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The most and least expensive homes sold in Austin last week

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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!

This week’s high-seller is a lovely, updated 1928 home in the historic Aldrige Place neighborhood north of the University of Texas. The two-story home has a subdued, stucco and masonry exterior and 2,456 square feet of living space. It has three bedrooms and two and a half bedrooms and features pine and oak wood floors, two fireplaces, plantation shutters & wood blinds, and a spacious kitchen with lots of natural light. There is also a roomy, screened porch with fireplace in back, along with a kitchen garden and a limestone patio. There’s a one-car garage, a nifty porte-cochère and long, paver-topped driveway on the .15 acre lot.

105 Laurel Lane. The central-city property was listed for $1,195,000 on Oct. 5 and sold on Jan. 8 for $1,125,000.

1840 Burton Drive #121. To take a look at the home on the other end of the spectrum, we return to the familiar Burton Drive, where the Silverado condo complex has a seemingly endless supply of homes for sale. Last week’s most affordable home is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit in the East Riverside-Oltorf community. It measures 464 square feet and has received a recent update that includes new cabinetry, stainless steel kitchen appliances, granite countertops, lighting, and hardware. The condo also has a Google Fiber connection.

Listed on Oct. 5 for $128,900, it sold Jan. 5 for $126,000.

↑ 105 Laurel Lane.