If these walls could talk….You’ll be immediately enticed as you walk through the front lawn and notice the plaque on the home’s facade registering this as an Austin landmark and tipping its hat to a rich history, proudly listed in the National Register of Historical Places by the United States Department of the Interior. The Robinson-Watt House has hosted some of Texas’s most prominent and legendary characters. Neighbors talk of frequent visits by at least 4 governors and hearing loud colorful stories over the hedges by President LBJ. 1502 Marshall Lane is placed perfectly in the middle of Old Enfield, on a quiet cul-de-sac. Enjoy a less than 5 minute drive to downtown or the University of Texas campus, or a 5 minute walk to iconic Jeffrey’s Restaurant or Fresh Plus grocery. This was the first home in Austin to enjoy conditioned air. In 1937, the home was retrofitted to add this ultimate luxury and while they were at it, the owners put in very progressive stainless steel countertops which are still enjoyed today. Come see a timeless estate where authentic architectural design features reflect the original commitment to the artistry and quality that has stood the test of time. This home has shared only 4 owners in its 100 year history and now awaits its next chapter.