These new townhomes balance modern living with the funky 78704 vibe.Courtesy of 24th Street RealtyEven though the space is slim, the design is open and well lit.Courtesy of 24th Street RealtyThe stainless-steel appliances provide a lovely contrast to the dark cabinetry.Courtesy of 24th Street RealtyYou'll find designer tile here in the bathroom and throughout the rest of the space.Courtesy of 24th Street RealtyBoth bedrooms in the unit are spacious enough for furniture.Courtesy of 24th Street RealtyA private balcony is the cherry on top of this beautiful home.Courtesy of 24th Street Realty
It's not often that a property pops up on the market with a perfect balance of old and new Austin. Introducing 2002 Glen Allen St., a luxury townhome project off of Manchaca Road that perfectly blends classic 78704 living with modern flair.
Among the floor plans available is a three-story unit, featuring two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms as well as two flexible living areas.
The unit may be slim, but the space inside is open and well lit. Stainless-steel appliances and hardware offer a lovely contrast to the dark cabinetry, hardwood floors, and designer tile. Other amenities include a one-car garage, walk-in closets, washer and dyer, and a large walk-in shower.
The warm, modern design comes courtesy of Levy Architects; construction was handled by LD&C Construction.
"It’s always gratifying to bring out new housing options in established neighborhoods," said Robert Lee of LD&C Construction in a release. "Many people want to buy new construction, yet want mature trees and traditional neighborhoods not found in the suburbs. These projects are the best of both worlds — new construction and established Austin neighborhoods."
The townhomes are situated on a nearly half-acre property. The location provides easy access to popular South Lamar eateries and entertainment venues. The three-bedroom floor plan starts at $549,900, however, a two-bedroom floor plan is also available starting at $499,900.
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