The one-story frame house at 1704 Alameda Drive is one of those classic Travis Heights home a certain kind of vintage-home lover dreams of. It’s all exposed shiplap and wood floors, built-in cabinets and archways to match. It’s perched on a tree-lined street, it has a big, fenced backyard just across an alley-lined road from Little Stacy Park from the back. Built in 1936 with recent updates that include the HVAC system and pier-and-beam foundation, the 1,286-square-foot house has three bedrooms and one bathroom, as well as a bonus room that could be an office or another living area. Sue Lindell at Realty Austin holds the listing.