A VIEW OF DOWNTOWN FRAMED IN GREENERY | Arising out of the treetops of Westlake hills, this home is perched on a hillside with one of the most remarkable views in the area, encompassing both wooded hillsides and the downtown Austin skyline. Designed by award winning Dick Clark and Associates Architecture, this home provides an unusual combination of privacy and openness, the structure is sited to ensure that every main and second-floor room has a view to the city, while the few houses visible across the valley are mostly hidden by trees.
MODERN, ARTISAN INTERIORS | The modern interior is brought to life by exquisite selections from Laura Britt Design that complement and maximize the vista. Warm French Oak floors are juxtaposed against the steel floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over the lush green valley. Artisan finishes and materials include clear alder cabinetry, a Leuder-stone fireplace surround, floating oak-plank staircase, level 5 paint finishes, Venetian plaster and a marble-clad master bath.
PRIVACY AND FLEXIBILITY | The three-level structure features multiple areas for family, guests and private time, as well as spots to enjoy the outdoors. Guests will appreciate a private suite on the first floor next to a bonus room that could be a second living area or game room, as well as the large exercise room. An elevator serves the second floor, home to the open-plan living/dining room, kitchen, study and master bedroom, all connected by a large covered patio overlooking the pool and downtown views. Graceful floating stairs or the elevator access two additional bedrooms on the third floor.
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