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The Priciest Home for Sale in Austin Is Now a Neoclassical Mansion Asking $18.75 Million

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The most expensive property on the market in Austin, Texas, is one of the most popular cities for homebuyers in the US during the pandemic.

Recently Refurbished Neoclassical Estate Set on Over 1 Acre tally town, A special enclave minutes from downtown Austin.


The house was built in 1965 as a family complex for cable television pioneer Robert Hughes, according to Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty listing agent Aubrey Williamson, who bought the house on the market last week. .

While the exterior remains true to its roots with its Austin brick façade, the home has been given an overhaul on the inside. The owner “purchased it in 2019 and did a complete renovation,” says Williamson.

When the owner, who Mansion Global could not identify, bought it, it was “very outdated”, the kitchen was small and there was no open concept, she added. [it’s a] A brand new home. “

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At its heart is a bespoke chef’s kitchen with double island, La Cornue series and multiple dishwashers.

Williamson said:

Filled with light from floor-to-ceiling windows, the space is one of “the most beautiful and elegant spaces I’ve ever seen.” “I love the design, the slabs they chose, the lighting. Just beautiful.”

The primary bedroom suite is one of four in the main house and has a private living room, dual closets and a marble bathroom with separate bathtub and steam shower.

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Outdoors, there’s a two-bedroom guesthouse plus a pool house with an oversized heated or air-conditioned pool, outdoor living spaces, and a full gym.

There are also unusual amenities in the shape of the creek that cuts across the property.

The creek runs year-round and can be strong or high depending on the season, and is a “private nature reserve,” Williamson said. “Just beautiful. You can’t find nature in your own backyard as close to downtown.”

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