This Mid-Century Home is Rich with Austin History
From De Luxe Living
Located only minutes away from downtown Austin and Lady Bird Lake, this 1964 home blends mid-century modern architecture with updated contemporary design. The floating addition by architect Stan Haas of the Long Center restoration project brings rich history to the home through the ceiling’s green tiles which come from Austin's original Performing Arts Center, The Palmer events. 5204 Ridge Oak Drive is architecturally and historically significant as it’s the only home in Austin where the tiles can be found. Outside of the home, the tiles can only be seen driving down Cesar Chavez or walking/paddle boarding down Lady Bird Lake.
With original poured terrazzo floors, soaring ceilings, walls of glass, four living areas, a gourmet kitchen with a marble island and more, this four bedroom, four and one-half bathroom home has it all for $3,800,000.
The primary bedroom is a cozy retreat with a skylight, double-sided fireplace, custom walnut closet, and remodeled bath. Upstairs, the addition with floor-to-ceiling windows provides breathtaking city views in addition to sliding glass doors overlooking the pool, making it an ideal home office, gym, or studio. The .46-acre lot boasts a private pool, an expansive yard, and a stunning Texas Oak tree.
5204 Ridge Oak Drive is listed by Douglas Elliman Realty licensed associates Desiree Gutierrez and Tracy Tutor.