1909

This lovely Folk Victorian cottage is an example of resilience. Built around 1909, it was later moved to its current location (rather than demolished), survived the Depression and countless renters, and was rebuilt from the foundation up in 2003 by a Hyde Park...

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1910

Formerly covered in wallpaper, this bungalow allows the shiplap walls to set a relaxed tone for a home filled with many creative surprises.

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1940

Before the current “tiny house” movement,  this compound of small apartments was built in 1940. Today, the residents utilize the central courtyard as an outdoor living...

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1933

This depression era cottage reveals a distinctive entry hood over the front door and a totally updated interior.

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1937

Once covered in pink asbestos shingles, this bungalow maintains many of its original features, sports updated baths and kitchen, and has a lovely new garden/outdoor living area.

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1937

One of Austin’s Calcasieu Lumber Company all-inclusive kit cottages, this 1937 home shows distinctive Tudor Revival features in its false timbering and steep pitch roof.

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1921

This 1921 bungalow recently updated its interior and added a guest suite in its detached garage.

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