This unique property at 9001 Wildridge Drive was custom built by H.C. Carter and featured in the 1970 Austin Parade of Homes. Interestingly, it was built around an underground stone.
Nestled under the canopy of mature trees, this home is situated on a corner lot in a quiet neighborhood right off of North Capital of Texas and Highway 183. It is convenient to the popular Arboretum shopping area and the Domain, with easy access to downtown Austin.
The home greets you with a light-filled open living space. There are many notable architectural features including the high, vaulted ceilings with charming wood plank detail. The floor-to-ceiling rough-hewn stone fireplace is also impressive. The home's open-concept floor plan is ideal for entertaining.
The adjoining updated kitchen features Shaker-style wood cabinetry, a stone backsplash, and sleek black countertops. The island, pot rack, recessed lighting, and updated appliances make for a highly functional cook space. Next to the kitchen is a formal dining room that opens to an outdoor patio for al fresco meals.
On the other side of the house, on the main level, is a large master suite with a substantial walk-in closet. The updated bathroom overlooks the beautiful leafy courtyard and features a glass-enclosed shower and marble-style tile. Glass vessel sinks complete the spa-like space.
Upstairs you'll find two adjacent bedrooms with the same wood ceilings and an updated bathroom. A bonus room also overlooks the main living area below.
The serene, tree-filled outdoor space wraps around the entire house; it is enclosed with a high wood fence for maximum privacy. The yard also features an open pergola, and our personal favorite, a separate stone sitting area next to the master suite.
Much of the home has been renovated, but some work is incomplete creating the potential for you to choose your own updates and customize the home to your personal style.
Offered for sale by the owner for $579,000. For more information or to schedule a private tour, call Paul at 512-789-0869 or drop him an email at [email protected]