Situated in the heart of Allandale, just one block from the pools, playground, fields and courts of Beverly Sheffield Northwest District Park. When this “story-and-a-half” home was built in 1960, it was a creative way for the builder to comply with “single story” construction pushing north of Greenlawn Parkway: It looks like a single story from the street, but a soaring roof line conceals reduced second-story space with attic set-backs. Essentially un-remodeled, the home includes two bdrms and a bath down, alongside a formal living room, and kitchen open to family room and dining, plus 2-car garage; upstairs, two bdrms and a bath span the length of the house. Home features original built-ins, ash paneling and solid-wood cabinets in kitchen, and even a few mid-century lighting fixtures. Located on the east side of the street (which currently allows for curbside parking), and with Google Fiber at the curb, the quarter-acre-plus lot backs to Shoal Creek. Great area for walking and biking, even to Anderson Lane or Burnet Road. Minutes to MoPac and Hwy 183; easy access to Domain, Q2 Stadium, Gateway, Arboretum, plus one-of-a-kind shops, services and restaurants up and down Burnet Road.
Lamar (austin Isd)Middle School