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Here’s what it costs to buy in the Allandale neighborhood right now

A close-knit central area with lots of midcentury housing stock

Midcentury ranch house remodeled with wooden siding, original white brick on right side, picture window and new door and drought-tolerant yard
5913 Carleen Drive
Coldwell Banker

What does it cost to buy in Allandale 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.

A northwest central Austin neighborhood, Allandale is much like neighboring areas Rosedale, Brentwood, and Crestview in that it is close-knit and family-oriented, with lots of neighborhood activities (its Fourth of July parade is locally famous), and boasts quite a bit of housing stock built from the 1940s through the 1960s.

low-slung 1953 modern home with flat roof, beige brick pattern, clerestory and picture windows
2507 Great Oaks Parkway
Realty Austin

The neighborhood boundaries are Burnet Road to the east, Mopac to the west, Hancock Drive to the south, and West Anderson Lane to the north.

The average listing price in the neighborhood is $311/square foot, although the individual properties that make up this average range from $216 to $413/square foot.

Small, white wood/shingled house with black trim, slightly overgrown yard, possibly a teardown
3013 Perry Lane
Coldwell Banker

At the more affordable end of the range is 3013 Perry Lane, asking $216/square foot., while the most expensive listing on a per-square-foot basis is 2507 Great Oaks Parkway, which we featured on Curbed Austin last week.