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Neighborhood Market Watch: What it Costs to Buy in Manchaca Right Now

Skirting the Austin territory

In an ongoing series for Curbed Austin, real-estate analytics site NeighborhoodX is taking a close look at sales price ranges in different neighborhoods. Today, they’re branching out a little beyond Austin’s borders, to Manchaca, Texas.

An unincorporated Travis County community about six miles southwest of Downtown Austin, Manchaca has fewer than 2,000 residents. So it’s both a small, rural town and a bedroom community.

The average listing price for Manchaca right now is $165/square foot, and the individual properties that contribute to this average occupy a fairly tight range: $131/square foot (317 Anacua Loop, a new build scheduled for October) to $214/square foot (13500 Carpenter Lane).

To put this in the context of some of the Austin neighborhoods we've covered, from May 2016 prices, the least expensive properties in Barton Hills were $211/square foot, and the least expensive in North Loop were $229/square foot.

You can view the full, interactive chart at the NeighborhoodX link below.

Austin homes in the range: Manchaca (June 2016) [NeigbhorhoodX]