Looking for an affordable home? There's a surprising variety out there—including single-family homes, detached condos, and traditional condos—on the market for $175,000 or less. With the help of data wizards NeighborhoodX, we mapped 10 of the best.
We break down the cost of buying a home right now, from luxury equestrian estates in West Lake Hills to one-bedroom condos in East Riverside, by the square foot and by ranking, high to low. Now you just have to pick which one you like the most.
Fridays bring the High & the Low, a Curbed column chronicling most and least expensive homes sold in Austin in the last seven days. (Sales information was gathered from Zillow, Redfin, Realtor.com, etc.) Contemporary new builds and complete condos ruled the day.
It takes a little while for your eyes to sort out the structural features from the furniture and embellishments in this home, but once you do, you’ll find a fetching vintage rancher with good bones and lots of potential.
Due to the recent onslaught of broiling, 100-degree days, followed by string of rain-drenched days, we thought it might be time to take our Pokémon search indoors for a while. Here are 15 of the best places we found to do just that.
Tiny apartment units are the norm at this week's price point, but there are still some lookers among the bunch. We went to Hyde Park, Northwest Austin, Old West Austin, Montopolis, and South Austin to find them.
This week's top two sales were of homes we featured not too long ago, including a renovated 3,918-square-foot, 1929 stucco two-story in Old West Austin and a the former home of midcentury Austin designer Howard R. Barr on Lake Austin.
This 1966 home really is the proverbial place with "good bones" in need of cosmetic repairs—some solution to the wall-to-wall shag carpeting, in particular—but, unlike some "fixer-uppers" we've seen lately, it's priced like one should be.
Two homes previously profiled by Curbed Austin—a South Austin contemporary by MF Architecture and a classic Old Enfield two-story—placed first and second on the list of the most expensive homes sold in Austin this week.
With so much news of everyone moving to the 'burbs this week, we decided to see what's on offer up north near the city limits (not that far from downtown, really—and even closer to the Domain). Looks like bigger houses, yards, and lower prices, hmm.