Beautifully restored & totally remodeled early 20th Century masterpiece in Fairview Park neighborhood in Travis Heights. Located in one of the most affluent & well sought after neighborhoods in South Austin. This gem was brought back to life in 2017. Designated as an Austin Historic Landmark Home No. 13 also known as The Brass-Milam House.
The detail & respect to the era is evident as you tour the home. Situated on .45 acres, the house is approx. 3,570 sqft, 3 Beds/ 3.5 BA, plus an office, master bedroom is on the main level and one of the master bedroom closets is plumbed for future washer/dryer. Some of the main features of the home includes a wrap around porch, 2 car attached garage with electric car and RV plug-ins, a deep driveway that can park up to six vehicles, Solar Panels, sprinkler system, herb garden beds, original restored and refinished long-leaf wood pine flooring, original restored exterior and interior doors, remodeled galley style kitchen with high end finish out & appliances, including 40″ built-in Thermadore side by side refrigerator, 6 gas burner DCS range with SS warming heatlamp Vent Hood, Dual Fischer and Paykel Drawer style dish washers, 4″ plantation shutters, Sonos Sound system throughout the home, built-in BBQ grill with Rotisserie and gas burners, in-ground fire pit, refrigerated wine cellar, covered & extended patio, solar panels, hobby/storage room plumbed for sink.
Lower level or basement can be easily set up as a vacation rental and is wired for Surround Sound. Utility room is on the lower level. Antique Light fixtures with LED bulbs. LED recess lighting. Impressive canopy like Heritage Trees & fully fenced backyard. Plenty of room in the back to add on or install a pool. Walking distance to SOCO. This home is truly special and a RARE find.