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Tim Cuppett Architects

1704 Eva Street, Austin, TX 78704
New Construction

2,733 square feet

Tour Parking: Open parking available on cross streets Annie and Milton, located at either end of the block on Eva.

Located in the Bouldin Neighborhood, one block off bustling South Congress, Eva Street House is a new urban infill home for empty nesters. Eager to embrace their surroundings, the owners wanted a home with a graciously scaled front porch and street-facing windows to project a welcoming presence on their pedestrian-friendly street. Indicative of the early 20th century era homes that fill the neighborhood, Eva Street House is a four-square plan with a central stair and second story tucked under its wide triangular roof. A new garage apartment occupies the back of the lot. Between the main house and garage apartment, a private screened porch and outdoor terrace compliment the community, embracing the front yard and porch. Interiors, although crisp and current, remain consistent with the scale of older neighboring homes. A cozy kitchen, living, and dining area maintain a view of the street and are warmed by a wood-burning stove. On the second floor, a den occupies a north-facing dormer with a view of downtown. Eva Street House is quietly modern, modestly scaled, and integral to its old neighborhood context.

 

Project Team: Tim Cuppett, AIA; Dave Kilpatrick, AIA

Contact: cuppettarchitects.com, 512.450.0820

New Construction

2,733 square feet

Tour Parking: Open parking available on cross streets Annie and Milton, located at either end of the block on Eva.

Located in the Bouldin Neighborhood, one block off bustling South Congress, Eva Street House is a new urban infill home for empty nesters. Eager to embrace their surroundings, the owners wanted a home with a graciously scaled front porch and street-facing windows to project a welcoming presence on their pedestrian-friendly street. Indicative of the early 20th century era homes that fill the neighborhood, Eva Street House is a four-square plan with a central stair and second story tucked under its wide triangular roof. A new garage apartment occupies the back of the lot. Between the main house and garage apartment, a private screened porch and outdoor terrace compliment the community, embracing the front yard and porch. Interiors, although crisp and current, remain consistent with the scale of older neighboring homes. A cozy kitchen, living, and dining area maintain a view of the street and are warmed by a wood-burning stove. On the second floor, a den occupies a north-facing dormer with a view of downtown. Eva Street House is quietly modern, modestly scaled, and integral to its old neighborhood context.

 

Project Team: Tim Cuppett, AIA; Dave Kilpatrick, AIA

Contact: cuppettarchitects.com, 512.450.0820