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, after more number crunching, it has issued a report that consolidates the average and range of home sales asking prices for the neighborhoods it covered in July.
NeighborhoodX did a similar analysis at the end of June; It is probably worth noting that areas the site analyzes vary from month to month, and not all city neighborhoods are included.
Across Austin, housing prices ranged from $179/square foot (the least expensive property for sale in MLK) to $800/square foot (the most expensive listed in Bouldin Creek). If this analysis had included Downtown, prices would be even higher at the upper end—they were up to up $1,658/square foot, for a residence at the Austonian, in the June chart.
To put the prices in context, the most expensive listings (on a per square foot basis) in Northwest Hills/Far West ($280/square foot), Pecan Springs/Springdale ($270/square foot), and Bee Cave ($291/square foot) were still priced below the least expensive listing in East Cesar Chavez ($297/square foot).
You can view the full, interactive chart at the link below.