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An exclusive look inside Chef Tyson Cole's Westlake home, on the market now

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Tyson Cole House 1009 The High Road
Chef Tyson Cole's Old Westlake home.  Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Tyson Cole Formal Living
Formal living area.  Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Chef Tyson Cole Formal Dining 1009 The High Road
Formal dining. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Tyson Cole Family Room 1009 The High Road
Cozy booth in family room. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Chef Tyson Cole eat-in kitchen 1009 The High Road
Eat-in kitchen, with seating for six. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Chef Tyson Cole Master Bedroom 1009 The High Road
Master bedroom. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Tyson Cole Master Bath
Master bath.  Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Chef Tyson Cole Screened Porch
Screened porch for playing.  Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Chef Tyson Cole Screened Porch 1009 The High Road
Screened porch for entertaining. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Chef Tyson Cole Rear Exterior Home
Chef Tyson Cole's home. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Tyson Cole House 1009 The High Road
Tyson Cole Formal Living
Chef Tyson Cole Formal Dining 1009 The High Road
Tyson Cole Family Room 1009 The High Road
Chef Tyson Cole eat-in kitchen 1009 The High Road
Chef Tyson Cole Master Bedroom 1009 The High Road
Tyson Cole Master Bath
Chef Tyson Cole Screened Porch
Chef Tyson Cole Screened Porch 1009 The High Road
Chef Tyson Cole Rear Exterior Home

Chef Tyson Cole became a household name in Austin when he opened his award-winning Japanese fine-dining establishment Uchi in 2003. Cole's footprint is now felt across Texas, with Uchiko in Austin, Uchi Houston and the forthcoming Uchi Dallas. 

Today, we step inside Uchi/Uchiko chef/owner Cole's home, tucked away in "Old Westlake." Surrounded by lush greenery and trees, the home maintains a pristine view of the downtown skyline, without the hectic nature of downtown living. 

Suited for maximum entertainment, the 4,000-square-foot house includes four living areas and a screened porch. Built in 1974 and recently updated, the property sits on a half-acre of land and features a main home with four bedrooms and four bathrooms, as well as a well-accompanied one-bedroom guest apartment.

The kitchen (a home chef's dream) features a large eat-in island with seating for six — perfect for watching an award-winning chef prepare a delectable meal. Elements like saltillo tile, checkered hardwood floors, rustic chandeliers and a cozy built-in booth add to the understated charm of the home that embodies a casual feel. 

Purchased by Cole in 2008, the home is currently listed by Nicole Kessler of Gottesman Residential Real Estate for $1,595,000. 

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