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.
While 2016 did very little to assure us that affordable housing, urban density, or responsible growth are in our near future, it did reassure us that the rich and aquatically inclined dependably gravitate west, and not infrequently to Westlake Drive.
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.
This 1950 split-level home on a three wooded acres in West Lake Hills has some issues, but it retains quite a few classic elements of its era, including lots of glass, exposed ceiling beams, and terrazzo floors.
In an ongoing series with Curbed Austin, real-estate analytics site NeighborhoodX is taking a close look at sales price asking ranges in different neighborhoods. Today's analysis is of West Lake Hills, a pricey Austin suburb.
Fans of midcentury modern and other vintage-era homes often find themselves concerned with how to remodel them in the spirit of their ages while making them livable in for current inhabitants. This one in West Lake does a good job in that regard.
For our ongoing series Homes in the Range, real-estate analytics site NeighborhoodX is taking a close look at sales prices ranges in different Austin neighborhoods. For today's analysis, we return to West Lake Hills, which has a pretty big range.
This West Lake home speaks to at least a couple of our most persistent fantasies. We're just not sure exactly which ones. Built in 1970, it has several period elements, including arched windows, multilevel living areas, and cut-out room dividers.