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202 E 45th Unit 201, Austin, TX 78751

Unit 201 at 202 E 45th is spacious, beautifully situated Hyde Park condominium with open layout and hardwood floors. The nicest of the Treehouse Condos, this one bedroom corner unit has two large closets in the master bedroom, one a walk-in, and incredible marble floors in the bathroom. The kitchen boasts marble countertops, stainless steel appliances and upgraded cabinetry. There is a tranquil rooftop deck available to the community and an exclusive balcony area in front of the unit. The interior of this condo is beautiful, but the awesome location cannot be beat! In a small, well kept community that is walking distance to the Hyde Park Cafe and the Duval shops and restaurants in one direction, and Vino Vino, the Hyde Park Gym and the Guadalupe shops and restaurants in the other the community is perfect for anyone…be it a young professional, a UT grad student, or anyone who just loves the urban lifestyle. Right across the street is Shipe Park, a community park with tennis courts, a basketball court and a swimming pool.

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