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Second only ground up residence by Hall of Fame Design Architect Lauren Rottet and Rottet Studio. Constructed in 2013 with a vision of a French country chateau with a modern influence which was accomplished by pairing the home's contemporary shell with a variety of rustic materials, such as reclaimed wood, Texas limestone, and French imported clay roof tiles. With approx. 8,159 square feet in size and over approx. 3,500 square feet of entertaining areas and covered storage areas with five bedrooms, five baths and two half baths. Driving through dual perimeter walls leads you to a three car climate controlled garage with lift.
The entrance is presented in the form of a courtyard with a limestone garden wall and a 30-foot reflection pool. Directly inside the house, large, 100% steel framed Crittal windows with mechanized curtains allow for as little or as much light as desired in an open living room area with an unbroken view of the backyard pool and surrounding four-inch limestone and has a revealed glass tile floor. Kitchen is distinguished with stainless steel countertops and La CornueStove framed by 200-year-old reclaimed beams. 700-bottle wine storage, Savant A/V system, four fireplaces, two fire pits, third floor rooftop terrace. The property feels intimate with several different courtyard areas and seems as though one could see infinitely to the horizon, accomplished by a topographic berm at the property line separating the yard and pool area from a dog run. This home is truly magnificent and awaits your private tour.