Welcome To 1714 Cromwell Hill

Elegant 1938 two-story stone residence located in the historic Old Enfield neighborhood in central Austin. This beautiful home has been carefully restored by the current owners while retaining as many original architectural elements as possible- refinished hardwood floors throughout, original doors, hardware, lighting fixtures. Two spacious living areas located on the main level plus a lovely screened porch overlooking the shady backyard. Formal dining room plus breakfast nook in kitchen. Four bedrooms are located on the second level including the master suite with its own screened porch. Separate guest quarters are located above the garage- ideal for guests, home office, home gym, or art studio. Atrium doors from the dining room lead out to a patio and large backyard with gorgeous oak trees. Other outdoor amenities include a chicken coop, outdoor shower and storage shed. Updates to the home include electrical wiring, plumbing, insulation in walls and attic, double-hung insulated windows, garage and guest quarters (2004), screened porches rebuilt (2003), driveway, patio, rock walls and fencing (2005).





Acreage: .29

  • You have to tour this awesome Austin home! 

    Suzanne Pringle - Kuper Sotheby's International Realty



Presented By

Suzanne Pringle


Suzanne Pringle brings 20 years’ experience selling Central Austin real estate. Specializing in Austin’s older established neighborhoods, Suzanne enjoys marketing and selling everything from historic homes and fixer-uppers to new construction and investment properties. Suzanne loves the character of the older homes and interesting people she meets and works with in Austin’s central neighborhoods such as Hyde Park, Hancock, North University, Brykerwoods, Pemberton, Rosedale , Clarksville, Tarrytown, Travis Heights, Bouldin and Zilker.
Suzanne is often asked by homeowners to consult with them about which improvements or repairs should be made prior to putting their house on the market. Her experience with renovation projects gives her great insight for counseling clients as to which improvements make the most financial sense and maximize resale value. Suzanne appreciates the commitment of time and hard work involved in restoring older properties based on the recent restoration of her personal home, the Padgett-Painter House, a 1920s Colonial Revival in the Aldridge Place neighborhood that is now a City Historic Landmark.
In marketing properties for sale, Suzanne utilizes all of the latest technology and networking resources. Each of her listings has a dedicated website featuring professional photos, a virtual tour and other key property information. Her assistant, Lindsay Allen, is an internet marketing specialist working behind the scenes to syndicate her listings to all of the leading real estate websites, the public and other Realtors. A customized marketing plan will be created for each listing to ensure that the property is being advertised to the appropriate target market via the internet, print publications and direct mail.
When not working, Suzanne enjoys spending time at home with her husband and two kids and traveling.