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Bellaire Housing Market Trends
|# Listings||Average DOM||Average Price||Average $/SqFt||Median Price||Median $/SqFt||Average % Reduced|
|Sold Last 6 Months (Unlock Sold Listings)||9||36||$425,478||$402||$375,000||$430||0%|
*Bellaire Market Stats are based on Austin MLS data as of May 23rd, 2018 at 7:55am CDT.
As with many of Austin’s North Central communities along Burnet Road, Bellaire is a 1950s neighborhood that attracts many buyers to modest dwellings with lots of style and nostalgia for the architecture of a bygone era. The Bellaire neighborhood has about 80 homes that lie along Payne Avenue between Burnet Lane to the west and Arroyo Seco to the east not to be confused with the similarly named neighborhood of Bellaire Heights that lies across Arroyo Seco and Dry Creek.
These mid-century homes along Payne Avenue offer simple, clean lines typical of the 1950s. Many are designed with wide eves and covered front door entries. Buyers are attracted to Bellaire homes for sale for the mature trees that tower over these 1-story ranchers and the lush landscaping that lines the walkways of the small front lawns. Many of these homes have carports or gravel driveways instead of garages.
While smaller than most Austin houses, averaging just 1,000 square feet of living space, Bellaire homes for sale offer big advantages. Many owners have remodeled these 2 and 3-bedrom interiors with updated kitchens and bathrooms, and new lighting and flooring. Buyers who choose to renovate should consider Bellaire homes for sale for their charming character and neighborhood ambiance. With this location, these homes can be worth the effort.
Where is Bellaire Austin TX?
Bellaire is less than 7 miles north of Downtown Austin above W Koenig Lane. From the Texas State Capitol, take TX-1 Loop N exiting on Allandale Road heading east. Turn left on Arroyo Seco. Just past Arcadia Avenue, take a right on Payne Avenue. Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is 17 miles from this community.
Things to do near Bellaire
Close to some of Austin’s legendary eateries such as Threadgill’s and Thunderbird Coffee, Bellaire residents can fill up before they head out for the day. Nearby Brentwood Neighborhood Park, just a half mile hike from most homes, has a swimming pool, tennis courts, playscape and jogging trail. The HEB grocery store, where residents can shop, is less than a mile away along Burnet Road.
Austin ISD serves students living in Bellaire. Brentwood Elementary (K-5), Lamar Middle (6-8), and McCallum High School (9-12) are the assigned schools for this community. Private schools in this area include St. Francis Catholic School (PK-8), the Griffin School (9-12), and Paragon Prep (K-8).