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A 1905 home with a modern back house asks $799K

Photo of a covered porch attached to a vintage home. The front door has a blocked glass transom. There’s a bench under a large window and three posts along the front.
2012 East 16th Street
Via Allure Real Estate

While they used to be omnipresent, it’s getting harder to find houses like this wood-frame one-story in Austin these days. Built in 1905, the Eastside home is filled with historic features and character, while the paint and decor speak to a different, more bohemian history.

The rooms are big and airy, with high ceilings, large double-hung windows, and wood floors, in the original house up front. That one has three bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as a flex space, an entry hall, living and dining rooms, and an updated kitchen with custom cabinets.

In back is a detached, 560-square-foot workshop with an apartment the same size on top. The studio has its own full kitchen and bath, including a soaking tub, and a large balcony among the trees. Asking $798,500 and located at 2012 East 16th Street in the Chestnut neighborhood, the home is listed by Briana Miriani at Allure Real Estate.