Sold Price Range: $1,082,001 - $1,242,000 Sold on : 08/05/2020
Welcome home to this wonderful 1910 Victorian/Craftsman home in the Woodland Heights! Masterfully restored and expanded in 2005, 411 Highland features 4 bedrooms (including a large master suite) and 2 full and 2 half baths, preserving its original charm while adding modern comfort and functionality. Throughout the home is incredible woodwork details such as baseboards, window molding, doorways, paneling, beadboard, and more! Come see this truly historic home restored with care for modern livi
This home features first floor living, dining, and kitchen areas with all secondary bedrooms on the second floor. The master suite is located on the third floor along with the formal study. Shown here, just behind the auto driveway gate, is a long paved drive to the spacious garage at the rear of the home. The garage foundation was built to hold a second level; providing you with the chance to build a garage apartment!
View of the covered, wraparound porch with gorgeous railing and pillars. There is plenty of space for a large pool on this oversized (7500 sq. ft. per HCAD) lot! Notice also how meticulously the owners have kept the landscaping of the front and side yards.
At the rear of the side yard is a great playground area and outdoor seating space. This is a great lush green area for family and friends to gather. The yard includes a mosquito control system.
View of the side of the porch. The wraparound porch provides plenty of space for sitting and enjoying the outdoors and the classic details of this wonderful historic home. The doorway on the right opens into the formal dining room.
The front porch shown here with transom detail above the main entry and white beadboard ceiling. Built in an era before air conditioning, the porch catches every breeze and also includes ceiling fans
The azaleas along the front fence, around the porch, and throughout the yard put on a show in the spring.
Welcome to 411 Highland! This gorgeous, wood-detailed foyer is what welcomes you and your guests. The light fixtures are original to the home.
View of the front entry with wood door molding, wood baseboards, and wood window molding and shutters.
The formal living room is spacious and gives you a classic Victorian home feel with pocket doors and unique wallpaper.
The formal living room also includes the original mantel and coal-burning fireplace (converted to gas), and the owners found antique tiles to include in the surround.
Another view of the formal living room with built-in TV/entertainment center. Notice how it overlooks the covered porch.
The formal dining room is just through the wooden threshold from the living room. This is an amazing showcase of Victorian detail with raised ceiling with wallpaper work, wooden baseboards, antique alabaster chandelier, and wood window molding and transom detail.
Another view of the formal dining room from the porch doorway.
The kitchen is well-lit with classic pendants and natural lighting through the wood-framed windows. Notice also the beadboard paneling and cabinetry.
View of the eat-in kitchen table, and long countertops with stainless steel sink and dishwasher on the left.
Another view of the kitchen showcasing the stainless steel appliances, stone countertop and backsplash.
The butler's pantry provides access to the garage and back yard and boasts extensive wood cabinetry, glass-front uppers, wine fridge, and antique stained glass backsplash.
The first floor powder bath shown here with white penny-tile floors and beautiful wallpaper selection.
View of the front foyer and stairway.
This powder bath is located at the top of the first floor staircase. This space was part of the original butler's stair to the kitchen (since removed).
Currently functioning as a large office and play room, this is one of three secondary bedrooms on the second floor. It includes a built-in queen size wall bed.
Another secondary bedroom shown here with lots of natural light and a full length window (left) opening to the 2nd floor balcony.
The second floor full bathroom is bright and spacious with light paint selection, stone countertop vanity, and stainless steel finishes.
View of the vanity with glass cabinet/drawer pulls and built-in medicine cabinet.
There are even more built-ins in this bathroom, providing reading material and even a space for linens or laundry.
The other secondary bedroom with large wood molding window also provides access to the second floor balcony.
Another view of this bedroom showing the incredible wood details of doors and transom.
The second floor balcony provides a great relaxing space to enjoy the lovely views of this tree-lined street.
The utility room on the second floor is bright and spacious with extensive built-in cabinetry and a sink as well.
The third floor landing has been turned into a large study with incredible lighting and access to the third floor balcony.
Another view of the study showing the incredible built-in bookshelves with drawers for even more storage.
The classic details are well thought out. One of these is the wood paneling shown here, which conceals a large storage area.
Incredible view off the third floor balcony.
The master bedroom was part of the restoration and renovation done in 2005 by architect Bob Robinowitz and builder Steve Ista. Located just down the hall from the third floor study, this room boasts incredible wallpaper design, wood paneling, built-ins, and exquisitely designed original windows with wood molding.
Another view of the master bedroom showcasing the exposed brick chimney and the paneling to the left, which conceals a large storage area.
Another view of the master. Notice the incredible vaulted ceiling with exposed beam and dressing area with window (right). The room includes built-in wood drawers and bookshelves, as well as additional shelves concealed behind sliding wood doors.
The master bath is light and bright with antique stained glass window, light paint selection, marble tile floors, wood cabinetry, and subway tile backsplash and wainscot.
The master bath also boasts a white clawfoot tub and large walk-in, glass-enclosed shower with detailed tile work.
The master closet provides lots of space for storage, located just off the third floor hallway.
A photo of 411 Highland shortly after it was built in 1910. The current owners used this photo to restore the second floor balcony.
A regular along the "Lights in the Heights" trail, this home is sure to bring all kinds of joy during the holiday season.
The home has been featured on the Woodland Heights Home Tour and appears on the cover of a book about porches in the neighborhood. Make your own memories and write the next chapter in the history of this home as its sixth owners!
Welcome home to this wonderful 1910 Victorian/Craftsman home in the Woodland Heights! Masterfully restored and expanded in 2005, 411 Highland features 4 bedrooms and 2 full and 2 half baths, preserving its original charm while adding modern comfort and functionality. It also boasts formal living/dining on the first floor, stainless steel appliances, butler's pantry, 2nd and 3rd floor balconies, large 3rd floor master suite with vaulted ceiling, clawfoot tub, and walk-in closet. Throughout the home are incredible woodwork details such as baseboards, window molding, doorways, paneling, beadboard, and more! Zoned to nearby Travis Elementary, the home is a half-block from Travis Spark Park and often on the route for "Lights in the Heights," our annual neighborhood holiday celebration. The home sits on a large lot (with plenty of room for a pool) near a bike path, within walking distance of restaurants, and 10 minutes from downtown. Come and experience this truly historic home!
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