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Crestview home prices, high and low

A midcentury suburb is now a desirable central location

Small yellow wooden house with small porch, white railings and trim, red screen door
1800 West Saint Johns Avenue
Coldwell Banker

What does it cost to buy in Crestview right now? In an ongoing series with Curbed Austin, real-estate analytics site NeighborhoodX takes a close look at the range of sales asking prices in the area to find out.

While it’s considered central today, the Crestview neighborhood was developed on the site of an old dairy farm by A.B. Beddow in the 1950s and early 1960s and has the feel of an early suburb. Crestview is bordered by West Anderson Lane to the north, Burnet Road to the west, Justin Lane to the south, and North Lamar Boulevard to the east.

1955 single-story house with new metal roof painted dark blue
1913 Mullen Avenue
Zillow

Crestview is a fairly close-knit, solidly middle-class neighborhood fond of its longtime Austin businesses, such as the Minimax grocery store (recently sold) and Top Notch hamburgers. It’s located on a Metrorail stop and is surrounded by businesses just outside its mostly residential core.

The current average listing price for the neighborhood is $321 per square foot., but the individual listings which make up this average range from $206/square foot (1809 Morrow Street, a 1954 duplex on the market for $490,000) to $385 per square foot (1913 Mullen Avenue, an updated 1955 home asking $629,000).