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-priced seller this week is an eccentrically but fetchingly remodeled 1972 rancher with midcentury tendencies. It was fun to cover when it went on the market, and it looks like it’s fun to live in, too. The 4,778-square-foot Tarrytown home is a spectacular example of its style and era, and it has original features intact and in what looks like excellent shape.
It’s built around a courtyard pool with floor-to-ceiling, sliding windows/doors on all sides. It has a vaulted, beamed main room as well as two additional living areas—one a sunken room that isn’t quite a conversation pit, but close—and two stacked-stone fireplaces echoed by walls and built-in cabinets that also bring the exterior-wall material inside. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
↑ 3413 Southill Circle. The home was placed on the market for $2.5 million on April 23 and sold for $2.4 million on August 24.
↑ 15120 Arizona Oak Lane. A single-family home in Hornsby Bend east of Austin was this week’s most-affordable sale. The 1,326-square-foot, one-story house is located on a corner lot and has established, appealing landscaping and a fenced backyard. It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The home was placed on the market for $175,000 on July 19 and sold for its asking price on August 22.