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SOLD: 509 E. 43rd St. Austin, Texas 78751

by Goodlife on December 17, 2012




Be in the Heart of Hyde Park!

A block from Fresh Plus, Quacks, Hyde Park Bar & Grill, and so much more! Great floor plan with open living/dining area and original hardwood floors throughout. A hallway nook separates living from sleeping areas for a little privacy. Bathroom has original tile and heater to keep you warm in the mornings. Spacious master suite is located at the back of the house and features recently upgraded windows that allow for natural lighting. Off the master you can sit under the large trees and relax on the back patio. Efficiency apartment in the back.

This charming Hyde Park home has an efficiency apartment currently leased for $595 a month. Tenant will stay or go depending on your needs. Don’t miss this one!

Property Details

Price: $395,000
Main House: 1,430 Sqft
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.0
Efficiency Apartment: 384 Sqft
Year Built: 1946

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