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These were the most and least expensive homes purchased in Austin last week

The High & the Low

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 priciest home sold last week could have made our list of 15 most expensive homes on the Austin market if it had been on the market in April, the last time we updated that map. A 16,406-square-foot, three-story mansion built in 2005, has been refreshed and refurbished with all the bells and whistles one would expect from such a residence.

Located on a hill in the Costa Bella subdivision, it has views of the river and lake and some waterfront footage, as well as a private dock. The 3.7-acre lot includes a main house with nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and three half-bathrooms and two detached houses with one bedroom and one bathroom each, along with living rooms, full kitchens, and other amenities.

219 Bella Riva Drive. The main home has a full-sized gym, a wine cellar and tasting room, a theater, two wet bars, and recreation rooms on every level. The owner’s suite includes two studies, and the house has four living rooms and two dining rooms; all bedrooms are en-suite, and the living areas open on to several large terraces and a resort-style, three-level pool.

The home was listed on Aug. 1, asking $7,200,000, and sold Sept. 20 for $6,550,000.

10616 Mellow Meadows Drive, Unit 19B. Not unexpectedly, a condo in Anderson Mill was Austin’s most affordable sale last week. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit measures 952 square feet. Located on the second floor, it back to a park area and is in a complex that offers amenities including a pool, a clubhouse, a walking/jogging area, a gym, volleyball and basketball courts, and more.

The home was listed on April 11 for $135,000 and sold for the asking price on Sept. 15.