At 892 square feet, this spiffy one-story home isn’t really even small enough to qualify as a tiny house or even a small apartment. But, being as it’s freestanding, has a lawn, and is located in the Far South Austin suburb of Buckingham Estates, it’s understandable that it might be seen that way—especially when compared to your average single-family home on the local market.
Built in 1982, the brick-and-frame home was renovated in 2017. It now has a vaulted ceiling with a custom cedar beam in the living area, shaker cabinets and quartz countertops in the kitchen and bathroom, stainless steel appliances, and West Elm lighting. While the interior design can veer into the Texas-obsessed (starting but by no means ending with the Longhorns-logo street number painted on the curb), it’s nicely put together and highlights the flow and best qualities of every room.
Located at 8506 Ruddington Drive, the home has two bedrooms and one bathroom. It’s on on a large, fully fenced corner lot with a fenced backyard, garden, and covered wood deck. Many things convey. The listing is held by Aaron Jistel at ListingSpark.