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Austin’s priciest condo of yore returns for $5.3M

Fab Four Seasons residence topped list in 2016

Luxury condo with dark wood, city views, cowboy light sculpture/decoration
Four Seasons Residence
Via Estately

When we featured this ultra-luxurious (and really pretty fabulous) Four Seasons condominium in June of 2016, it was we had purposely gone looking for the most expensive home of its type on the market. At the time, it topped the list with an asking price of $6.25 million (plus $3,852/month HOA dues). Now it’s back and still in third place, behind only a couple in the Austonian—one existing and one to “ready to build.”

The 5,298-square-foot home is one of only three units on the 29th floor of the Four Seasons Residences, located almost lakeside and adjacent to the much-loved hotel on San Jacinto Boulevard between Brazos and Trinity streets.

The Downtown aerie has two bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. Its pricey, stunning views have been featured in multiple magazines, as it features custom (and, we must say, really really good-looking) floors, walls, ceilings, built-ins, and so on in high-end, of-the-moment style.

The home takes on distinctive looks depending on the light and the time of day. It’s unclear how the well-heeled pups feel about having to relocate.

Walls of windows as well as a well-placed balcony provide grand views.

In addition to its spacious living and dining areas, the home features nooks and tucked away places for more intimate settings and private time.

Each bedroom has a private terrace, and the master bathroom has a double vanity, jetted tub, separate shower, and walk-in closet.

The unit comes with five (!) reserved, covered adjacent parking spaces and three of the building’s largest climate-controlled storage units. There’s a 24-hour concierge, of course.

Four Seasons Residences [Alan Holt, Holt Residential]