The 969 (Agave) Subdivision is in East Austin
The award-winning subdivision of Nine Sixty Nine had markedly fewer sales (3) listed in the MLS for 2010 than in 2009 (19).
One of the homes that sold was designed by architect Eric Standridge with a 2-story open floor plan with a large second-story deck and a porch that runs the entire length of the home from front to back along one side.
Main-level floors are concrete in the majority of the homes in the Agave Design Series of homes in Nine Sixty Nine, in keeping with the minimalist design characteristic of the subdivision. Landscaping is also minimalist, with preferences for drought-tolerant native plants and landscaping features such as rocks that don’t require as much maintenance or watering.
Real Estate Sales Data for 2009 and 2010 for Agave
Photographs of the Modern and Boxy Homes in 969 (Agave)
Homes in 969 (Nine Sixty Nine, Agave) are colorful: orange, red, greens, and blues mixed with metal roofs, cedar garage doors and fencing. Some are stucco and some have hardi-plank style siding. All have strong design lines, and many have views of the Austin skyline, to the West of the Agave subdivision. The majority of the fenced homes have horizontal boards, instead of the vertical planks characteristic of most other Austin subdivisions.
The builder includes numerous energy-saving features into these homes, including energy-efficient insulation and HVAC.
note: these are NOT photos of homes that sold this year or last (although some may have). These are homes in the area that are characteristic of the stlye of the Nine Sixty Nine (Agave) subdivision.
Google Map of Nine Sixty Nine (Agave) in 78724
The Agave subdivision is east of both I-35 and 183 in Austin.