Going a little design-happy this week in central and west neighborhoods, featuring a midcentury treasure and more than one 1930s Tudor Revival beauty
The price of apartments, condos, and houses for lease in five city neighborhoods. Which one would you choose?
If you’re on the hunt for a condo, you might be in luck.
Homes for sale in five neighborhoods—which one would you choose?
10 places that stay cool in the face of the summer swelter
Homes for sale in Barton Hills, Montopolis, Delwood, Govalle, and Brentwood. Which one would you choose?
A contemporary-leaning blend of styles works for updated home built in 1950
Homes for lease in Barton Hills, Buckingham Ridge, Downtown, Brentwood, and Tarrytown. Which one would you choose?
Updated house built in 1948 has modern, rustic, and Craftsman elements
Five home for lease from East Congress to Brentwood—which one would you choose?
Apartments and houses for lease in 5 central neighborhoods: Windsor Park, Brentwood, East Riverside-Oltorf, Barton Hills, and Holly
Apartments, condos, and houses in Zilker, Downtown, Brentwood, Bouldin Creek, and East Austin’s Agave neighborhood
Average apartment cost rose more than four percent in the past year, an increase of $57/month
Homes for sale in five neighborhoods, from Travis Heights to Brentwood
From Brentwood to Pemberton Heights, houses and condos in a wide range of styles and prices
Condos and houses on the market in Central East Austin, Bouldin Creek, Springdale Heights, Northwest Hills, and Brentwood
A 1950s home transformed for contemporary needs retains its charm
House hunting in Zilker, Brentwood, West Congress, Windsor Park, and Sweetwater Ranch
Renovated 1950s home with big backyard and a not-bad price for its central neighborhood
Main house with period features and with rustic-style accessory unit in back ask $569K
Single-family homes, apartments, and condos in Brentwood, East Cesar Chavez, South Lamar, Barton Hills, and in the north Lake Austin area fill the bill this week.
A condo listed for $569K features the smart, spare work of Tornbjerg Design, a firm featured on the 2016 AIA Austin tour.
To create Brentwood, Austin annexed a former cotton farm in the 1950s, and the era of its birth is evident in a number of houses in the area, including this one, which is close to a time capsule (albeit a regularly used and dusted one).
Where did we go to look for rent in the $4,000-$4,500 range? Clarksville, Brentwood, Downtown, Hyde Park, and Central East Austin, of course.