Thoughtfully designed by Steve Kubenka, this French Normandy style home is truly one-of-a-kind. Designed to look as if it was built in the 20's or 30's, perfectly tying the home into the Old Enfield neighborhood style. The foundation of the home was raised several feet above the natural grade of the lot, making it so you do not have to look down the hill to the home and bringing it above the tree canopy. The home takes full advantage of the width of the lot, allowing for many rooms in the house to have unbelievably beautiful natural light for every time of day through every season of the year from three sides. The interior features cathedral ceilings, Pennsylvania Bluestone, oak floors, custom fireplaces, seagrass limestone bar, gorgeous eat-in kitchen with chef quality appliances, and a media room. No details were left untouched. Commanding views of the UT tower from several rooms, as well as the Downtown Sykline and Texas State Capitol from the back porch and patio.
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