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Highest and lowest July home sales prices for 15 Austin neighborhoods

By square foot, from Bouldin Creek to Springdale and points in between

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.