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One-day home sale was Austin’s most expensive last week

The High & the Low

A two-story McMansion aglow at dusk, with turret and two-story entry
14132 Flat Top Ridge
Redfin

It's time again for The High & the Low, a Curbed Austin column chronicling the most and least expensive homes sold in Austin in the past seven days. (Sales information gathered from Zillow, Redfin, and Realtor.) Let’s see what buyers and sellers bought and paid for this week!

There were two homes with Flat Top Ranch Road locations on the “10 most expensive homes” list we published recently, but last week’s top seller wasn’t one of them—possibly because it went for just a smidge under the bottom price on that list ($6.3 million)—even though it shares the same upscale address, more or less.

Located on Lake Austin (natch) in Bellagio Estates 10,119-square-foot home is set on more than 3.2 lakefront. It therefore comes with a two-story dock that includes two boat slips and upper and lower “party decks.”

There’s also more than 2,000 square feet of covered outdoor patios, a resort-style pool with a waterfall, hot tub, two outdoor kitchens, and a fire feature.

↑ Inside 14132 Flat Top Ranch Road are five bedrooms, seven bathrooms media and game rooms, an indoor basketball/sport court, two gyms, two executive offices, and many other luxurious spaces.

The gated property was listed for $6.2 million on Jan. 25 and sold the next day for $5.4 million.

12166 Metric Boulevard A North Austin condo backing to Walnut Creek was the least expensive home to sell last week. The one-bedroom, one-bathroom home has been remodeled features an Ikea kitchen with updated appliances and subway tile in the tub/shower combo, with a separate vanity area week’s least-expensive home to sell close to The Domain. It has a balcony and is located in complex close to the Domain that has mature trees and a pool.

The condo was listed Dec. 15 for $81,900 and sold Jan. 27 for $77,250.