Location: Austin, TX

Square Footage: 10,500

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms

Price: Available Upon Request

This unique Contemporary style gated waterfront mansion, dubbed Acquavilla, is located in Austin, TX and overlooks Lake Travis. It was originally built in the 1990’s and was completely renovated by architect Winn Wittman. It features approximately 10,500 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 1 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with spiral staircase, 2-story great room with wet bar and wall of windows, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, media room, 2 climate-controlled garages and more. Outdoor features include upper and lower terraces, BBQ and an infinity swimming pool with spa. The home has been featured in over 20 publications!

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  • Daniel

    Love the car collection, despise the house, especially those meringue cookie chandeliers.




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  • Grrrowler

    Without the terrible upside down umbrella light fixtures, some of the spaces aren’t bad. Others are really bad. The exterior is HIDEOUS.




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  • Tony

    This house looks a hot ass steaming dump of a mess!!!! I was gonna give it a chance even though I don’t usually like contemporary homes. But once I got a good look at the exterior I realized how hideous it is. That floral design on the exterior is awful and it looks feminine. I don’t think any man would buy a house with a feminine floral print all over the exterior so that cuts out half or more than half of the people eligible to buy this house. I think the exterior needs to be neutral or appeal more to a man because more men make the kind of money to buy a house like this. Whoever thought up the look of this house should be fired!




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  • Jason

    well that’s something else- not a good something else, but more akin to an extraterrestrial woman’s spa from Mars. Contrary to the other comments- I like the light fixtures through out and not much else. oh, the Italian steeds are nice as is the lakeside views.




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  • Bill_in_NY

    I think I’d rather look at Russian rococo.




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  • Venom

    Holy crap this is bad. If by unique you mean ugly, than yes, it is. I will keep the car collection, raze the house and put up something proper there, a more traditional Texas mansion with limestone.

    I am beginning to think Enzos are not that rare because I have seen a lot of them in my life, both in person and in photos of various car collections.




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