Of all the Stengers left in Austin—homes by midcentury-modern architect and builder A.D. Stenger, that is—this one-story wonder in Zilker is undoubtedly one of the best and most well kept. Yes, you can quibble about whether the ceilings should be white or bathrooms contemporized; you will be pointed to the original stonework, the amazing front facade and chimney, the carport, the cork floors, and the clerestory windows, for starters.
Built in 1956, the original home has an addition and a recent kitchen and dining remodel by Austin architect Stuart Sampley, putting it at 2,450 square feet. It has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, a second living area with a refrigerated wine closet, all the tech things, and a private side yard with a plunge pool, Ipe deck, and playscape along with lush landscaping. Located at 1105 Azie Morton Road, the home is asking $1.695 million and is listed by Drew Marye at the Marye Company.