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Austin's most and least expensive homes on the market

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Data analytics site NeighborhoodX has been at it again, this time compiling lists of the most and least expensive homes currently on the Austin market. Curbed Austin mapped the findings, which revealed—or perhaps confirmed—that the city is not exactly full of mixed-income neighborhoods. The priciest homes, in other words, are to the west, and mostly by the water. Lower-priced homes, all condos in this case, tend to be far north and southeast.

The most expensive residences in the city range in size from 2,961 square feet to 20,708 square feet, with prices as low as $7.75 million and as high as $25 million. In comparison, the least expensive listings run in price from $83,000 (with $207/month homeowners' fees) to $118,000/$113 HOA fees. On a per-square-foot basis, prices run from $130 per square to $6,370 (with the higher end somewhat distorted by the amount of land that comes with the house).

For more of NeighborhoodX's findings, check out the charts below.

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903 Crystal Mountain Drive

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Asking price: $25 million

Size: 4-bed, 5.5-bath, 6,588-square-foot single-family home/ranch

Price per square foot:$3,794

The lowdown: This 128-acre equestrian ranch with large home and many, many amenities has been the most expensive property on the local market for a while, but it’s not for lack of desirability. It’s private but very close to downtown, has Barton Creek frontage, panoramic views, and some pretty fancy barns and outbuildings.

3148 Above Stratford Place

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Asking price: $13.5million

Size: 6-bed, 9-bath, 9,990-square-foot house

Price per square foot: $1,389

The lowdown: Perched above Lake Austin’s Red Bud Isle, this Mediterranean home offers enviable views, sumptuous mahogany floors, plaster walls, Carrara marble, high barreled ceilings, and 4.4 private, landscaped acres with lake access

4433 River Garden Trail

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Asking price: $12.9 million

Size: 2-bed, 3-bath, 20,708-square-foot house

Price per square foot:$622

The lowdown: On a private, three-acre hilltop, this French country estate-inspired home offers a spectacular panorama showcasing the curvature of Lake Austin, Mount Bonnell, and the Austin skyline, plus a grand house to suit the view.

3336 Mount Bonnell Road

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Asking price: $12 million

Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 2,961 square feet home built in 1908

Price per square foot: $6,730

The lowdown:The square footage on this home looks weird, but it makes sense when you consider it’s a vacation cabin, built from stacked stone in 1908. Around that valuable piece of local history is an extraordinary waterfront property on Lake Austin, with three-plus acres and more than 300 feet of waterfront. It’s on the market for the first time in 100 years.

12861 Hughes Park Road

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Asking price: $10 million

Size: 5-bed, 7.5-bath, 13,127 square feet

Price per square foot:$754

The lowdown: A fully fenced and gated private estate on 10 acres with panoramic Lake Travis views from almost every room. It includes a dock and new tram, in addition to furnishings and a separate guest apartment. Theater, wine, and exercise rooms, too.

219 Bella Riva Drive

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Asking price: $9.75 million

Size: 9-bed, 10.5-bath, 16,406 square feet

Price per square foot: $594

The lowdown: A 3.7-acre, gated estate on 3.7 acres in Costa Bella, a luxury waterfront community on Lake Travis, this home has a private boat dock, two guest houses, and is basically a private resort.

1 Niles Road

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Asking price: $8.25 million

Size: 6-bed, 6-bath, 10,496 square feet

Price per square foot: $786

The lowdown: A unique Old Enfield house inspired by an Italian city home and filled with art, this property on .61 acres has big outdoor entertaining areas and an attached guest house.

14800 Flat Top Ranch Road

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Asking price: $7.75 million

Size: 5-bed, 8-bath, 13,731 square feet

Price per square foot: $564

The lowdown: This is a modern, 6.8 acre Lake Austin waterfront estate in the exclusive Steiner Ranch community. It has manicured grounds and gardens, a resort-style pool, sports court, double boat dock with a party deck, and 600 feet of Lake Austin waterfront.

4401 North Capital of Texas Highway

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Asking price: $7.75 million

Size: 7-bed, 7.5-bath, 11,012 square feet

Price per square foot: $564

The lowdown: This is a modern, 6.8 acre Lake Austin estate in the exclusive Steiner Ranch community. It has manicured grounds and gardens, a resort-style pool, sports court, double boat dock with a party deck, and 600 feet of waterfront.

2500 Burleson Road #716

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Asking price: $118,000

HOA dues: $113/month

Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 499-square-foot condo

Price per square foot:$236

The lowdown: This bright-looking condo has private balcony and is conveniently located in the East Riverside-Oltorf area. It’s currently occupied and is being marketed as an investment property.

12166 Metric Blvd #266, #166, #221

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Asking price: $99,900; $94,700; $74,900

HOA dues: $275/month; $275/month; $246/month

13Size: 1-bed, 1-bath (all); 727, 727, 559

Price per square foot:$137, $130, $133

The lowdown: Condos at Edge Creek Condominium Complex, located in North Austin near the Domain, take second, third, and ninth places in the list. Amenities for all include a tranquil pool, spa, clubhouse, basketball and tennis courts, and hiking and biking trail.

1840 Burton Drive, #216, #190, #154, #141, #221

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Asking price: $92K, $89K, $87K, $85K, $83K

HOA dues: $207/month (all)

Size: 1-bed, 1-bath (all); 464, 378, 464, 378, 378 square feet

Price per square foot:$198, $235, $187, $224, $218

The lowdown: Silverado Condominiums is home to condos in fourth through eighth positions on our least-expensive-homes chart. The complex advertises proximity to downtown, the airport, and UT Campus.

903 Crystal Mountain Drive

Asking price: $25 million

Size: 4-bed, 5.5-bath, 6,588-square-foot single-family home/ranch

Price per square foot:$3,794

The lowdown: This 128-acre equestrian ranch with large home and many, many amenities has been the most expensive property on the local market for a while, but it’s not for lack of desirability. It’s private but very close to downtown, has Barton Creek frontage, panoramic views, and some pretty fancy barns and outbuildings.

3148 Above Stratford Place

Asking price: $13.5million

Size: 6-bed, 9-bath, 9,990-square-foot house

Price per square foot: $1,389

The lowdown: Perched above Lake Austin’s Red Bud Isle, this Mediterranean home offers enviable views, sumptuous mahogany floors, plaster walls, Carrara marble, high barreled ceilings, and 4.4 private, landscaped acres with lake access

4433 River Garden Trail

Asking price: $12.9 million

Size: 2-bed, 3-bath, 20,708-square-foot house

Price per square foot:$622

The lowdown: On a private, three-acre hilltop, this French country estate-inspired home offers a spectacular panorama showcasing the curvature of Lake Austin, Mount Bonnell, and the Austin skyline, plus a grand house to suit the view.

3336 Mount Bonnell Road

Asking price: $12 million

Size: 2-bed, 2-bath, 2,961 square feet home built in 1908

Price per square foot: $6,730

The lowdown:The square footage on this home looks weird, but it makes sense when you consider it’s a vacation cabin, built from stacked stone in 1908. Around that valuable piece of local history is an extraordinary waterfront property on Lake Austin, with three-plus acres and more than 300 feet of waterfront. It’s on the market for the first time in 100 years.

12861 Hughes Park Road

Asking price: $10 million

Size: 5-bed, 7.5-bath, 13,127 square feet

Price per square foot:$754

The lowdown: A fully fenced and gated private estate on 10 acres with panoramic Lake Travis views from almost every room. It includes a dock and new tram, in addition to furnishings and a separate guest apartment. Theater, wine, and exercise rooms, too.

219 Bella Riva Drive

Asking price: $9.75 million

Size: 9-bed, 10.5-bath, 16,406 square feet

Price per square foot: $594

The lowdown: A 3.7-acre, gated estate on 3.7 acres in Costa Bella, a luxury waterfront community on Lake Travis, this home has a private boat dock, two guest houses, and is basically a private resort.

1 Niles Road

Asking price: $8.25 million

Size: 6-bed, 6-bath, 10,496 square feet

Price per square foot: $786

The lowdown: A unique Old Enfield house inspired by an Italian city home and filled with art, this property on .61 acres has big outdoor entertaining areas and an attached guest house.

14800 Flat Top Ranch Road

Asking price: $7.75 million

Size: 5-bed, 8-bath, 13,731 square feet

Price per square foot: $564

The lowdown: This is a modern, 6.8 acre Lake Austin waterfront estate in the exclusive Steiner Ranch community. It has manicured grounds and gardens, a resort-style pool, sports court, double boat dock with a party deck, and 600 feet of Lake Austin waterfront.

4401 North Capital of Texas Highway

Asking price: $7.75 million

Size: 7-bed, 7.5-bath, 11,012 square feet

Price per square foot: $564

The lowdown: This is a modern, 6.8 acre Lake Austin estate in the exclusive Steiner Ranch community. It has manicured grounds and gardens, a resort-style pool, sports court, double boat dock with a party deck, and 600 feet of waterfront.

2500 Burleson Road #716

Asking price: $118,000

HOA dues: $113/month

Size: 1-bed, 1-bath, 499-square-foot condo

Price per square foot:$236

The lowdown: This bright-looking condo has private balcony and is conveniently located in the East Riverside-Oltorf area. It’s currently occupied and is being marketed as an investment property.

12166 Metric Blvd #266, #166, #221

Asking price: $99,900; $94,700; $74,900

HOA dues: $275/month; $275/month; $246/month

13Size: 1-bed, 1-bath (all); 727, 727, 559

Price per square foot:$137, $130, $133

The lowdown: Condos at Edge Creek Condominium Complex, located in North Austin near the Domain, take second, third, and ninth places in the list. Amenities for all include a tranquil pool, spa, clubhouse, basketball and tennis courts, and hiking and biking trail.

1840 Burton Drive, #216, #190, #154, #141, #221

Asking price: $92K, $89K, $87K, $85K, $83K

HOA dues: $207/month (all)

Size: 1-bed, 1-bath (all); 464, 378, 464, 378, 378 square feet

Price per square foot:$198, $235, $187, $224, $218

The lowdown: Silverado Condominiums is home to condos in fourth through eighth positions on our least-expensive-homes chart. The complex advertises proximity to downtown, the airport, and UT Campus.