The priciest luxury properties on the market, from West Lake estates to Barton Creek ranches.
A reinvented mansion originally designed by Austin architecture legend Larry Speck is alternately glam and rustic.
One-of-a-kind places to stay, from a retro camper in South Austin to an organic modernist masterpiece in West Lake Hills
This week’s open homes includes more ritzy modernism and a 1930s surprise as we head deeper into South Austin and toward Rollingwood
Updated West Lake Hills home has private, lush surroundings
The West Lake Hills home by A.D. Stenger was built in 1962.
A ranch-style residence with midcentury influences looks to have most of its distinctive original features.
Dick Clark home overlooking canyon is all glass and light
Modern looks in homes old and new dominate the 2019 tour
You can enjoy the Austin Symphony’s spectacular show if you plan ahead. And here are a some more great places to see them if you don’t.
Homes for sale in five central-city neighborhoods: Hancock, Downtown, Bouldin Creek, Allandale, and West Lake Hill. Which one would you choose?
Homes for sale in five neighborhoods—which one would you choose?
Homes for lease in Bouldin Creek, Tarrytown, West Lake Hills, South Lamar, and East Austin. Which one would you choose?
Renovated West Lake Hills beauty built in 1960 by lauded architect and developer A.D. Stenger
Pricey palaces and high-end design in West Lake Hills, Spillman Ranch, Travis Heights, Zilker, and Clarksville
A modern home features light and space on a grand scale, perfect for showcasing art and the surrounding scenery
The High & the Low: A bumper crop of single-family homes
Celebrities and political candidates have enjoyed this gorgeous Austin home and its stellar views
Updated A.D. Stenger design in West Lake Hills, built in 1960
Current asking costs per square foot, from high to low, in a variety of areas throughout the city
Large, modern home by Specht Architects on on 1.2 acres asks $3.5M
Plus how average asking prices shake out in 16 other parts of the city
What sellers are asking, from Downtown to Manchaca, by the square foot
You could watch the big game in high style in one of these lavish dens
Architecturally significant home was one of most expensive properties on the Austin market
Split-level condo in lakeside complex with views and water access asks $499K
1958 home by A.D. Stenger with loads of original features asks $749K
1965 A.D. Stenger house in West Lake Hills
The cost of buying in 21 different parts of town at the beginning of 2018
It’s a weekend wonderland of architectural delights
European-influenced home with stunning modern design asks $3.75M
October home prices from Northwest Hills to Manchaca
A very large, ranch-style home, awash in different shades of green, shows potential and style
We found houses galore, plus townhouse and an apartment, in West Lake, Cherrywood, Rainey, and Far North and South
From Downtown to Manchaca, condo to single-family, home prices per square foot
The 1956 West Lake Hills modern overlooks the Wild Basin Wildnerness Preserve
Another week, another West Lake mansion and Northwest condo for The High & the Low
From Windsor Park to West Lake Hills, asking prices vary widely, depending on where you look
The city’s biggest blockbusters on the market, from showstopping moderns in West Lake Hills to Richard Garriott’s $45 million ranch home.