While we try to feature properties in all price ranges, every once in a while, we want to check in on which homes in the local market are asking top dollar. To that end, we found the 15 properties the highest asking prices and mapped them.
We're going big with this week's Curbed Comparisons, looking for homes in the $5,000-$6,000/month range. We found four houses and one condo in Downtown, Rollingwood, Hyde Park, Cherrywood, and ... Spicewood.
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.
In this week's Curbed Comparison (because it's Micro Week!), we examine different rentals at a particular, decidedly conservative square footage count. Is one person's studio another person's, well, slightly larger studio? Let's find out.
Austin's natural beauty is one reason the city was built here to begin with; it's also a reason people continue to move here, usually bringing personal transport with them. So it's not surprising that our smallest parks are traffic islands.
In an ongoing series for Curbed Austin, real-estate analytics site NeighborhoodX is taking a close look at sales price ranges in different neighborhoods. Today, it’s checking out numbers in the Rollingwood neighborhood.
This week's top home sales had buyers heading west, for the most part, and toward the water. There was a big gap between the most expensive home sale price those of the rest of the list, not too surprising considering the former's lakefront.
This 1984 house has a mix of elements and setting—soaring, gallery-white walls; spiral staircases; vaulted ceilings; lots of track lighting; a small, semi-kempt forest outside—that's become almost classic.
Giant rolling doors, patios, xeriscaping, decks, and pools were all big hits this week, as buyers snapped up fairly sprawling homes with lots of indoor-outdoor flow in Rob Roy, Tarrytown, Rollingwood, and Zilker.
We profiled this Rollingwood ranch house about a month ago, when it was put up for sale by its owners. Now that's listed on the real estate industry's Multiple Listings Service, we thought we'd offer a peek to those who might have missed it.
A Rollingwood house blends the best of 1965 and 2016 with a restrained remodel. Often-discarded elements—such as wood paneling and brick half-walls that double as planters—are kept, while contemporary updates add flair and functionality.
The owners of this home, built in 1950, stayed true to its roots with their renovations, including an addition that enhanced and fit with the original design, creating both a screened-in porch and well-executed under-the-stairs living room.