Feature photo: View of the property located at 5304 Bolm Road in Austin. Picture: Aguacate Studios
San Marcos (Hays County) – Of them DEN real estate group agents are working on two interesting listings that are both architecturally unique and designed by the same Austin architect, Alain González of Aquacate Studios.
The innovative and turnkey real estate company has agents Emilie Waldman and Megan Gallagher work on the lists.
The first property”Casa San Rogersis tucked away at 305 Reimer in San Marcos. Custom built by the previous owner/architect – the Rogers family – in the ’70it has been redesigned by Aguacate Studios while respecting the original Rogers family heritage.
The spacious 1.35 acre lot makes the property feel like a private retreat or resort, relaxing for all who enter. The stunning main house features vaulted ceilings and natural light, with unique features like large front windows, a stucco fireplace and cork floors.
The guest house is beautifully designed with high ceilings, mirroring the style of the geometric windows in the main house. Creativity flows through the house and the surrounding area as a new film studio is planned to locate right next to this property, which could make it the perfect enclave for a creator/artist to work and enjoy. withdraw in the same vicinity.
The home’s wood-fired Danish hot tub is just one of the many features such as the screened-in porch, rolling countryside landscape, concrete floors, bespoke Aguacate furniture and much more in this truly comfortable.
The other listing is at 5304 Bolm Road in the budding east side of Austin, also revamped through the Aguacate lens. The house sits on 0.44 acres of land that joins Boggy Creek, Govalle Park and the Walnut Creek trail system, so one can enter the park from their personal gate or hop on the trail system that includes a bike path extending all the way to the Manor.
The main house is 1,020 square feet with one bedroom and one bath, beautifully designed to provide an elevated living space. Outside is a large covered patio with an outdoor beverage fridge, sink and entertainment area including built-in sofas and sound system, which also includes an added bathroom between the main house and studio space independent.
This studio space provides the perfect balance between creative pursuits and the functional needs of an office. The large concrete patio at the back invites yoga or an ice bath in the built-in bathtub.
The property is cohesive, with spaces flowing from one to the other and allowing for indoor and outdoor living. The custom-made windows all open wide, allowing the owner to live in tandem with the environment. Less than a mile from the 183 freeway and four miles from the heart of downtown, this home hits all the high notes of Austin living.
Modified from press release.