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SOLD: 4616 Shoalwood Ave, Austin, TX 78756

by Goodlife on November 30, 2012

   
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Under contract after only 3 days on market!

Updated Rosedale Home without the New Construction Cost!

Rosedale is one of Austin’s most loved neighborhoods and this property is one of those that is not very easy to find – an updated home that is not a tear down and is under half-a-million dollars. If you would love to live in central west Austin and don’t want to pay new construction prices then you must look here.

The front room is perfect for a home office and leads into a spacious updated kitchen which opens to the bright living room overlooking the backyard. The front bedroom has a unique tin tile covered ceiling and the original hall bath has all the charm it did in the 1930s. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and recently added bath with a walk-in shower big enough for two. There is a detached garage and a rare (except for new construction) indoor laundry room you will appreciate on very cold or hot days.

The home is walking distance to Pacha Coffee, Blue Star Cafeteria, Gusto Restaurant, Camp 4 Paws and Pinthouse Pizza. You can walk down to Ramsey Park with a pool, tennis courts, ball diamond and a fantastic playground. Central Market and Uchiko are just a short drive away.

Property Details

Price: $429,000
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Square Feet: 1,276
Year Built: 1938
 
 

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