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Last week’s most and least expensive Austin home sales

The High & the Low

↑ 36 Sundown Parkway
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!

Last week’s highest-selling property is located in Westlake Oaks, an Austin subdivision adjacent to West Lake Hills just east of Highway 360.

This is the home you have been waiting for! 5 or 6 BR, 4.5 BTHS with private study/home office on 1.82 acres. The house was built in 1983, but the stone veneer on all sides makes it look like a classic Hill Country home of much older vintage. Located on 1.82 oak-covered acres, the house is on a winding circular driveway and with a waterfall feature marking the entrance.

The interior of the five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath home has been updated in a contemporary country style and features a large gourmet kitchen with views of the backyard deck and cooking area, a playing field, a basketball court, and a pool. Recently

36 Sundown Parkway. Listed for $2.25 million on March 2, it sold on April 17 for $2.24 million.

12166 Metric Boulevard #2009. The most affordable home sold last week is a 727-square-foot condo in Far North Austin. It looks bright and updated, and has laminate floors, a deck off the dining area, and a kitchen with granite/marble counters and a breakfast bar. The complex backs to the Walnut Creek Greenbelt and its 7.5 miles of hike-and-bike trail. It’s also near a number of major employers, including Dell, Google, IBM, and Apple. The condo community offers amenities including a pool, tennis and sports courts, and a fitness center.

The condo was listed on December 22 for $114,900 and, after being deslisted and relisted a couple of times, sold on April 13 for $112,000.