The median home value in Austin, TX is $191,000.
the county median home value of $187,700.
The national median home value is $152,300.
The average price of homes sold in Austin, TX is $191,000.
Approximately 10.47% of Austin homes are owned,
compared to 83.02% rented, while
6.51% are vacant.
Austin real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Awesome TOP FLOOR West Campus condominium with two-story tall ceilings, walls of windows, private balcony with UT Tower and West Campus views, granite countertops, stainless appliances, Cherry wood cabinets, spiral-staircase up to loft bedroom with closet and much more! Great space for roommates!
Owner/User Opportunity in Midtown Medical District. Located within one (1) block of Seton Medical Center Austin and the Heart Hospital of Austin. Walking distance to Central Market, restaurants and shopping. On-site management.
One of the Nicest Condos in West Campus Period. 10' Ceilings, Great Views, Master Bedroom, Hard Wood Floors, Custom Tile, Cabinets, & Finish Out. Granite Counters. New Construction. Walk to Campus. High End Finish Out, Open Floor Plan, Garage Parking, Elevator, Small Complex. Leased through July 31st 2014. Great Investment Property as it will always be leased at high rates. - Currently Leased at $2,250
Nicest Condo in West Campus!! Huge living room, luxury kitchen with center island and new appliances, very large bedrooms, luxury bathrooms, near UT bus, big views off balcony of shoal creek, new wood floors, granite counters, laundry room, garage parking, and more!! Currently leased till 7/31/14.
Top floor unit, only 3 bedroom plus loft in the complex. Complex features controlled access and a roof top pool. Stained concrete floors, carpeted bedrooms, loft can be used as 4th bedroom or just to relax. W.D in the unit, stainless steel appliances, cherry wood cabinets, built in wine rack, track lighting and an island in the kitchen. Faux wood blinds, balcony access and much more. Walk to UT, hike and bike trails and much more. Easy access to UT shuttle.
Lenox Penthouse/W. Campus! Restored Victorian House-top flr. Soaring L.R. ceiling w/leaded glass skylites,also in kitchen & front door. Tons of windows & lite! French drs out to lrge priv. patio. Metal roof is 5 yrs old. Brand new d/w. All appls convey-as well as 2 resv. spots in garage. Oak wd flrs thr-out, w/orig. moldings/woodwork on doors. Granite countertops. Recessed lighting is in kitchen, 2 of the bedrooms, dining and living room. Most unique apt on campus! Walk to UT! Stays rented 365 days year.
It is a great unit in a very charming complex. The first unique feature you will note are the location of the garage doors, facing the street. The entrances to the unit are facing into a communal area and the surrounding buildings block some noise from the surrounding areas. Each room has a unique feel and personality, all of which don't touch walls with one another for increased privacy. A wood porch and extra room attached to the top bathroom add variety to the living space.
Huge west campus 2/2 with a formal dining room that can easily be converted to a bedroom to make this a 3 bedroom condo. Unit is leased until July 31st. Top floor unit with lots of open space on an exterior deck for entertaining. Private balcony as well. Unit has it's own washer/dryer and all appliances convey to the buyer. Walk to campus, ride your bike or simply catch the UT shuttle just steps away. Complex has had several improvements recently such as new siding and the HOA is very strong.
Luxurious 2 bed, 2 bath corner unit. Bike, walk, or crawl to UT Austin â” only 4 blocks away. Built in 2006. Two parking spots and in-unit washer and dryer included. 10+ retail stores/restaurants on the first floor. Original Wheatsville Food Coop grocery store directly across the street. Less than 15 condos in UT area under $300K. Invest before prices in Austin catch up to New York.