This charming home fronts Duval Street at 44th Street, so it could be a little noisy, but the upside is that longtime local faves Mother's Cafe and Quack's coffee shop are almost literally in your backyard.
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.
The building dates of oldest houses in Austin for sale right now range from 1882 to 1915, so they are between 101 and134 years old. The oldest on the market right now is 210 Academy Street in Travis Heights. Take a look around—they're all over town.
In an ongoing series, real-estate analytics site NeighborhoodX is taking a close look at per-square-foot asking prices in different Austin neighborhoods. Since it's Curbed's Micro Week, today's comparison features the smallest condos for sale now.
This just-listed home is exactly what we envision when we hear the words "Hyde Park bungalow." Built in 1922, it has the front porch, vintage doors, wood floors, built-in cabinets, and other charming features of the era.