More than $13 million worth of high-end homes hit the Springfield market in July, according to Southern Missouri Regional MLS data.
For the monthly editorial series Curb Appeal, Springfield Business Journal compiled a list of 13 single-family homes within city limits that were listed last month with asking prices of $500,000 or more. The July figure was down from 26 in June and 29 in May.
Combined, the home owners are seeking roughly $13.4 million for the residences.
The highest-priced home of the month is a northeast Springfield residence, 7155 E. Crescent Court, that's seeking nearly $2 million. Billed as "a true country estate," the home from listing firm Murney Associates, Realtors sits amid nearly 5 acres of trees, according to the Southern Missouri Regional MLS.
In the Greater Springfield Board of Realtors' service area, the median sale price in July was $269,050, up from $219,896 in the same month of 2021. Homes sold, however, were down to 649 from 812, according to data from the organization provided this month.
The latest Missouri Realtors data show that statewide, the average sale price for residential properties was $306,973 in June, up from $273,837 a year earlier, according to a news release.
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