Avenue C Residence: Modern Charm in Historic Austin Neighborhood

Explore the Avenue C Residence, a contemporary three-bedroom house designed by Clark Richardson Architects in Austin, Texas. This home beautifully blends modern materials with historic neighborhood charm, featuring white oak cabinets, a quartz backsplash, and a sleek Sub-Zero/Wolf kitchen package.

Beautiful black-and-white modern home with pool, outdoor dining area, and glass walls.
Sleek, modern living room with minimalist furnishings, large TV, and abstract artwork.
A modern, open-concept living space with a sculptural staircase, statement lighting, and sleek furnishings.
Spacious bedroom with tufted headboard, large windows, and plush bedding in neutral tones.
A spacious, modern bathroom with a white tub, wooden vanity, and abstract artwork.
Sleek, minimalist bathroom with freestanding tub, gold faucet, and abstract artwork.
Modern black brick house with large glass windows, pool, and patio furniture.

About Avenue C Residence

This three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home blends modern materials with historic neighborhood charm. Vertical siding and dark stacked bond brick add to the contemporary palette.

Welcoming Porches

Porches greet visitors at both the street-facing and rear yard entries. These spaces set a welcoming tone for entry.

Functional Attics

The home features a second-floor office attic and third-floor storage attic. Both are accessible via the primary stair.

Spacious Kitchen

The kitchen offers a clear central island and a Sub-Zero/Wolf kitchen package. White oak cabinets contrast with quartz counters and dark accents.

Outdoor Living

Steel planters and a small urban pool transition from a raised landscaped yard to the rear of the home. A generous porch and deck area support outdoor gatherings.

Luxurious Principal Suite

The second-floor principal bedroom overlooks the rear yard and connects to a dormered attic office. The bath features a skylit vaulted ceiling, natural lighting, and an expansive double vanity. White oak contrasts with neutral porcelain tile and gold accents.

Photography by Paul Finkel

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