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These were Austin’s most and least expensive home sales in the past week

The High & the Low

Large one-story white stucco home with ride tile roof
1817 Logans Hollow Drive 
Via 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 big winner last week was, unsurprisingly, a sprawling home in the western hills (more specifically, in the subdivision with the totally not awkward name of Summit on West Rim at Mount Larson).

The 4,736-square-foot home was designed in 2002 by Cornerstone Architects and has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, in addition to three living areas, a formal dining room, a game room/study, a media room, and three fireplaces. The open kitchen overlooks the breakfast and family rooms.

There’s also a three-car garage with refinished floors, and a pool, hot tub, cabana, outdoor fireplace, sport court, and large flat yard in back.

1817 Logans Hollow Drive was put on the market on February 23 for $2,200,000 and sold on May 8 for $2,136,750 (plus $1,500 annual HOA dues).

2450 Wickersham Lane Apt. 704 This week’s lowest-priced home sold is a cutely redone condo in East Riverside-Oltorf. It’s central location on public transportation and fairly convenient to downtown, area colleges, and the airport.

The 704-square-foot, second-floor unit has one bedroom and one bathroom, 9-foot ceilings, and a fireplace and faces a tree-filled courtyard, close to the complex’s three pools, hot tub, and large, fenced pet exercise area.

Listed for $125,000 on April 1, it sold for its asking price on May 5. HOA dues are $277/month.