This is your chance to live in a piece of Austin History. Located in Historic Hyde Park, one of Austin’s oldest, most revered and nostalgic neighborhoods. What was designed as an affluent Austin suburb in 1891 has transformed over generations into a heritage tree lined, centrally located neighborhood with charming turn-of-the-century Queen Anne and craftsman-styled homes.
If founder, Monroe Martin Shipe could see Hyde Park now he’d be so proud!
4008 Avenue C has been fully rehabbed from it’s original 1917 structure using Hyde Park Preservation Plan Guidelines to bring forth the historical significance of pre WWII era architecture all while addressing the functional necessities of a modern built home.
Original hard wood shiplap adorns the ceilings throughout this bungalow while modern geometric tiles and champagne brass fixtures highlight today’s trends in interior design.
At over 2,300 sf, 4 Bedrooms and 3 Bathrooms this home will accommodate today’s family or today’s young professional. There is room to work from home and start or grow a family. Using scooters, ride share or public transit, you’ll be downtown in a flash. The award winning Mueller community is just 5 minutes away as well as University Medical, The University of Texas, Seton Medical Center and many prominent employers.
This is a rare opportunity to live in BRAND NEW Construction in HISTORIC HYDE PARK! Original structure was maintained, gutted and rehabilitated to highlight the delight and charm of the turn of the century bungalow.
Energy Efficiency Improvements
• Low-E 5-star windows
• Rinnai tankless water heater
• Two HVAC heat pumps 14.5 SEER rating
• Open-cell foam attic insulation R-25
• Foam and batt wall insulation R-13
• Schoolhouse Electric LED light fixtures and recessed lighting
• Low flow toilets and water fixtures
• East facing front sitting porch
• Designed with reference to the Hyde Park Preservation Plan Design Standards.
• The historic façade of the home has been retained with original door and window placement. The original entry door and street-facing windows have been retained and repaired.
• New concrete porch steps have been poured to match the original steps.
• New windows on the side elevations of the house are administratively approved replacements for the existing windows which had deteriorated, offering improved operation and energy efficiency.
• Roofing has been replaced while retaining original pitches and profiles, The historic dormer has also been retained.
• New living and master addition to the house is located at the rear of the property as recommended by HPPP & Design Standards. Materials and hipped roof of the addition have been selected for compatibility with the original house.
• Fully restored pier and beam foundation with soil stabilization injection
• Red oak hardwood floors
• Original raw shiplap ceiling accents
• Wood cased windows
• “Jack & Jill” bedroom to bathroom arrangement
• Crown molding
Modern Details and Improvements
• Private upstairs master suite featuring vaulted ceilings, walk-in closet and exquisite master bathroom with twin basin vanity, Frameless walk-in shower and deep soaking tub
• Rear family entrance with drop zone storage
• Expansive kitchen with pantry cabinet and extra storage closet, floating shelves and soft-close drawers
• Ceiling fans by Modern Fan Co.
• Solid wood cabinets
• Quartz counters
• Soldier stack tile design
• Floating solid wood bath vanities
• Deep soaking tubs
• Laundry room with basin and cabinetry
• Dishwasher, Gas Range
• Automatic Irrigation
• New water main and sanitation lines
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