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The week’s most and least expensive home sales

The High & Low

A pool on a pavilion with attached glass house
4001 Verano 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!

The highest home sales price this week was nabbed by a classic design by Dick Clark Architecture, located in a West Austin neighborhood just outside Barton Creek Nature Preserve. Its modernist glass-and-stone exteriors and wood floors create welcoming spaces that with an indoor-outdoor flow that makes the most of huge, retractable glass walls that lead to outdoor living areas and a pool.

The 6,135-square-foot, one-story home has five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms as well as a detached cabana with a full bathroom and a kitchenette. The fenced backyard on the one-acre-plus grounds also features a covered patio, a waterfall, and a kitchen.

4001 Verano Drive. The home sold fairly quickly compared to the average for high-end properties. Listed on May 3 for $3.4 million, it sold on May 15 for $3.01 million.

1840 Burton Drive #105. A spiffed-up condo in East Riverside-Oltorf took this week’s most spot for the most affordable home sold. The 464-square-foot home has received renovations including wood-style vinyl flooring, recess LED lighting, and new drywall and paint, as well as a completely updated bathroom and kitchen. The one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo comes with a parking spot and has a fenced patio and a washer/dryer in the unit.

The condo was placed on the market on April 9 asking $139,900 and sold on May 11 for $133,000.