This home is located at 101 E Canyon Circle in Austin, TX.  It is perched high up on a hill and boasts breathtaking views of the lake and downtown skyline and features. 650 feet of waterfront. It was built as contemporary interpretation of a classical style with clean lines and understated elegance. It boasts 9,610 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 1 half baths, high ceilings throughout, formal  living and dining rooms, great room, modern gourmet kitchen, barrel ceilings and columns throughout, circular bar room with amazing views, covered patio, outdoor entertaining area, infinity edge swimming pool and more. It is listed at $9,500,000. Wow, the interior is gorgeous, gorgeous, GORGEOUS. Also, the views are to die for. Love it!

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  • Siobhan

    I love this one. Barrel ceilings look lovely, paint job is tasteful, furnishings cleverly walking the line between traditional and modern-minimalist. And WHAT A PROPERTY! Stunning views.




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  • Grrrowler

    I like the idea of a modern interpretation of a more traditional style. This one doesn’t thrill me however. I love the views and the location above the lake. The outdoor spaces are also nice. Austin is also one of the few places in TX I’d really want to live.

    The inside has potential, but it’s way too impersonal in it’s current state. It reminds me of a W Hotel. I’m guessing it’s been staged, and it would take someone who knew what he/she was doing to properly stage this house. It just looks unfinished. Working from the existing base, and if it were done right, the interior could be very elegant and comfortable at the same time.




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  • Daniel

    I hate the exterior. I like the land it is situated on though. I don’t know about the interior. Some of it I like, some of it I don’t. I think the hallway (photo 4) desperately needs a rug/runner. The black ceiling isn’t a very good idea. The kitchen is nice and huge. Overall, I don’t like the transitional nature of the decor. Either do traditional or contemporary. When you try to blend it, it just comes off as very staged and not very comfortable looking. Very pricey for a boring home. Imagine answering a good friend’s question as to how much you paid for it; “Oh, around NINE MILLION.” I don’t see a $9 million home, I don’t see a $5 million home. Maybe $2-$3 million tops for me, regardless if the location is desirable or not.




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    • Stewie

      Totally agree. 9.5 million NO WAY. You can get a massive place for that in Texas. Way overpriced. 2 – 4 million tops




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  • Travis

    This house is gorgeous. I love it when something traditional/classical is made modern, and i think this place is great. I love all of the light and dark contrasts in all the rooms, and the ceilings look great. I am wondering what is on the ceiling of the family room? It looks almost cg…
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  • Cole@LavishProperty

    Also love it!




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  • Iemand

    I actually kinda like it, but that cliff would scare the shit out of me…




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  • Kieran

    This house is absolutely perfect inside! Love the interiors & the views are so beautiful. Not too keen on the exterior though




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  • Nick

    The exterior is unbelievably ugly.The interior though is awesome and homey.




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  • Al Robinson

    This home is very nice, but to me, I see it more as a place to visit than live at. All that white might give me a headache after a while.




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