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Contemporary Lake Austin masterpiece gets price chop

Three-story Sago International design asks $1.5M

Three-story contemporary, white (stucco?) with lots of glass, all right angles
2008 Rue de St Tropez
Keller Williams Realty

Designed by locally based Sago International—the firm that brought us Quinta Azul and other modern masterpieces—this steel-framed, glass-abundant contemporary was listed in May for $1.65 million, then taken off the market in November. Now it’s back, asking $1.5 million.

Inspired by French architect Piere Chareau and originally an architect’s personal home, , the three-story house unfolds in 4,297 square feet of dynamic, open space and features four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.

The home’s open design showcases exposed steel beams, floor-to-ceiling glass, white oak floors, historic fixtures, and a gourmet kitchen.

A fireplace in the formal living room and floor-to-ceiling, built-in bookcases are also nice touches. Backing to a greenbelt, the home is on a wooded lot that allows privacy, as does its private road.

Located in a the gated community of St. Tropez, just west of Lake Austin, it has ample decks and patios as well as access to pools, boat rentals, a park, and a playground.

2008 Rue de St. Tropez [Keller Williams Realty]

Lake Austin

Lake Austin Blvd, Austin, TX 78703