These days everyone wants to live in Austin, and the city has no shortage of modern homes on the market. If you are dreaming about a home with a sleek design that often includes big glass windows, a modern home is right up your alley.


Here are seven modern homes on the market.

$1,249,990

Location: 4016 Diligence Dr.

A short drive from Mount Bonnell, this four bedroom, four bath West Austin home has all the finishing touches that make modern homes so desirable. View it here.

$1,299,000

Location: 2010 Wright St.

Perfect for hosting guests, this Zilker gem has a detached guest house. With four bedrooms and four baths, this is the perfect home for a family. Nearby, you'll find Alamo Drafthouse, Merit Coffee and Uchi. View it here.

$1,300,000

Location: 2211 E. 5th St.

This home is newly built, resembling the style of the trendy Holly area. It has three bedrooms and three baths. This home has the big glass windows you expected when looking at modern homes. View it here.

$1,995,000

Location: 2300 Bridle Path

One of the few homes built in the 1950s that is still around, this three bedroom home has the charm of an earlier era. It also offers a quick drive to a relaxing day at Lake Austin. View it here.

$2,500,000

Location: 1611 Collier St.

While it may be a new build, this Zilker treasure calls back to mid-century architecture. The expansive windows create a beautiful view of the yard from the kitchen sink. It has three bedrooms and three baths. View it here.

$2,699,000

Location: 1820 Kenwood Ave.

This Travis Heights home harkens back to a different decade with its subtle use of brick. It has three bedrooms, three baths. View it here.

$2,995,000

Location: 1904 Paramount Ave.

This beautiful midcentury modern home features a pool, stunning bathroom tile and huge sliding glass doors exiting the kitchen. Not to mention easy access to South Lamar and Zilker Park. It has three bedrooms and three baths. View it here.


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