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, it’s checking out numbers in the Old West Austin neighborhood.
The Old West Austin neighborhood is bounded by Mopac Expressway on the west, Enfield Road on the south, North Lamar Boulevard on the east, and West 35th Street on the south. (The Clarksville neighborhood borders it on the south and is included in its neighborhood association, but because it was originally a freedman’s town and has a separate historic designation, it has very different housing stock and is excluded from this analysis.)
As the name and its inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places implies, Old West Austin is full of historic homes and comprises three subdistricts: Pemberton Heights, Old Enfield, and Brykerwoods. Many were built around the turn of or in the early 20th century. Located on a hill above Shoal Creek, it runs parallel to downtown above Enfield Road and was once considered the western edge of downtown. Today it’s a quiet, green, conveniently located area containing a mix of old, new, grand, and modest homes, including many city landmarks.
The current average listing price is $467 per square foot, but the individual properties that make up that average range considerably, from $292/square foot (1909 West 30th Street in Brykerwoods) to $786/square foot (1 Niles Road, an art-filled estate asking $8.25 million in Old Enfield).
You can dig into the full, interactive chart at the NeighborhoodX link below.
• Homes in the Range: Old West Austin (Aug. 2016) [NeighborhoodX]