Haskell Health House – Urban Garden Home in Austin

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The Haskell Health House is an urban garden home steps from Lady Bird Lake, Austin, Texas. Thoughtful interior spaces fill the home with over 1100 sq ft of landscaped living featuring an outdoor kitchen, dining space, cocktail lounge, master screened porch and a roof deck with lake views. Lots of light fill north facing clerestory windows that let hot air escape to keep the home naturally cool. The house was completed in 2015. Photos by Twist Tours

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