This 2,620-square-foot, two-story home in This 2,620-square-foot, two-story home in the north central and convenient Rosedale neighborhood (and on Rosedale!) looks Immaculately cared for and true to its 1936 origins.
Built in 1950, this home in Rosedale has a more traditional, almost cabin-like look than is usually associated with the midcentury modern style. But it does have the feel and some of features that we associate with the Atomic Age. Plus: baby shed!
This home in the Rosedale neighborhood goes beyond the call when it comes to bringing great design and materials to the freestanding condo party, using concrete, stone, wood, windows, and other features to exquisite effect.
A controversial proposed development in North Central Austin has failed to get the approval of the city’s Environmental Commission, which denied The Grove at Shoal Creek a superiority rating for a planned unit development.
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.
This week's top home sales had buyers heading west, for the most part, and toward the water. There was a big gap between the most expensive home sale price those of the rest of the list, not too surprising considering the former's lakefront.
Austin architect Paul Lamb is known for his unique, usually high-end new builds in tony parts of town. This reinvented Rosedale charmer, though, provides all the livability and visual interest you need in only 1,498 light-filled square feet.
In this ongoing series, real-estate analytics site NeighborhoodX is taking a close look at sales prices in different Austin neighborhoods. Today's focus is the Rosedale neighborhood in the north central part of town.
The house, which is on a 255-foot-deep, oak-covered lot, backs to a 50-foot stretch of Shoal Creek but is (miraculously) not in a flood plain. It's nicely updated but retains many of its original kitchen and bath features.