Radical Remodels

Inside 4 stunning abodes on Austin's Tour of Remodeled Homes


Brykerwoods home Austin remodel tour
Photo courtesy of Austin NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes
Brykerwoods Living Room and Kitchen remodel
Photo courtesy of Austin NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes
Jessie Street home front Austin tour of remodeled homes
Photo courtesy of Austin NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes
Jessie Street home exterior Austin tour of remodeled homes
Photo courtesy of Austin NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes
Jessie Street home living room Austin tour of remodeled homes
Photo courtesy of Austin NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes
Flagler Street home interior
Photo courtesy of Austin NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes
Flagler Street media room
Photo courtesy of Austin NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes
4004 Edgerock Drive kitchen
Photo courtesy of Austin NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes
4004 Edgerock Drive bedroom
Photo courtesy of Austin NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes

The Austin NARI Tour of Remodeled Homes is back for its 14th year, featuring renovations by seven of Austin's top builders. The self-guided tour takes place Saturday, September 24, and Sunday, September 25, from 10 am to 6 pm. Nine beautiful homes are featured on the tour, but first, we take you inside four of the stunning remodels. 

---

1707 West 32nd St.

This Brykerwoods home in the Old West Austin National Historic District used to be a small, quaint 1,200-square-foot cottage.

1707 West 32nd St.

Avenue B Development remodeled the home into a beautiful 3,200-square-foot space with five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and an office. It's now the largest home on the block to boot.

703 Jessie St.

This charming 1950s home in Zilker maintains some of its traditional elements, despite the extensive remodel by CG&S Design Build. 

703 Jessie St.

The homeowners wanted to enlarge the home while keeping its street presence as similar as possible. A substantial addition provided the necessary space, while complementing the original structure.

703 Jessie St.

With its contrasting elements, the home never feels outright traditional or contemporary — it's a perfect combination of the two. 

18308 Flagler Dr. 

The Sahm family wanted to remodel their Belvedere home in anticipation of the arrival of their second daughter. This was no small project, so RRS Design + Build broke it into several phases.

 

18308 Flagler Dr. 

Upstairs, an office space was changed into a nursery. The entire lower level of the home, formerly used as a studio, was almost completely unfinished. The RRS team carved out smaller zones for a comfortable, cozy retreat for guests.

4004 Edgerock Dr.

This vintage 1971 home in Northwest Hills was originally a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with less than 2,000 square feet. Now the home has entered the 21st century thanks to the thoughtful renovation by MEK Homes.

The main focus was creating an open floor plan that allowed the owners to cook and entertain friends. The new kitchen boasts two sinks, two dishwashers, and a huge kitchen island for friends and family to gather around. There's even a pizza oven.

4004 Edgerock Dr.

The front bedroom of the home was reconfigured into a teaching studio, and the original bedrooms and bathrooms got a facelift. Additionally, an old covered porch was converted into a new master suite.

---

Tickets are now on sale for the Tour of Remodeled Homes for $21.97 each.

Comments