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For Sale in Austin

East Austin charmer seeks $740K

Home built in 1900 with recent addition features eclectic, subtle stylistic mix

Famed International-style landmark seeks $725K

Historic Red River home hits market for first time in 50 years

These five Austin homes haven’t sold for 100+ days. What gives?

Recent upgrades, great design, desirable locations, and price cuts can’t seem to close the deal

1950s home remodeled for light, simple appeal

Classic midcentury home updated with a minimalist feel asks $375K

Here’s what $2M buys around Austin

Swanky houses and condos in five neighborhoods: Downtown, Tarrytown, Zilker, Balcones Park, and Pemberton Heights

Vintage stone cottage wants $1.163M

Tarrytown home on large lot with garage apartment built in 1939

Sleek mod home in historic Hyde Park seeks $849K

Contemporary with separate apartment complements older dwellings in sought-after neighborhood

Buyers get another shot at a midcentury modern landmark

When one home by famed architect Harwell Hamilton Harris closes, another one asking $495K opens

East Austin home with spiffy separate apartment wants $750K

Classic limestone house in Cherrywood has charming cottage and yard

Sweet vintage bungalow asks $715K

Home built in 1930 with addition and updates on Austin’s famous West 37th Street

Here’s what $230K buys around Austin

Houses and condos in five neighborhoods: Travis Heights, East MLK, and farther-flung places north and south

Mod meets traditional in Old Enfield home asking $1.425M

Brick house built in 1960 has vintage bones, eclectic updates

Quonset hut home in Bear Creek asks $425K

Unique digs on two-plus acres offer something for city hippies and country hippies

Midcentury modern with original features asks $500K

Fixer-upper with personality in Highland Park West has potential

Small Holly home is a clean slate

East Austin fixer-upper in great location with tons of potential wants $369K

Here’s what $180K buys around Austin

Affordable finds in 5 neighborhoods: Downtown, North Loop, Far North, Garrison Park, and Southwest Austin

Updated 1970s home in Oak Hill asks $495K

Built in 1973, the ranch-style house has been opened up and pared down for a fresh, modern look

Fab South Austin contemporary asks $1.9M

Sweet Bouldin home with eye-popping price has stunning interiors and unique creekside lot

New South Austin condo seeks $540K

Freestanding unit in Galindo is sleek, contemporary, and fun

Mod rancher in North Shoal Creek wants $430K

Home built in 1967 has fresh renovation with fun, colorful touches

Clarksville gem with studio seeks $1.7M

Built in 1910 and completely restored, the home has a lovely, detached garage apartment in back

Classic downtown loft wants $825K

Intimate condo with industrial touches in boutique building overlooking Shoal Creek

Take a peek inside Jensen Ackles’s new Austin home

Austin meets late-60s California with great style and wry touches in CW star’s new family abode

Here’s what $450K buys around Austin

What we found in Downtown, Central East, South Lamar, Mueller, and Cherrywood

South Austin alley flat asks $435K

Contemporary sophistication in 876 square feet

Hyde Park charmer asks $699K

Sweet bungalow built in 1925 has period features and vintage charm

Transformed South Manchaca home with midcentury touches asks $550K

Transformed home with midcentury touches asks $550K

Charming small home in central Springdale area asks $320K

Remodeled 1930s cottage on large lot in leafy East-MLK neighborhood

Buy a small home with a large chicken coop for $395K

Updated East Austin cottage built in 1958 has spacious backyard set up for urban farming

Clarksville Craftsman with apartment asks $1.495M

Home with vintage charm and features on large property just west of downtown

Midcentury modern goes contemporary in Tarrytown

Classic home built in 1958 with updates by Michael Hsu asks $2.295M

Austin’s highest and lowest home sale prices in the past seven days

A new contemporary in a Barton Creek subdivision and an East Riverside condo are at top and bottom of price lists

Here’s what $1.5M buys around Austin

High-end homes in Tarrytown, Bouldin Creek, East Cesar Chavez, West Campus, and Downtown

Cherrywood cottage with guest house brings the charm

East Austin bungalow built in 1950 asks $625K

These are the most and least expensive homes sold in Austin last week

True to form: A Tarrytown McMansion and a Central East Austin condo occupy the high and the low

Charming vintage home in historic West Austin asks $785K

Deep Eddy Craftsman built in 1930

Century-old fixer-upper asks $850K

Large 1906 house in East Austin with original features and loads of potential

Downtown condo with fab design asks $650K

Top-notch interior update with high-end finishes and fixtures distinguishes centrally located Spring unit

Historic East Side landmark asks $2.5M

Lindemann House has original 1890s features, detached apartment, and city views