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Pease Place Condominiums

1603 Enfield Road
Austin, TX 78703

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Pease Place Condominiums - Location and Description

For a long time construction was stalled on the development of a new condominium community near West Lynn and Enfield in historic central Austin. A new development team took over, and the community is scheduled for completion in March of 2012. Pease Place is named after Pease Park, which is located North of Enfield alongside Shoal Creek.

Pease Place - Architecture and Features

Pease Place was designed and built with sustainability in mind. The exterior facade is composed of an attractive stucco and limestone mixture with steel balconies. Each unit is fitted with an individually metered solar voltaic array. Other energy efficient features include LED lighting, tankless water heaters, open-cell spray foam insulation and Energy Star rated heating and air conditioning systems.


Pease Place - Unit Styles

Pease Place has 25 units with 4 studios, 19 one bedroom and 2 two bedroom floor plans. Call for pricing and floor plan details. HOA fees are anticipated to be $.26/square foot.



Pease Place - Make one Yours!

Call 512-771-7462 to find out more or to schedule a tour. Reservations for units in this community are being taken now and can be secured for $1,000. In April 2012, reservations will turn into contracts which require earnest money deposits of $3,000 for the studios, $6,000 for the one bedroom units and $9,000 for the two bedroom units.

Pease Place - My Hard-Hat Tour - March 2012!

Some Sky Realty associates and I went on a hard-hat tour of the property in March of 2012. It was fascinating and fun. I was afraid the units would be noisy inside because of the location on Enfield, but I was wrong. The windows and exterior construction are of such high quality that you could barely hear any street noise from the inside.

Some of the units have dynamite views of the Austin Skyline and others look out into the quaint Clarksville neighborhood.