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Wanna live like Uchi chef-owner Tyson Cole? You can for $1.6 million

Wanna live like Uchi chef-owner Tyson Cole? You can for $1.6 million

Tyson Cole House 1009 The High Road
Uchi chef-owner Tyson Cole's West Austin home is on the market. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Tyson Cole Formal Living
Saltillo tile runs throughout the living spaces. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Chef Tyson Cole Formal Dining 1009 The High Road
Formal dining area suits cozy dinner parties. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Tyson Cole Family Room 1009 The High Road
A banquette in a family room. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Chef Tyson Cole eat-in kitchen 1009 The High Road
Eat-in kitchen, with seating for six. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Chef Tyson Cole Master Bedroom 1009 The High Road
Light streams into the master bedroom. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Tyson Cole Master Bath
The clean, understated master bath. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Chef Tyson Cole Screened Porch
Screened-in porch provides more area to entertain. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Chef Tyson Cole Rear Exterior Home
The home sits on a half-acre in an area known as Old Westlake. Courtesy of Gottesman Real Estate
Tyson Cole House 1009 The High Road
Tyson Cole Formal Living
Chef Tyson Cole Formal Dining 1009 The High Road
Tyson Cole Family Room 1009 The High Road
Chef Tyson Cole eat-in kitchen 1009 The High Road
Chef Tyson Cole Master Bedroom 1009 The High Road
Tyson Cole Master Bath
Chef Tyson Cole Screened Porch
Chef Tyson Cole Rear Exterior Home

Chef Tyson Cole became a household name in Austin when he opened his award-winning Japanese fine-dining establishment Uchi in 2003. Cole's footprint is now felt across Texas, with Uchiko in Austin, Uchi Houston and the forthcoming Uchi Dallas

Tucked away in the Old Westlake neighborhood of Austin, Cole's home is surrounded by lush greenery and trees yet maintains a pristine view of the downtown skyline. Built in 1974, the home has been updated recently for maximum entertainment.

The 4,000-square-foot house, which sits on a half-acre of land, has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, four living areas and a screened-in porch. There is also a one-bedroom guest apartment on the premises.

The kitchen features a large eat-in island with seating for six, so guests can watch the chef prepare his meal. Elements like Saltillo tile, checkered hardwood floors and rustic chandeliers add to the home's understated charm and casual feel. 

Purchased by Cole in 2008, the home is currently listed by Nicole Kessler of Gottesman Residential Real Estate for $1,595,000.