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Here’s what it costs to buy in Rosedale right now

Condos and older homes mix with new construction in a centrally located, established neighborhood

Large new two-story white hardiplank house with brown roof
4407 Rosedale Avenue
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What does it cost to buy a home in Rosedale 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.

The Rosedale neighborhood is a wonkily shaped area in north central Austin, bordered by parts of Burnet Road and Lamar Boulevard, approximately between West 38th Street and North Loop Boulevard West/Hancock Drive.

The neighborhood is centrally located and surrounded by similar neighborhoods including Allandale, Brykerwoods, and Crestview, that were developed in the 1940s, 50s, and 60s, and still have a good amount of their original housing stock.

The current average listing price for Rosedale is $344 per square foot, although the individual properties that contribute to this average range from $259 per square foot (3902 Peterson Avenue #106, a condo asking $160,000) to $395 per square foot (4407 Rosedale Avenue, a new, single-family home on the market for $909,500).

You can check out more of what Rosedale has to offer right now in the linked chart below.