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Austin’s most and least expensive home sales last week

The High & the Low

Open, unfurnished condo with light wood floors, open kitchen, downtown views from giant window wall
200 Congress Avenue (The Austonian) Unit 46TX
Moreland Properties

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 last seven days. (Sales information gathered from Zillow, Redfin, and Realtor.) Let’s see what buyers and sellers bought and paid for this week!

The biggest sale last week is a condominium in the Austonian—not too surprising, given its location, but we rarely see a condo at the top of the list.

Located on the 46th floor of what is still the tallest building, the home offers views that the listing describes as “300-degree”—not sure what you’re missing with that 60 degrees that aren’t part of the view, but probably not much.

The 4,932-square-foot home has four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Its build was designed by Ryan Street, and interior design is by Rachel Mast. It has suede walls, Rheme steel doors, and wood and marble floors. It comes with three reserved parking spaces and a storage space.

200 Congress, Unit 46TX was listed in December at $5.75 million and sold March 31 for $5.15 million. HOA dues are $4,011 per month.

2918 Ranch Road 620 N #119A. The least expensive home sold last week was also a condo, albeit one with a less impressive photo display. However, its location just north of Steiner Ranch, in a complex that provides lake access, makes up a lot (you just have to see it in your mind, as there aren’t photos of it).

The Villas on Travis has two pools, a hot tub, a sports court, a tennis court, a fitness center, and a tram to a sun deck and day dock on the lake. The 999-square-foot condo has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It was listed March 7 for $110,000 and sold March 31 for the asking price. HOA dues are $420/month.