The house in Austin that went from $2.1 million to $4.8 million was a classic office building that had a lot of charm.
It was located just outside the downtown core and had three floors.
The architect was George H. Miller.
In the mid-1920s, Austin’s first skyscraper was built on top of it.
The Texas House is the latest addition to the growing list of high-rise office buildings that have fallen into disrepair.
The house in the Austin suburb of Garland was listed for $4,500,000 in 2015, and has been on the market for nearly two years.
It’s now on the block in an undisclosed location.
It’s also the latest high-end office building to fall into disuse.
This summer, a $2 million office building in Chicago was demolished after two decades of neglect.
The office building at 5th and Garland was demolished in July and replaced with a new building.
It is now a parking lot, but the old building will not be torn down.
The house at 6th and Cesar Chavez was torn down in October, replacing it with a condo.
The Texas House was originally built in 1918 as a five-story structure with a six-story main house.
It had an ornate entrance with a large staircase.
Its first floor housed offices, a pharmacy, and a hotel.
Its second floor was an office building with an outdoor kitchen and dining room.
It was built as a hotel in 1919 and became a rental building in 1926.
In 1922, it was remodeled as a seven-story residential building.
It was then torn down, and in 1926, it underwent a $8 million restoration to the original specifications.
The new construction features a large kitchen and bar, a dining room, a bathtub, and the house’s original entrance.
It has a pool.
On Wednesday, the house at 7th and Garfield was listed at $4 million, and its listed price is $4 billion.
It currently has an estimated $1.8 billion in cash and a $4-billion mortgage.