Feature Photo: View of the property located at 5304 Bolm Road in Austin. Image: Aguacate Studios
San Marcos (Hays County) – Two DEN Property Group agents are working on two interesting listings that are both architecturally unique and designed by the same Austin architect, Alan Gonzalez of Aguacate Studios.
The innovative, turn-key real estate firm has agents Emily Waldmann and Megan Gallagher working on the listings.
The first property “Casa San Rogers” is nestled at 305 Reimer in San Marcos. Custom built by the previous owner/architect – the Rogers family – in the ’70s, it has been re-imagined by Aguacate Studios while still honoring the original Rogers family legacy.
The spacious 1.35 acre lot makes the property feel like a private retreat or compound, relaxing for all who enter. The stunning main house features vaulted ceilings and natural light, with unique elements like large front windows, a stucco fireplace and cork floors.
The guest house is beautifully designed with high ceilings, mirroring the style of geometric windows in the main house. The creativity flows through the home and into the surrounding area as there’s a new film studio planned to take root right near this property, which could make this the perfect enclave for a creative/artist to work and retreat all in the same vicinity.
The home’s Danish wood heated jacuzzi is one of many features like the screened-in porch, hill country landscape, concrete floors, custom furniture by Aguacate, and more in this truly cozy hideaway.
The other listing can be found at 5304 Bolm Road in Austin’s budding east side, also revamped through the Aguacate lens. The home is on a 0.44 acre lot that backs up to Boggy Creek, Govalle Park and the Walnut Creek Trail System, so one can walk into the park from its personal gate or jump onto the trail system that includes a bike path extending all the way to Manor.
The main house is 1,020 square feet with one bedroom and one bath, gorgeously designed to offer an elevated living space. Outside is a large, covered patio with an outdoor beverage fridge, sink, and entertainment area including built-in couches and sound system, which also includes a bathroom added between the main house and detached studio space.
This studio space provides a perfect balance for creative pursuits and functional needs of an office. The large, concrete patio off the back beckons yoga or an ice bath in the built in tub.
The property is cohesive, with the spaces flowing from one to the other and allowing for indoor and outdoor living. Custom-made windows all open wide, allowing the owner to live in tandem with the surroundings. Less than a mile from highway 183 and four miles from the heart of downtown, this home hits all the high notes of Austin living.
Edited from news release.