bedrooms
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A bathroom with a modern oval freestanding tub and dramatic wall-sized marble backsplash. A full-length counter with cabinets and drawhers and two sinks lines the opposite wall. There are wood-framed mirrors in wobbly circular shapes above each sink. There’s a high set of three windows in the back and possible more blocked by the tub backsplash wall.
The master bathroom
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A patio made of irregular sone with chairs arranged under a pergola and trees and foliage all around.
One of the home’s several outdoor entertainment and lounging areas
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