At the end of the most desired street in Clarksville you will find this gorgeous, refined, and luxurious reimagining of the McCullough House, built in 1912 with downtown views at every level. This 4/3.5 home is just under 3,700 ft. of interior space and sits on a very generous .20 acre lot at the end of Harthan (not a through street). Monte Goertz worked with the current owner, along side designer Cathy Echols to create a home that is incomparable to anything else in Austin. Featuring refined opulence at every turn, the floors are a dark refinished long leaf pine, often topped with custom cut seagrass. After entering through the oversized from porch, you are welcomed into the home with beautiful openness and warmth. The main level living room has multiple, sizable art walls and is highlighted by one of the three fireplaces on the property. Through the living, you enter into what is truly an entertainers kitchen with an enormous island that functions as a dining space with gorgeous, rich toned natural stone counters and custom tile work. A den is adjacent to the kitchen and is a perfect place for imitate gatherings with friends, or can be returned to its original state as a separate dining room. Upstairs you find the primary bedroom suite with fireplace, adjoined by a well outfitted and spacious closet and a primary bath with soaking tub and separate shower. There are two additional bedrooms on the second level, and the third level is a private ensuite guest retreat even with dedicated entrance to a city-view rooftop deck. The exterior of the home is designed for entertaining but also for the private enjoyment of the owner, with custom steel edge work leading you to the pool, flanked by a plein-air copper soaking tub with a separate outdoor shower. By the pool, you have an eating and socializing space with custom stone gas fireplace, with outdoor kitchen steps away. Ample on-site parking and driveway, with beautiful plantings and landscaping on all sides of the home.