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Charming, petite North Loop bungalow seeks $450K

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The two-bedroom house is perfectly appointed with no room to spare

A house with blue siding, a green door, and a wood shutter features a small covered front porch.
The house’s curb presence suggests some of the classic upgrades that have been made inside.
Allison Cartwright of Twist Tours

Sometimes good things come in small packages, and that’s particularly true of this petite North Loop bungalow. The charming two-bedroom house has been practically updated but still shows its age in the best of ways, namely in its original hickory hardwood floors, moldings, and glass doorknobs.

There’s no space to spare in this 1,039 square foot home, but in that square footage the house does manage to squeeze in two decently sized living areas. The first, right off the front entrance, is currently being used as a dining and lounge area. The second, the larger of the two, is currently used as a more traditional living room.

The house’s living spaces are divided by a diminutive yet perfectly appointed kitchen that is done up with white cabinetry, a forest green subway tile backsplash, and black granite countertops. The house’s sole bathroom has also been recently remodeled and features subway tile in the shower, white penny tile floors, and a stone-topped single sink vanity. It also has an original built-in storage area.

Both of the bungalow’s bedrooms are comparable in size and are large enough to fit a queen-sized bed. A bonus: they’re both corner rooms meaning they have two walls with windows that let in serene natural light.

In step with the size of the home, the backyard is not too big but is fenced and features a small deck and dining area.

The house at 5514 Avenue G (Unit A, though to be clear this is a standalone) is on the market with Reinae Kessler of Austin Home Girls Realty for $449,990.

A multi-purpose living space features a round dining table with four chairs and a map of the world on top of a brass bar cart.
The room right off the main entrance is being used as a dining area and lounge.
A small kitchen with white cabinetry and a forest green subway tile backsplash. This view is looking towards the sink which is under the kitchen window.
The kitchen divides the two living areas.
A living area with a white couch, blue rug, and leather-topped ottoman. The rooms is partially open to the kitchen.
The larger of the two living areas is open to the kitchen.
A bed with a white comforter is pushed against a wall with two windows. There is a ceiling fan with wood blades and pink bedside tables.
The bedroom at the rear of the house is slightly larger than the other.
A bedroom with three windows features a day bed, a standing mirror, and a string of lights draped over the larger window.
The bedroom at the front of the house lets in lots of natural light.