Peter and Clotilde Shipe Mansbendel House
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Peter Mansbendel and Clotilde Shipe House
|Location||3824 Ave. F
Austin, Texas, USA
|Architectural style||Tudor Revival|
|MPS||Hyde Park MPS|
|NRHP Reference #||90001183|
|Added to NRHP||August 16, 1990|
The Peter and Clotilde Shipe Mansbendel House is an historic home in the Hyde Park Historic District in Austin, Texas, United States. It is also a part of the Shadow Lawn Historic District, a subdivision within the Hyde Park neighborhood established by Hyde Park founder Monroe Shipe.
The house was built in 1925 by Peter Mansbendel, a master carpenter who personally added carved-wood decorations to the home. Mansbendel also carved wooden doors for the mid-century restoration of the Governor's Palace in San Antonio, and provided work for Austin's first permanent public library in 1933.
The house is located at 3824 Avenue F. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
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