Moore-Hancock Farmstead

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When history buffs take the time to search through urban Austin, they can come across the old remains of the city's beginnings. Moved into by Irish native and mercantile merchant Martin Moore in 1850, this farmstead of a formally 521-acre farm has survived to serve as a remaining display of the architecture common for pioneer dwellings and as a living specimen of life in the old capital.


Moore-Hancock Farmstead
4811 Sinclair Avenue
Austin, TX 78756