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High & Low: This Week's Most and Least Expensive Homes

A story of east, west, and in between

Welcome to the High & the Low, a Curbed column chronicling most and least expensive homes sold in Austin in the past seven days. (Data was obtained from national real estate brokerage Redfin.) Let's find see how far the pendulum swung this week.

3804 Stratford Hills Lane—The top sale is a 6,793-square-foot home in that magical zone near Redbud Trail and Lake Austin, but also somehow near downtown and in Westlake. The two-story house has five bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, a game/media room, and an exercise room. Listed April 21 and sold June 9, $2,495,000.

1903 McCall Road—A Tarrytown remodel built in 1939, this is a 4,569-square-foot stucco two-story on a .4-acre lot. It has three bedrooms and four bathrooms, plus the expected game room, chef's kitchen, outdoor kitchen, and pool. Listed $1,950,000 April 15; sold $1,922,611 June 8.

↑ 98 San Jacinto Boulevard #609—This 1,815-square-foot residence might be the first in The Four Seasons we've seen. It has two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and a balcony with downtown/river views. Listed at $1,495,00 May 21 and sold at $1,495,000 June 10.

10616 Mellow Meadows Drive, Unit 4A—On the other end of the condo spectrum, we have this perfectly fine looking two-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Anderson Mill/Northeast Austin. It measures 952 square feet and is in a complex with parks, a pool, and playgrounds. Listed $119,000 on May 5; sold $118,888 on June 10.

1015 East Yager Lane, Unit 204—The second least-expensive sale last week is also a condo, this one with two bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,004 square feet. This one is also Northeast and has what looks like well-maintained grounds and a swimming pool in the complex. Listed $135,000 on April 29; sold $135,000 on June 10.