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Stenger No. 2 – Candace Wong Architecture + Design

Located in the historical A.D. Stenger neighborhood in Barton Hills, this 1951 Stenger residence was purchased by local Austinites and Stenger enthusiasts who could see beyond the overgrown site, dilapidated exteriors, and chaotic interiors.

The design process focused on marrying the old with the new. Key Stenger details were preserved and paired with modernized new features.

The finished product became a delightful medley of Stenger, the homeowners, and the architect.

Located in the historical A.D. Stenger neighborhood in Barton Hills, this 1951 Stenger residence was purchased by local Austinites and Stenger enthusiasts who could see beyond the overgrown site, dilapidated exteriors, and chaotic interiors.

The design process focused on marrying the old with the new. Key Stenger details were preserved and paired with modernized new features.

The finished product became a delightful medley of Stenger, the homeowners, and the architect.