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What’s for sale—and what it costs—in Rosedale

Small, single-family homes still prevail

Small light green frame house with tall trees
4410 Sinclair Avenue
Via Realty Austin

How much does it cost to buy a home in Rosedale these days?

In an ongoing series with Curbed Austin, real-estate analytics site NeighborhoodX took a close look at the range of sales asking prices per square foot in the area to find out.

Today's focus is the Rosedale neighborhood, 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 current average asking price (for the subset of the market analyzed) is $357 per square foot. However, the individual properties behind this average range from $243 per square foot (4520 Highland Terrace, ) to $645 per square foot (4806 Ramsey Avenue, an older single-family home asking $599,999), a remodeled 1950s house on the market for $440,000).

If the Ramsey Avenue property, which is unusual in that it is a relatively small home on a large lot, is excluded, the price range is a somewhat tighter $243 to $483 per square foot.