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5505 Avenue G, Austin, TX 78751

5505 Avenue G is a pristine, eclectic bungalow in North Hyde Park with contemporary details and solid craftsmanship. Original narrow plank hardwoods throughout, updated lighting, ceiling fans and matching wood blinds. A modern kitchen with concrete countertops, a chef-quality utility rack, and brand new tiling. Fresh paint throughout, and larger rooms than a standard Hyde Park abode. Sheet metal walls in the bath, with a mirrored window for extra style. Elfa storage system in the bedroom closet, and a clever partition for the utility room. Walk outside, and we have a crushed granite driveway, a comfortable front walk and garden space. Two rainwater collection barrels can be very useful! The shady back yard area is backed by an easy access alleyway. The back patio is lit for entertainment and wired for sound; the old antennae is left standing as an interesting center piece! Bus routes 1 and 7 very close by, and walking distance to Shipe park and several restaurants and bars. One of the most sought after neighborhoods in all of central Austin!

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