Showing property with a Dash of History, for Good Measure

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 Last week, I was in Round Rock and then, moved on to Downtown, Austin to view some condominiums.  If you haven’t been to the historical district of Round Rock, it is quite charming. Downtown, I went to the Brown Building and the Nokonah.  Located on W 9th Street, the Nokonah is in the heart of Duncan Park and within walking distance to Whole Foods, restaurants and shops.  

Built in 1940, the Brown Building, on Colorado Street holds a historical designation, which gives owners an additional tax exemption.  The building was originally utilized as office space, some of which was occupied  by politicians,  including former President Lyndon B. Johnson. In 1998, The Brown Building was converted to loft style condominiums.  The Brown Bar and Gumbos restaurant are on the first floor, for your dining pleasure. Here’s a peak

Reminder:   we must be under contract by April 30th in order to qualify for the tax credit.

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