This sprawling, ranch-style home, situated gracefully on just under an acre of land covered with towering oaks and manicured gardens overlooking Shoal Creek, is eye-catching, inside and out, for any number of reasons. But it's also a bit of a fixer.
In an ongoing series for Curbed Austin, real-estate analytics site NeighborhoodX is taking a close look at sales price ranges in different neighborhoods. Today, it’s checking out numbers in the Allandale neighborhood.
It’s hard to tell from photos how much of this 1954 Allandale home is restored and how much is simply well-kept, and that’s a good thing. In any case, it’s a gorgeous study of midcentury style and gracious but casual living, indoors and out.
Updated ranch-style homes built in the 1960s are standard-issue in the once-suburban development of Allandale. The size, quality, and styles vary, of course, and this one showcases a great deal of what's appealing about the classic style.
The Kalantari Group will break ground July 1 on a four-story, mixed-use building at 6500 Burnet Road, to be called Sixty Five. Located not far from booming, popular retail and restaurants, the development is aimed at residents who value walkability and access to restaurants, retail, and active street life.
The Grove at Shoal Creek Planned Unit Development, one of the most controversial master-planned community to come before the city in quite some time, was stalled this week because of environmental concerns.