As you approach this quaint home enclosed by the quintessential white picket fence, you might be surprised at all the wonder it holds inside. While it may look unassuming from the curb, you’ll unquestionably want to take a closer look.
Located in the Westfield neighborhood of Austin, which is considered by some as Tarrytown’s little sister, the home has all of the perks of a friendly, tight-knit neighborhood with the convenience of being centrally situated. Built in 1940, the property boasts tons of timeworn character combined with updated features, a perfect blend of old and new.
At 2,503 square feet, the home has an inviting floor plan with two stories containing three bedrooms and two full baths. Downstairs consists of two living areas — one serves as a family room off the kitchen, while the other acts as a formal living room — as well as two bedrooms. Arched walkways between the kitchen and living areas create a cozy feel. Additionally, the kitchen features granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, and a breakfast bar in the connected dining nook.
Adding intrigue to the second-floor master bed and bath are the vaulted ceilings. The suite is a whopping 600 square feet of living and bedroom space. The master bathroom provides a relaxing retreat with a double vanity, garden tub, and walk-in closet.
A covered patio enhances the spacious backyard with trees reaching over 40 feet. There’s also a shed conveniently located in the back to store all of your gardening and hardware tools.
2200 Sharon Ln. is on the market for $925,000 and is listed with Joe Keenan of Realty Austin.