Actor and musician Jackson Rathbone, who played Jasper Hale in the ‘Twilight Saga’ film series, and his wife, Sheila, sold their five-bedroom, 3,929-square-foot home in Pflugerville in July for a likely close of their request for $800,000. the price.

The sale came six months after the couple sold another Austin-area home — a four-bedroom, 4,254-square-foot contemporary-style home in Austin’s Northwest Hills area — for a likely close amount. of their asking price of $1.495 million.

The Rathbones left the Austin area and moved just outside Atlanta to the suburb of Alpharetta, Georgia, where they paid $920,000 in July for a six-bedroom brick home on a property of 1.17 acres.

In June 2021, Rathbone, 37, posted on Facebook of his “anxiety about moving again”. And in May 2021, he posed for a photo on Facebook while sitting on a Genuine Buddy 125 scooter outside his garage in Pflugerville.

In Pflugerville, the couple had purchased their home in September 2020 for an undisclosed amount from DIY Instagram influencers Brad and Holly Lauritzen, who had owned it since 2017. The Lauritzens have made many improvements to the home during their ownership.

Built in 2016, the Pflugerville home features 3 1/2 baths, a shiplapped fireplace in the family room, engineered hardwood floors and a kitchen with large brass pendants, tile subway, quartz counter tops and a large farmhouse apron front sink. The home’s master bedroom is on the main level and features a bath with tub and walk-in shower, while the second level features an attic with barn-style doors and a pool table. The house also has a media room with a built-in bar.

Outside the property is a games room.

Listing agent Jessica Murdock declined to comment on the Pflugerville sale of the Rathbones. However, Jackson Rathbone wasn’t the only celebrity to own a home in his Pflugerville neighborhood. A few blocks away, comedian and podcaster Brian Redban at the end of 2020 likely paid close to $440,000 for a 3,225-square-foot, four-bedroom home.

The Rathbones had purchased their home in the Northwest Hills area in April 2018 for an amount likely close to the asking price of $995,000 at the time. They then listed this home in October 2020 for $1.65 million. They then reduced their listing price to $1.49 million before finding a buyer and closing the sale of that home in January 2021.

Built in 1967, the Northwest Hills area home features a pool off the living room, Swedish white oak flooring throughout the first floor, kitchen with Thermador appliances, new fixtures and painted tile handcrafted, as well as new recessed lights and cans. throughout the first level.

Goldsborough is a freelance journalist