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10 Austin homes on the market for under $200K

Yep, mostly condos

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Just as it can be entertaining to take a peek at the most expensive homes for sale in Austin, it can be interesting—as well as helpful, if you’re home-hunting—to see what’s available at the most affordable end of the spectrum.

The challenges for each list are different. In the case of least-expensive homes, they tend to be 1) condominiums, and 2) condominiums clustered in the same neighborhoods and even the same complexes—particularly student-heavy areas such as neighborhoods north and west of the University of Texas and East Riverside-Oltorf. For variety, this list includes representative examples of similar condos rather than going strictly by every price increment.

We’ve also excluded mobile homes, obvious tear-downs, and homes that have income qualifications for affordability. Our research is also limited to the largest and most-used listings sites, so it’s possible we missed a good home to include here if it’s a private listing or for sale by owner. Think of this map as a snapshot or a starting point, depending on whether you’re on the home hunt or just curious.

Properties are ordered from highest to lowest price.

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7103 Townsborough Drive

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Asking price: $198,905

Size: 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, 1,188 square feet

The lowdown: This one-story, brick house is located in Northeast Austin and looks like it has been updated fairly recently. It has has ceiling fans, granite counter tops, a tile backsplash, a kitchen island, and tile design in both bathrooms.

3204 Menchaca Road, Unit 314

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Asking price: $185,000 (HOA dues $115 per month)

Size: 1 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 420 square feet

The lowdown: Located within the 78704, this condo in the Ivy complex has stainless-steel appliances, bamboo flooring, granite countertops, and track lighting, as well as easy access to public transit.

7409 Chisos Pass

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Asking price: $175,000

Size: 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, 1,401 square feet

The lowdown: Most single-family homes in this price range are going to need a bit of work, and this one-story, northeast Austin fixer-upper is no exception. Built in 1976, it’s on a fairly large lot, convenient to major highways, and is being sold “as-is.”

407 E 45th Street #210

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Asking price: $175,000 (HOA dues $250 per month)

Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms, 500 square feet

The lowdown: Hyde Park, another popular enclave for student renters as well as bungalow fanatics, offers this one-story condo near popular spots Juiceland and the Flag Store. It has the requisite granite counters, stone backsplash, stainless appliances, and a breakfast bar as well as tile and real wood flooring.

2202 Mission Hill Drive #104

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Asking price: $169,900 (HOA dues $230 per month)

Size: 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathrooms, 983 square feet

The lowdown: This two-story condo is located on the southeastern edge of East Riverside-Oltorf and is bordered by Mabel Davis Park. It has been updated recently and features a private patio, washer/dryer hookups, and a designated parking space. Google Fiber is also available.

1510 W North Loop Boulevard #312

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Asking price: $168,000 (HOA dues $254 per month)

Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 725 square feet

The lowdown: A condo in a Brentwood complex called the Paddock, this one-story unit has hard-tile floors, a walk-in closet, and a study area. It comes with a covered parking space.

7685 Northcross Dr

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Asking price: $165,000 (HOA fees $220 per month)

Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 650 square feet

The lowdown: Located in a leafy Allandale complex with a pool, hot tub, exercise room, and barbecue pits, this condo has washer-dryer connections, a walk-in closet, and granite-marble counters as well as HOA fees that include able, internet, water, and wastewater. 

4509 Secure Lane #41

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Asking price: $160,000 (HOA fees $30 per month)

Size: 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 800 square feet

The lowdown: This unique, one-story, detached condo has stained concrete floors, an open floor plan, and two reserved parking spaces in the back of the property with alley access. It’s located in far northeast Austin, near Austin’s Colony.

304 E 33rd Street #12

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Asking price: $159,950 (HOA dues $161 per month)

Size: 1 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 432 square feet

The lowdown: Located in a North University that has long been a popular spot for UT students and recent graduates, this condo is sort of a semi-studio, with the bedroom separated from the living area and kitchen by a wall-sized sliding door. It has new wood-style floors, updated stainless appliances, and upgraded granite countertops. There is one parking space included and a common laundry room.

1840 Burton Drive #229

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Asking price: $124,000 (HOA dues $307 per month)

Size: 1 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 464 square feet

The lowdown: This East Riverside condo has a washer/dryer connection, ceramic tile, and a recently updated water heater air-conditioning. It’s the least expensive home for sale turned up in our search.

7103 Townsborough Drive

Asking price: $198,905

Size: 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, 1,188 square feet

The lowdown: This one-story, brick house is located in Northeast Austin and looks like it has been updated fairly recently. It has has ceiling fans, granite counter tops, a tile backsplash, a kitchen island, and tile design in both bathrooms.

3204 Menchaca Road, Unit 314

Asking price: $185,000 (HOA dues $115 per month)

Size: 1 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 420 square feet

The lowdown: Located within the 78704, this condo in the Ivy complex has stainless-steel appliances, bamboo flooring, granite countertops, and track lighting, as well as easy access to public transit.

7409 Chisos Pass

Asking price: $175,000

Size: 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, 1,401 square feet

The lowdown: Most single-family homes in this price range are going to need a bit of work, and this one-story, northeast Austin fixer-upper is no exception. Built in 1976, it’s on a fairly large lot, convenient to major highways, and is being sold “as-is.”

407 E 45th Street #210

Asking price: $175,000 (HOA dues $250 per month)

Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms, 500 square feet

The lowdown: Hyde Park, another popular enclave for student renters as well as bungalow fanatics, offers this one-story condo near popular spots Juiceland and the Flag Store. It has the requisite granite counters, stone backsplash, stainless appliances, and a breakfast bar as well as tile and real wood flooring.

2202 Mission Hill Drive #104

Asking price: $169,900 (HOA dues $230 per month)

Size: 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathrooms, 983 square feet

The lowdown: This two-story condo is located on the southeastern edge of East Riverside-Oltorf and is bordered by Mabel Davis Park. It has been updated recently and features a private patio, washer/dryer hookups, and a designated parking space. Google Fiber is also available.

1510 W North Loop Boulevard #312

Asking price: $168,000 (HOA dues $254 per month)

Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 725 square feet

The lowdown: A condo in a Brentwood complex called the Paddock, this one-story unit has hard-tile floors, a walk-in closet, and a study area. It comes with a covered parking space.

7685 Northcross Dr

Asking price: $165,000 (HOA fees $220 per month)

Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 650 square feet

The lowdown: Located in a leafy Allandale complex with a pool, hot tub, exercise room, and barbecue pits, this condo has washer-dryer connections, a walk-in closet, and granite-marble counters as well as HOA fees that include able, internet, water, and wastewater. 

4509 Secure Lane #41

Asking price: $160,000 (HOA fees $30 per month)

Size: 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 800 square feet

The lowdown: This unique, one-story, detached condo has stained concrete floors, an open floor plan, and two reserved parking spaces in the back of the property with alley access. It’s located in far northeast Austin, near Austin’s Colony.

304 E 33rd Street #12

Asking price: $159,950 (HOA dues $161 per month)

Size: 1 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 432 square feet

The lowdown: Located in a North University that has long been a popular spot for UT students and recent graduates, this condo is sort of a semi-studio, with the bedroom separated from the living area and kitchen by a wall-sized sliding door. It has new wood-style floors, updated stainless appliances, and upgraded granite countertops. There is one parking space included and a common laundry room.

1840 Burton Drive #229

Asking price: $124,000 (HOA dues $307 per month)

Size: 1 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 464 square feet

The lowdown: This East Riverside condo has a washer/dryer connection, ceramic tile, and a recently updated water heater air-conditioning. It’s the least expensive home for sale turned up in our search.