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Hangover mogul lists Mount Bonnell home for $3.495M

Never Too Hungover founder’s house designed by Matt Fajkus

Bright living room with white walls and furniture, view, colorful painting
 3403 Mount Bonnell Road
Via Leo Duarte, Coldwell Banker

A stunning contemporary home on Mount Bonnell, owned by the founder of preventative elixir Never Too Hungover, demonstrates, if nothing else and with apologies to Arrested Development, that there’s always money in the hangover treatment.

The three-story brick home was impressively designed by Austin firm Matt Fajkus Architecture with an eye toward incorporating the feel of the surrounding landscape. Measuring 7,241 square feet, it has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, as well as a 1,200-square-foot terrace with downtown and Lake Austin views.

Included in all that space are two dining rooms, an atrium, an office, a sauna, a gym, and a home theater, not to mention the large pool outdoors and the three-car garage. The open kitchen features a breakfast bar, center island, and counters topped with granite and marble. Other standout features of the light-filled interiors are white-oak European wood floors, custom Italian cabinets, an elevator, and high, vaulted ceilings.

The house has a large breakfast bar in the kitchen as well as a formal dining room.

The home includes a media room and office, and the master bathroom features two closets, separate showers, a double vanity, and garden tub with a view of the panoramic landscape.

The large terrace and pool area provide views of downtown and Lake Austin.

3403 Mount Bonnell Road [Leo Duarte, Coldwell Banker]