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Rob Roy Estate Highlights Art, Views, Wine for $16.9M

Trophy home in exclusive neighborhood has pretty much everything

A 8,237-square-foot house (plus guest house!) on 3.5 acres of highly manicured land in the exclusive Rob Roy development is on the market for $16.9 million.

The architecturally designed grounds and homes feature pretty much everything you'd expect from an Austin estate, which is situated overlooking a private, protected canyon in the prime estates section of Rob Roy in Austin, Texas, sits an exquisite property that is as unique in design as it is rare to the market.

There are five total structures on the property; the two-story main house features Venetian plaster walls, antique limestone lutter, and rich Amarillo wood floors. The UV-coated windows and glass doors, large expanses of wall, and a fancy air filtration system make it a good environment for fine art and provide stunning views at the same time.

The home also has smart technology, a 2400-bottle wine cellar, LED lighting throughout, a custom movie theater, and a gourmet kitchen, among its seemingly endless list of features. There's also a 957-square-foot guest apartment, an 11-car garage, regulation tennis/sport court, and an 800-square-foot detached gym.

Possibly just for the purpose of making it harder to be annoyed with its grandiosity, it also has tons of green features, including an irrigation well and a greywater system for watering the (giant) lawn.