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The High & the Low: the week’s most and least expensive home sales

A country-club contemporary and an updated condo

New contemporary with pool
 4501 Amarra Drive
Via Redfin

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 top seller is a new, quite large contemporary. It’s located in the Amarra subdivision of the Barton Creek Country Club neighborhood. The two-story, 6,430-square-foot has stone and brick exteriors, and Hill Country and golf-course views from most rooms.

In addition to its five bedrooms and six bathrooms, the light-filled home has a chef’s kitchen with Wolf appliances, a Sub Zero refrigerator and wine-cooling ocntraption, and a separate butler pantry with an additional dishwasher, sink, and ice maker. Outside are large covered patios, a fireplace, a poo, and a spa.

The home’s gated community includes a private golf course and putting green, tennis courts, and a fitness center.

4501 Amarra Drive. The luxury home was listed on Jan. 3 for $3.495 million and sold March 16 for $3.230 million.

10616 Mellow Meadows Drive Unit 1C. The most affordable home sold this week is, not surprisingly, a condominium. This one is located on a street with an appealingly laid-back name in the Far North Austin neighborhood of the Meadows at Anderson Mill. The second-floor unit measures 952 square feet and has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The home’s thorough updates before its sale included new carpet, granite counters in tge kitchen and bathrooms, stainless appliances, and a new bathroom tub and tile, as well as new lighting and ceiling fans.

The home was placed on the market Nov. 28 for $149,500 and sold on March 21 for $143,000.