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Austin’s most and least expensive homes sold 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 high seller this week is a Travis Heights home we featured in September. Designed and built by locals Jay Corder and Katz Builders, the 3,714-square-foot, two-story home has an indoor-outdoor open kitchen/living space with wall-sized sliding doors that open to a pool and yard as well as a floating, stainless-steel fireplace and touches of the ornate, such the marble-and-wood bar.

Built in 2009, the home also features custom railings, wenge and sapele wood cabinetry, Brazilian cherry floors, and basement/flex space that could be a recreation room, extra living area, or home theatre. Its rooftop deck has both a hot tub and a good view of Downtown.

1407 Alameda Drive. Listed on Sept. 2 for $1.857 million, it sold for $1.782 million on Jan. 26.

The most affordable home that sold last week was marketed as a teardown—or at least “as-is”—and has only on picture in its listing. Built in 1972, the one-story, frame-and-brick home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. No square footage is listed for the Southeast Austin home.

2202 Deadwood Drive. Listed on Jan. 7 for $125,000, it sold for $120,000 on Jan. 19.