Dating back to 1951, this thoughtfully renovated home is steeped in Austin history having been built and owned by Volma Overton — a prominent figure in Austin’s cultural and social landscape known most notably for his legal efforts to end racial segregation in Austin schools. Ideally located in the highly sought-after neighborhood of East Austin it offers the perfect blend of historic charm and urban conveniences. The extended family have served as dedicated stewards to the property preserving its architectural integrity and character all while having modernized it with the expected amenities and conveniences today’s modern lifestyle demands. It offers an inviting versatile floor plan with open living spaces, including an upstairs flex space that can serve as an additional living area, office, or additional bedroom. Mature trees and a covered back patio almost beckons for a glass of iced tea and relaxed conversation in a serene setting within the bustling city. The location offers easy access to Austin's cultural attractions, dining establishments, and vibrant downtown scene. The future homeowner will not only appreciate the home and its history, but also the discounted property taxes as it is registered as an historic home. 1403 Springdale Road is not just a house — it's an iconic piece of Austin's past that will continue to be enjoyed by future generations.