Located in Austin's charming & sought-after neighborhood of Old Enfield, this Tudor-inspired home is perched upon a hill overlooking Judges Hill and the Downtown Austin skyline and is just across the street from the Pease Park Conservancy. Originally constructed in 1932, this home maintains its original nostalgia and offers a shady outdoor landscape with access to both A Lane and Parkway. This 2-story home offers four bedrooms and two and a half baths and boasts unmatched, protected views in this central Austin neighborhood. Whether this home is maintained in its original state or developed, the location is convenient to restaurants and shopping, the Central Business District and UT while the elevation offers rare views of the iconic Downtown scene and the surrounding city landscape.
Revitalizing Pease Park
Thanks in part to a generous lead gift from the Moody Foundation, the Conservancy has revitalized the southernmost tip of Pease Park, known as Kingsbury Commons. As the recreational heart and cultural soul of Pease Park, Kingsbury Commons serves as the welcoming front door to the park and consequently, was prioritized as the first major project implemented from the award-winning Pease Park Vision Plan.
In March 2017, PPC awarded Austin-based Ten Eyck Landscape Architects, Inc. (TELA) a contract for the design and construction of Kingsbury Commons. TELA’s unique experience and ability to fold the natural environment into their designs made them the clear choice for Pease Park, whose immense canopy, shaded trails and green meadows have always enchanted park-goers.