Meridian in South Austin, 78739: Brick and Stone Houses on Rolling Hills
The Subdivision of Meridian in South Austin (Travis County) has almost 800 lots with homes built of brick and limestone built between 2005 and 2010. These homes are situated on lots that range from under 6,000 square foot to just under an acre, with a median lot size of about 9,000 square feet (.21 acre).
Homes in the Meridian Austin subdivision range from 1,820 square feet to over 5,300 square feet, with a median size of 3,168 square feet.
This area is near Circle C, is served by Austin ISD and has easy access to ample shopping and Golf!
Meridian Homes for Sale, February 2011
15 homes are currently for sale in the Meridian subdivision in South Austin.
The lowest-priced home is listed at $279,900 for a home built in 2008 that has 1930 square feet. The highest priced home is listed at $724,000 for a home that was built in 2010 and has 4,302 square feet. None of these 15 homes are listed as foreclosures. The median price of the homes listed for sale in Meridian as of February 20th, 2011 is $484,204 for a home with 3,464 square feet, 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
Meridian Homes Sales, 2009
41 homes sold in Meridian in 2009. None of these were listed as foreclosures. The lowest sales price was $258,000 for a 1,901 square foot home built in 2007. The highest sales price was $702,514 for a 5,290 square foot home built in 2008. The median selling price was $345,400. Median days on the market (DOM) was 73.
Meridian Homes Sales, 2010
50 homes sold in Meridian in 2010, an increase of 22% over 2009. None of these were listed as foreclosures – very interesting since we haven’t seen that to be the case in most subdivisions we’ve written about in the last few months. The lowest selling price was $268,750 for a 2,020 square foot home built in 2009. The highest selling price was $727,000 for a 4,979 square foot home built in 2008. The median selling price was $321,272. Median days on the market for homes in the Meridian subdivision in South Austin, Texas was only 41, a drop of a full month over 2009.
You can see from the photos around the subdivision that unlike many other developments, the builders have taken care to leave many original tress from this part of the Hill Country. Many homes also have little trees planted in the front yard which should grow into nicer sized trees in the next few years.