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Builder John Palosi was looking to design a new home for his family — a contemporary oasis in the tree-filled San Antonio neighborhood of Inverness — so, when a lot came up for sale, he jumped at the opportunity to live in the architecturally diverse, family-oriented community.
When Laura Britt, owner and principal of Britt Design Group, decided it was time to remodel the family’s 1951 ranch-style house, it was determined that this would not be feasible due to structural issues with the existing foundation. As the project shifted to a new construction, Britt sought for her personal residence to serve as a role model for universal design and accessibility, and to be an example of a home showcasing thoughtful ‘visitability.’
When David and Melissa Rubin decided they were ready for a lifestyle change, they swapped their sprawling home in the hills of West Austin for a sleek downtown
high-rise with sweeping views of the Texas State Capitol and The University of Texas.
An Austin family looking for a Hill Country escape found a year-round waterfront retreat that hits all the right notes.
More than 10 years ago, a cozy 1920s bungalow in downtown Austin enchanted the young local professional couple, and they soon nestled into a neighborhood they loved. As their family grew, they faced a dilemma: Move, or move on to the next stage of both their family and their very special abode.