This Beautiful Property That Rests On The Shores Of Lake Austin Just Hit The Market.

Tech investor Alex Davis, the grandson of late billionaire Marvin Davis, a wildcatter who once owned the film studio 20th Century Fox and sold it to Rupert Murdoch, decided to move from to Dallas according to The Robb Report.

Its clear now that DFW Metroplex is where him and his family wants to be because he is now putting up his beautiful 6 bedroom mansion in Austin up for sale.

The 9,300-square-foot home is about 7 miles northwest of downtown Austin.

Gary Dolch - Compass
Gary Dolch - Compass

According to the listing by Gary Dolch of Compass , the gated estate includes a guard house, multiple dining and living areas, and an elevator to easily move between floors.

The owner's suite offers spectacular lake views and a spa-like bathroom with a temperature-controlled plunge pool, steam shower, and a luxurious soaking tub, two spacious walk-in closets and more.

And It Offers Lots Of Outdoor Fun!

Gary Dolch - Compass
Gary Dolch - Compass

There’s a putting green, resort style swimming pool and plenty of lounging areas overlooking the lake, with shaded terraces.

All this sits on a generous lot with over 115 feet of waterfront, at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. Plus, living here means easy access to the water and the city, thanks to its prime location.

And it can be all yours for just $26,995,000 or just go ahead and round it up to a cool $27 Million. Let's be nosy and a virtual look around!

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Gallery Credit: Gary Dolch - Compass

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